Outlaw Effects Giveaway: Boilermaker Boost
Sep16

Outlaw Effects Giveaway: Boilermaker Boost

We’ve been working hard at getting new builders into our database and learning about new pedals. We noticed that It’s been awhile since we’ve had a pedal giveaway, so we are excited to get these rolling again. I can tell you right now that we have back to back giveaways coming up with great pedals from exciting builders. So stay tuned to get in on your chance at winning. To kick us off we have a pedal from a builder...

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How To Leave A Pedal Review
Sep16

How To Leave A Pedal Review

Sometimes leaving pedal reviews can be a bit confusing. So, we wanted to chat a little bit about how to leave a review for your pedals. Although it seems like an easy process, its just as easy to get lost on the way. So here is the step by step process of getting your review up on the site. Step 1: First off, you need to become a member of Pedal Finder in order to leave a review and have it count towards the giveaway. You can go here...

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Built To Spill: Jim Roth Pedalboard
Sep11

Built To Spill: Jim Roth Pedalboard

Yesterday I wrote about Built to Spill and the show they played this week here in Missoula. I also did a rundown of Brett Netson’s pedalboard, who was one of the three guitarists on stage that night, churning up the tonal waters that the audience was happily drowning in. On the far side of the stage from Brett was his counterpart Jim Roth, trading licks and effortlessly recreating the songs we have come to love from our Boise...

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Built to Spill: Brett Netson’s Pedalboard
Sep10

Built to Spill: Brett Netson’s Pedalboard

Built to Spill rolled into our medium sized town of Missoula earlier this week. Surprisingly enough, they played a small venue which allowed everyone to get up close to the band as they belted out a bunch of hits as well as some new music from their latest album (sadly no Twin Falls). They delivered an impressive performance complete with a driving encore that ended in a 10 minute explosion of swirling guitars amidst a cacophony of...

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Built to Spill Doug Martsch
Sep09

Built to Spill Doug Martsch

It was 1992 when Doug Martsch formed Built to Spill with the idea that he would have rotating members with himself as the anchor. Over the last 20 years he’s purposefully wandered – with solemn confidence – through 8 studio albums and countless other recordings – each emerging from his own hand with his distinct signature tone and melody. Along the way, he’s incorporated a tightly-knit crew of revolving, talented...

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