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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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.
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!