Subdecay at Pedal Finder
Jun02

Subdecay at Pedal Finder

I think it’s true to say that musicians don’t like every pedal they plug into. But, I think it’s also safe to say that exploring new pedals is damn fun. And just because you know in your heart that a certain pedal won’t make it onto your board, doesn’t mean you won’t spend an hour noodling around, pushing it here and there to understand its full function. This is what a good stomp box does. It grabs...

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Interview: Wampler Pedals
May30

Interview: Wampler Pedals

Brian Wampler of Wampler Pedals has been laying out world-class circuit boards officially since 2006. But, it was a passion for tone at a much younger age (and the allure of a Flying V) that started his interest in FX electronics, leading him to modify existing effects and chase new tones for new uses. Since its beginnings, Brian and his creations have inspired hundreds of professional artists with pedals such as the Euphoria...

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Empress Effects – Reviews and More!
May28

Empress Effects – Reviews and More!

With the help of all our great members, the Pedal Finder database is slowly taking shape. If you sift through the database using the many search features you will see more and more results and piles of reviews on a slew of great pedals. The list of related artists and YouTube reviews  is also growing at a rapid pace. So thank you all. One of the more recent additions to Pedal Finder is our page for Empress Effects. Founder and...

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Mad Professor Golden Cello Give Away – And the winner is….
May27

Mad Professor Golden Cello Give Away – And the winner is….

We would first like to thank every in participating with PedalFinder.com‘s launch. We wanted to create an application that would be fun and useful to use, and by the overwhelming response from musicians everywhere, I think we hit the mark. For the site to be successful, reviews from players was crucial.  Reviews not only provide general experience with a pedal, but also provides the information that separates our site from...

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Interview: Physics Punk Pedals
May21

Interview: Physics Punk Pedals

The port city of St. Louis, Missouri is home to the Rams, the Cardinals and perhaps most famously, the Gateway Arch – a 630-foot stainless steel structure that keeps watch over St. Louis’ waterfront. It’s a city that has a rich history in music both live and recorded. So perhaps it’s not much of a stretch to find out that the city also has some great pedal builders – like Physics Punk Pedals – creating powerful, exciting new tones....

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