Unique and Boutique Guitar Effects and Amplifiers
Our Newest Pedal: Ftelletronica's "Shumann PLL (Phased Lock Loop)
Transparent tone sculpting and plenty of drive on hand if needed. It's really easy and quick to dial in a great sound with any type of guitar. For reference I have a KOT, Talons, OCD, Archer and out of all of these great pedals this one, for me, might be the best yet. Truly remarkable. A keeper for sure.
It's a fantastically flexible pedal with all the versatility that the description suggests & has worked nicely w/ distortion (after or before) and delay pedals.
Great pedal for adding a bit of lofi flavor to guitar, bass, keys, etc. While you can get some pretty extreme glitchy effects, I like the more subtle warble you can get at lower WOW and Flutter settings. I used it mainly on guitar but recently ran my Yamaha Reface CP (electric piano, Rhodes, Wurlitzer models) through it, and it really lends a lovely lo-fi warmth to the sounds. My only minor frustration is that the delay is difficult to dial in with only one dedicated knob on the pedal. I usually keep it set pretty low so it's not a big issue. Great pedal overall!
Is it exactly like a tweed Fender Champ? No. Does it capture the vibe? Yes. To my ears, it’s more like halfway to a fuzz. It certainly responds to your guitar’s volume knob as such. Plenty of output. Bass and treble controls work perfectly. I absolutely LOVE it!!!
This is a great lofi/glitchy/tapey pedal. It has a lot of range where it's easy to degrade the heck out of the sound. Really love the freeze footswitch to take it even further to the next level. YMMV but, my only (remotely) negative is I've found it's been difficult for me to really dial in, sometimes I find it doing too much and sometimes not enough, but still playing around with it, and definitely an awesome pedal to have in the chain.
I’m a bit new to using delays but after giving myself time, I have come around. I play jazzy blues stuff so having a delay that has the ability to get weird is a tad outside of my wheelhouse but after some knob turning and experimenting, I have found a way to place it in my tone arsenal or tarsenal.
I look to be building my recording rig very soon so I look forward to making some sound clips of my preferred settings.
If you want a pedal that is gonna do more than normal chorus/vibrato, this is for you. It specializes in random style LFOs. And you can get a lazy warped chorus to frenetic high speed vibrato. A multitude of sounds and knobs to craft your favorite tones. The tap tempo is not something just thrown in, it's an essential feature when chop is engaged. This pedal is a blast.
This pedal is great. It has 2 separate effects: the left knob controls how much glitch you get and the right adds in a chorus/vibrato effect to it. Add them both together and you get a crazy glitchy vibrato/chorus Pedal that sounds like it is completely broken.
Scrape flutter is a kind of unique pedal. I got interested in the subtle sides and the feeling of randomness in it in internet although the other sides also sounded eccentric enough to my ears (I am not a big friend of "normal" fuzz etc.). The first impressions back at home were, though, mixed: it sounded excellent but I just thought if can I find any use for the dirtier sides. Nevertheless, the pedal has taught me, and when combining it with other pedals I find that there's plenty of usability and new zones to dive in. Seems to be so far a clear keeper, thanks!
I was born in 1979, so I'll always have a place in my heart for the gracefully-warped lull of an old video. I'm also enamored with much of the vapor/synthwave music we've been hearing in recent years, but I'm not much of a computer guy; I'm a "dials and levers" guy, so the T-60 won me over in this round. It does a perfect amount of bendy, jittery muck you would need to execute the true feel of that unlabeled tape you found under the radiator. Aside from having the just the right modulation control, it also gives the option to do randomized movements in a rather convincing way. It even seems to add a certain amount of hiss when you set the mix and EQ it the right way. I'm in the habit of using guitar pedals on everything, including keyboards and general post production, and I'm looking forward to over-using this new toy going forward.
The small speaker overdrive pedal nails the small speaker tweed amps of the 50s giving that lush sound of its breakup. I have an original fender 1958 Harvard Tweed and comparing the sound It was pleasantly surprisingly similar between amp and pedal. So now if I want that sound I don’t have to bring my vintage amp with me to a gig. The pedal is well built and well worth the price.
Great OD, unique, fantastic. I love it
This pedal is percussive, rhythmic, and a ton of fun. The controls are pretty easy to get used to, but part of the appeal of the Phantom Operator is that the pattern of the pulses will slowly, subtly change even when you aren't tweaking the controls. I've used it with guitar, bass, drum machines, a Korg volca, even a random noise generator.
Because of all the movement in the signal it introduces, it's really good for longer held notes/chords.
I've used mine to write multiple parts, it's a concept creator and will be a part of my desktop set up for ages to come!
The Small System Overdrive pedal is simply fantastic. Everyday I’m exploring new tones to leverage.
Sound Shoppe your service excellent and you have a real winner in Great Eastern FX pedals.