Remote Controlled Effects
Aug29

Remote Controlled Effects

It’s no secret that the guitar and bass effect industry pushes out serious quantities of product that garner manufacturers and retailers millions of dollars every year. As the monuments of the industry slowly release new pedals, reissues and work to innovate, small boutique start-ups jockey for a place in the mix with their latest creations. Yes, the pedal effects industry is healthy and that’s good for us musicians. As...

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Top Ten Viewed Pedals
Aug27

Top Ten Viewed Pedals

No matter who you are or where you live, it’s hard to miss that this is the going back to school season. On the airwaves, popular media raves about new trends in a vain effort to guide the purchasing power of consumers who either have children in or are in school themselves. New clothes, new gadgets, better supplies and don’t forget your #2 pencil. All of this is needed before any summer gorged student can even consider...

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Decibel Eleven – The Dirt Clod
Aug12

Decibel Eleven – The Dirt Clod

Based out of Southern California, Decibel Eleven (D11) is a group of musicians and engineers hell bent on producing high quality effects for all genres of music. This group not only produces effects under their own name, but also works on creating equipment for other well known manufacturers like Alesis, Voodoo Lab, Gibson Audio Labs, Line 6, Event Electronics and American DJ. No strangers to innovation, D11 has turned their sights...

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Fill in the Blank — Outlaw Supply Pedals
Aug06

Fill in the Blank — Outlaw Supply Pedals

At Pedal Finder, we spend a great deal of time collecting information on various manufacturers and their pedals. We not only collect the information, but we process it and organize it so you, the user, can search through the Pedal Finder database in a meaningful way to discover and research new pedals and new sounds. Of course, our number one resource for information about existing pedal builders and their effects is the internet....

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From Rack to Pedal – Korg SDD-3000 Delay
Jul31

From Rack to Pedal – Korg SDD-3000 Delay

Smaller and simpler is always better when you’re on the road. It doesn’t hurt when you’re in the studio either. More room on the pedalboard, increases the potential for more effects to modify and alter your tone. But, smaller doesn’t always mean better. Limited space inside a casing means that functionality can suffer, controls can be limited and your ability to shape the pedal can fall short. This is especially true when a company takes a rack mounted effect and tries to put it on the ground for people to step on. Is Korg up to the challenge? We are about to find out.

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Fender’s New Micro Pedals
Jul22

Fender’s New Micro Pedals

Right on the heels of the T-Rex announcement we’ve found out that Fender has some fun news concerning a new line of stomps that will take up very little space in your line and board. The company most closely associated with all things rock and roll has produced a new line of micro pedals that seem to be directed at utility more than boutique effects. Of the four new offerings you’ll find an ABY pedal, a micro compressor, a direct input pedal and a micro EQ. Here’s a little more about these new offerings.

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