This is my favorite piece of content that anyone has released from the NAMM2020 show. Stefan from The Pedal Zone sat down at the Chase Bliss booth with Andy Othling to talk about guitar pedals. Perfect.
Everyone's favorite internet pedal Youtube stars, Dan & Mick from That Pedal Show released another episode focused on the Universal Audio OX. I absolutely love this box and am glad to see them praising it the same way I do.
Playing around with more "drive" after my latest guitar acquisition. This little sketch came out of a reworked pedalboard setup. I love how this turned out and how the loop changes so much at the second half.
Traded my Ceriatone JM50 away for this beautiful 60s style Marshall JTM
A somewhat noisy ambient soundscape - swirling loop featuring the Meris Hedra combined with some glitches from a Count to Five and some mellow Rhodes Piano.
First in a series of organized ambient releases. Blending between digital and analog recording techniques, software instruments and analog synths. Hopefully the best of both worlds.
I've been playing around with the idea of cassette tape manipulation, field recording and a few other textural elements when it comes to this music thing. This is one such experiment.
Played around a bit with this combination of a simple monophonic analog synth alongside the Roland TR-08 drum machine. The drum machine is definitely more suited to a hiphop environment but I think the results are pretty cool within this context too.
Been playing around with building out my big board again for this ambient messaround stuff. New items incoming, in-depth features to come but this is the outcome of a quick sunday jam.
The Count to Five has interested me for quite a while based on how a lot of what I'd seen online has shown the more wild side of this pedal I wanted to see if I could reign it in a bit.
Quick video showcasing some of the amazing sounds mode 2 of the Montreal Assembly Count to 5 pedal can produce. Expect this to show up in eveyrthing from here on out.
Moved into a small board setup for a little bit here, not sure it'll last much after some overseas dates but I'm enjoying the focus on playing guitar rather than pedals right now.
What happens when you combine a couple of - arguably - the best big box delay and reverb units available? Turns out it sounds pretty good. This video is just a quick demo of what these can do. Expect a bunch of variations on this video in the future.
There was a time when we didn't get to choose between hundreds of boutique analog delay pedals. In this dark age we relied on the experimentation from the BOSS company. This is one of my favorite experiments.
Quick demo with some sounds made by the Chase Bliss Audio Warped Vinyl MKI. This has been reissued a couple times, but man this one still holds up.
This pedal has rightfully caused a bit of stir since it's release, the features combined with the drastic price reduction and sales have triggered a buyup. Find out why.