Review: BYOC Crown Jewel Part II

Crown JewelThe Crown Jewel is probably the most versatile overdrive, booster, distortion and fuzz pedal ever invented.
In this second part, I would like to explain some features in detail. Continue reading “Review: BYOC Crown Jewel Part II”

Review: BYOC Crown Jewel Part II

Crown JewelSome of you already know BYOC for their DIY kits for famous effect pedals.
But lately, BYOC created an own overdrive pedal that might be able to set new standards.
The Crown Jewel is probably the most versatile overdrive, booster, distortion and fuzz pedal ever invented.
This is why I would like to present it here. Continue reading “Review: BYOC Crown Jewel Part II”

The perfect delay pedal – Part 2

Ask the DudeIn the first part of “The perfect delay pedal” I declared myself to be an analog delay fan and expressed myself for tap tempo and midi input.

This second part will be about more features, a perfect delay should – in my opinion – provide. Continue reading “The perfect delay pedal – Part 2”

EQing a Delay

This is a demo about how to eq a delay, to use the fx loop as a mixer for overdrive pedals and also how to create dirty (distort) delay repeats.

I choose the Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail for this demonstration as a deputy for all delays without tone control.

Click here to get further information about EQing delay pedals.

Tips & Tricks: EQing Delay Pedals

Tips & tricksOverdrive pedals mostly provide a tone control to adapt the frequencies of the distortion to the amp and the guitar.
Unfortunately, many delays lack this feature or you will at best get a low pass or low cut filter.
Although for delays in particular, it is important to fit into the mix quite well. Continue reading “Tips & Tricks: EQing Delay Pedals”