And The Harmonic Decoder Winner is…
Nov29

And The Harmonic Decoder Winner is…

Over the last several weeks we’ve been in the midst of a giveaway for a Sunsine Audio Limited Edition Gold Harmonic Decoder. We had tons of folks coming to the site and leaving reviews for a variety of pedals. We’d like to take this chance to thank the owner/builder behind Sunsine Audio – Fletcher Kaufman. His background in preset and sound design gives him a unique slant on the creation of effects. The Harmonic...

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Sunsine Audio Interview and Giveaway Extension
Nov25

Sunsine Audio Interview and Giveaway Extension

Right now we have a giveaway going on for a Sunsine Audio Limted Edition Gold Harmonic Decoder.  Today we wanted to do two things. The first is to EXTEND THE HARMONIC DECODER GIVE AWAY TO THE 27th OF NOVEMBER 2015. That’s this Friday. We just realized that we wanted to give the folks celebrating Thanksgiving a few more days over the holidays to get their reviews in for a chance to win. So don’t eat to much Turkey and fall...

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How Would You Use The Harmonic Decoder?
Nov19

How Would You Use The Harmonic Decoder?

We are getting lots of great new reviews during our Sunsine Audio Limited Edition Gold Harmonic Decoder giveaway. If you haven’t heard about it yet, the Harmonic Decoder “can sound like a fuzz, an octave/harmony pedal, a filter/wah, a complex waveshaper or some crazy bent 8 bit glitch box.” Three knobs, one toggle, one switch and tons of control allowing you to paint a plethora of tonal landscapes. A nice addition for the ‘board that...

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JHS Crayon
Nov18

JHS Crayon

There is a tone that folks refer to as ‘Direct in Distortion’. It’s the kind of crazy that happens when you plug an electric guitar straight into a mixing board with little regard for the controls. The resulting distortion is unique in many ways and is the tone most attributed to the raucous guitar on “Revolution 1” by the Beatles. It’s a tight wound, crackly sound that expertly cradles itself somewhere between...

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Reaper Pedals: Shroomblade Fuzz
Nov13

Reaper Pedals: Shroomblade Fuzz

Tooling around on Instagram today and ran across a pedal with some extreme graphics on the outside. The pedal was the Shroomblade Fuzz from a builder called Reaper Pedals. The name and the graphics on this pedal had me reminiscing about my youthful obsession with Dungeon and Dragons. You see there’s another company out there that goes by the name of Reaper, only they make miniatures for RPG/tabletop gaming. And the graphic on...

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