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Hand-made and boutique pedals often get a guaranteed stamp of approval simply because they are hand-made products.
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Artist Signature Pedals That Don’t Suck! • Introduction • The Demon Barber • The Dreamscape • Digitech Jimi Hendrix Artist Pedal • Conclusion
Introduction Hand-made and boutique pedals often get a guaranteed stamp of approval simply because they are hand-made products. Although in the hands of a master craftsman, expert engineer or magical musician these pedals can often be superior, their meteoric rise also gives us pause; how many hand-made pedals can stand the test of time? We think we have identified some pedals that will in fact stand that test below… lets take a look.
The Demon Barber Possibly David Barber made a deal with the devil to make the Tone Press Pedal because of its simplicity, transparency and quality sound, it seems just too good to be true. It provides a subtle transition in the blend that it is almost unnoticeable until you hold a note. The blend design mixes compressed and dry sound. With three knobs, Volume, Blend and Sustain that add to the capability of the pedal’s compression, it is simple, elegant and does as it was intended.
The Dreamscape Many guitarists have heard of TC Electronics, you would have to live under a rock not to. Yet the new Artist Signature Pedal the John Petrucci TC Electronic Dreamscape pedal is a revolutionary digital pedal that many reviews claim sound like classic analogs. With one of the world’s most respected electronic companies and one of the world’s best guitarists get together, apparently magical things happen.
Digitech Jimi Hendrix Artist Pedal Called the Jimi Hendrix Experience pedal it was designed from the original master tapes. The pedal includes four knobs built into a wah-wahstyle pedal but has the ability to switch between the needed sounds for Hendrix’s soundtracks. The engineers modeled a number of effects into the pedal including many of the vintage options that Hendrix used. There is so much ability in the pedal that it needed to use two Audio DNA chips rather than just one.
Conclusion There is plenty of Artist Signature or hand-made pedals on the marketplace that cater to individual sounds or Tone Prints. If you are looking to copy these sounds, then choose the corresponding sound. However, if you want a quality pedal to make your own sound, choose a cutting edge pedal maker, whether it is boutique, an Artist Signature or a cutting edge company.
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