New Builder: Effectrode
Apr09

New Builder: Effectrode

We’ve really been working away at getting new builders into our Pedal Finder Database. This is a lot of fun for us because we get to do a bit of research on builders that we wouldn’t normally do in our everyday lives. It always makes me want to reach out to learn more about the people behind the products. Especially when those products seem to have a life of their own. This is the case with Effectrode and the audio design...

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New Builder: Iret Guitar Enhancements
Apr08

New Builder: Iret Guitar Enhancements

A member submitted a new pedal from Iret Guitar Enhancements. This is a company out of India that lays claim to being “the first acoustic technology student’s start-up. Manufacturing premium stompboxes and amplifiers. Formed in 2011, with a vision to make music gear affordable.” I like the sound of that! New technology coming out of a student collaboration has the makings for some pretty exciting developments. Take a ride on the net...

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Just Nick: Rattlesnake Line Buffer
Apr07

Just Nick: Rattlesnake Line Buffer

A while back, we reported on a review of guitar cables from Rattlesnake Cable Company out of Missoula, Montana. The review was done by Nick Jaffe over on his YouTube channel JustNickMusic. I hope after our last suggestion you’ve checked him out over there. He has a special knack for turning what would otherwise be lessons in electricity into fun and exciting videos filled with information that you can take back to your...

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New Builder: Kleissonic
Apr03

New Builder: Kleissonic

Thanks to one of our many devoted members Pedal Finder now has Kleissonic as one of the many new builders on the website. Keissonic was imagined into reality by Theodoros Klissiaris, who was born in Katerini Greece. Now he is based out of Berlin Germany and producing some really amazing pedals. How amazing? Well, take a look at this list of famous friends all using Kleissonic as some point: Sonic Youth, Mogwai, Godspeed You Black...

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Search by Look: Red Pedals
Apr02

Search by Look: Red Pedals

Lots of thought goes into designing a pedal board. Not the actual design of the pedalboard itself, but what you put on it. It all basically starts with a goal. A search for a tone based on some droning sound in your own head or from a song or particular player. If your lucky enough to have a favorite sound from the real world you can scan the local interwebs and find out what your favorite musician is playing. From there you can head...

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