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Everything Must Go

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Everything Must Go
To all the builders whose work I have stocked over the years; Zander Circuitry; Bad Penny Fx; Chevtone; Underfluked; JSA; Ritual Devices; Fairydance Creations; Gojira Fx; Forest FX; Demiurge Instruments; Stompkins Pedals; Practical Patch; Marcus Dlux; Sound Lad Liverpool; Magna Fx and special mention to Bluff Chill devices and Tate Fx whose pedals I did not stock but had a few second hand items through the shop. I give my heartfelt thanks for entrusting me with your wonderful pedals. I hope you feel I did a good job in getting your work out there.

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Given To Fly: How To Get Your Hands on a 1991 Pedal

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Given To Fly: How To Get Your Hands on a 1991 Pedal
To sign up to the mailing list, go to the 1991 Build Queue Sign Up section of the site and fill in the form. I have also put a link on my link tree which you can access from my Instagram account. Getting your name on this list is essential to you getting your hands on a 1991. 

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Release: The 1991 Unveiled

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Release: The 1991 Unveiled
Here it is then; the moment you have all been waiting for! The FLB 1991 in all its brand - new shiny glory! 

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1991: There's Only One Way... And That's Your Own!

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1991: There's Only One Way... And That's Your Own!
Now I could go ahead and list a whole range of sounds and the exact settings for how to get them; but that would kind of defeat the whole point of what I have just been saying. I've designed this pedal to be intuitive and inspirational; there's no easier way to rob someone of their inspiration than by telling them what to do and how to do it.

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I'm Still Alive: The 1991 Story

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I'm Still Alive: The 1991 Story
One Monday evening, fueled up on wine Matt messages me with a challenge. Namely, to sort out a pedal for the 30th anniversary of the Ten album (27th August) which could nail the PJ guitar tone of that album in one pedal... I was fueled up on beer and so it goes without saying that I accepted the challenge!

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