The Boss DD-500 is one of the few Boss pedals which are, because of their size, less pedalboard friendly. Continue reading “Boss DD-500 Digital Delay”
One loves the Tubescreamer, the other hates it. It is impossible to keep everyone happy. While to one guitarist the overdrive pedal sounds perfect, stresses the mids in an optimal way and creates the ultimate range of distortion, the same pedal seems hollow with the bass cut quite too much to another guitar player. Continue reading “Effect pedals interacting with the whole setup”
The Catalinbread Adineko is a pedalboard friendly digital delay. The 9V pedal dispenses with tap tempo, stereo in- and outputs, a looper as well as an input for an expression pedal or midi. Continue reading “Catalinbread Adineko”
The rumor mill is churning….
Here I would like to present the last part of a collection of some interesting NAMM Show news. Continue reading “+++ NAMM 2019 News Part 4+++”
The rumor mill is churning….
Here I would like to present a collection of some interesting NAMM Show news. Continue reading “+++ NAMM 2019 News Part 3+++”
Large pedalboards with uncountable pedals on them might weaken the signal or at least change the sound in a certain way. In this case, it is secondary whether you use true bypass pedals or buffered ones. Even the length of the cables on your pedalboard will influence the sound. Continue reading “Downsizing Part 2”
The Boss DM-2 analog delay is legendary. Although it is important to differentiate if you have got one with a 3205 or one with a 3005 chip. Continue reading “Boss DM-2 Analog Delay”
This is a blind comparison of the DOD Rubberneck wth the Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man.
gear: Fender Jazzmaster, Fender Tweed Champ, Celestion G12M, Shure SM57, Cubase.
The Boss DD-5 Digital Delay is as pedalboard-friendly as many Boss pedals are used to be. Continue reading “Boss DD-5 Digital Delay”
I am particularly pleased to be able to present an interview today, that, to me, is like an advanced Christmas present.
Although he has got a lot of work right now, Mike Piera, better known as AnalogMan, took the time to answer to my 7 questions. Continue reading “7 questions to Mike Piera (AnalogMan)”
In contrast to most Boss stompboxes, the DD-20 is a rather less pedalboard-friendly pedal.
In exchange, it shines with spectacular 23 seconds maximum delay and loop time. Continue reading “Boss DD-20 digital delay”
Although the Boss DD-2 does not show off with an extraordinary equipment, this delay pedal is definitively cult (8 of 10 points on my cult factor scale). Continue reading “Boss DD-2 digital delay”
This is a comparison of the DMB Pedals Lunar Echo with the Maxon AD-900 Analog Delay.
The Retro-Sonic Analog Delay sounds grittier and percussive while the sound of the Maxon AD 900 is clearer and darker.
The stomptrap offers the possibility to attach effect pedals to the pedalboard as well as, to change the pedals quick and easily without any adhesive residues.