Check out how to use guitar modulation effect pedals like chorus, phaser, flanger, tremolo, wah and pitch shifter to create more vivid sounds with an anlog synthesizer like the Behringer Model D.
Wah pedals are pretty sensitive and interactions with besides noise are quite common.
But what can you do, if your wah starts to hum, hiss, murmur and chirp? What might be the cause? Continue reading “Wah noise – First aid instructions”
Regarding Wah-wah pedals, sooner or later, you will always find his name: in this issue the founder of REAL McCOY CUSTOM Wah-wah, Geoffrey Teese, is answering to the 7 questions of the DelayDude. Continue reading “7 questions to Geoffrey Teese (REAL McCOY CUSTOM Wah-wah)”
After you have chosen your very own pedal stock it makes sense to plan your pedalboard so you won’t have to rearrange your pedals for every rehearsal or every gig.
When you only use two or three pedals running on batteries they will be connected quite easily and you will not necessarily need a pedalboard. But in the long run no guitarist I know has been satisfied with two or three pedals. Continue reading “Tipps & Tricks: How to plan your pedalboard”