The internet is a beautiful thing: it brings together a world-wide community of gear heads and effects junkies. This week’s Show Me Your Pedalboard is brought to us all the way from Argentina, by our friend Facundo.
Following a standard start to a pedalboard, Facundo’s line is first fed into the Korg DT-10 Chromatic Tuner, which boasts a detection range down to 20.6hz, to ensure tight low-end intonation. The signal immediately jumps into a Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Signature Wah, followed by a ZVex Fuzz Factory paired to create, I’m guessing, some great 60s and 70s sounds. For general distortion, as well as some deep bass resonance, up next in line is the sleek Marshall GV-s Guv’nor Plus. Once the color has been dialed in, Facundo feeds his signal into a Boss PS-6 Harmonist, allowing for a ton of harmonizing and pitch-shifting experimentation. Last in line for effects is the Marshall EH-1 Echohead; a fairly focused delay pedal offering a tap tempo input and up to 2000ms of delay. A Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor finishes the chain, giving a nice harness of the delayed, harmonized, fuzzed-up wah. Also, Facundo keeps his pedals firing with an Artec SPB-8 Power Brick.
Here at PedalsAndEffects, not only do we want to share with you all the great creators of sounds from around the world, but we also want you to share with all of us the way you use those sounds. So thanks, Facundo, for sharing your board with PedalsAndEffects.
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