Here’s a post to highlight a wah I recently added to my arsenal of tone generators. I love wah pedals! It is a big part of the retro-funky-R&B sound of the songs I write and sing.
This post I would like to share a new product worthy of attention. Many of you have already read my earlier post about the Allston Amp Dumbalina made by Rob Lohr in the basement of Mr. Music
I was at the New York Amp show earlier this year and the night before the show, I attended a jam session where one of my good friends was jamming through an amp called an Evil Robot.
This is one of my favorite amps: The Working Dog Rottweiler. This amp is made by George Alessandro, who is known for his very expensive, high-end products.
Something very cool is happening the basement of Mr. Music, Boston’s favorite family-owned music store in Allston, Massachusetts.
In this post I will discuss some of the whys and wonders of the non-buffered effects loop. If any of you want to chime in with more in the way of technical details, etc.
I am going to talk a little about my experiences with owning too many different makes and sizes of pedalboards