BeatBuddy: The Best Drum Machine for Guitarists | Singular Sound
The BeatBuddy is the world's most realistic drum machine in a guitar pedal, or a drummer pedal for short. Control intros, outros, fills, transitions, verse, and chorus sections using only your foot.
Deluxe Memory Man 1100-TT | Analog Delay with Tap Tempo - Electro-Harmonix
BLEND KNOB The BLEND knob is a wet/dry control allowing you to vary the mix between direct and delayed signals at the OUTPUT jack. GAIN KNOB Sets the input gain. RATE KNOB The RATE knob sets the rate or speed of modulation. DEPTH KNOB Sets the amount of modulation that is applied to the delay time. FEEDBACK KNOB Controls the amount of signal that is circulated from the output of the delay block to its input. DELAY KNOB Sets the delay time from 30 mS to 630 mS. TAP DIVIDE BUTTON AND LEDs This…
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From picks to pedals and every accessory in between, Dunlop Manufacturing has been creating world-class gear for musicians for over 50 years. We consistently create the best selling picks and analog electronics, and carry a large line of accessories that set industry standards in their respective fields. We have a long list of legendary and modern-day superstars who all share a passion for our gear. Whether it’s pushing new innovations with our string line, or tweaking classic sounds with…
Gallien-Krueger PLEX Preamp - 4 Band Active Preamp Pedal
Bass Guitar Preamp Pedal with 4-band EQ, Voicing Filters, Compressor, Chromatic Tuner, Boost, Aux Input, Phones Output, XLR Output, Ground Lift, Pre/Post Selector, Effects Loop, and USB Connectivity
How To Use The MXR M108 10-Band EQ Pedal | ProAudioLand Musician News
The MXR M108 is a powerful 10-band EQ pedal that can dramatically change the way your signal works. But with so much control in one little box, it can be overwhelming, especially if you're a new player and are unaccustomed to EQ parameters. Not to worry because our friends over at Jim Dunlop are happy to help. Below, you can take a look at the inner working of the M108 along with tips on how to get your desired sound. Continue reading →