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8 Wampler Overdrive Distortion Fuzz Gain pedals with a Gibson Les Paul Black Beauty R7, a Fender '57 Champ Reissue and a Marshall 1982A 4x12 with Pulsonic Celestion Greenbacks. The same Guitar and amp settings are used for all pedals.
Many times those huge and gigantic distorted guitar tones that we hear in music isn't just distortion - it's complex! Not only are there complimentary guitar parts there are also quite a bit of clean guitar mixed in. In today's video we discuss this as well as dive into how that relates to guitar pedals and introducing cleans into your distortion or overdrive
Many folks have been waiting on us to come out with a version of the Terraform that's made up of delays... well here ya go! Check out the pedal here: 🤍 Check out the plugins here: 🤍 Timestamps: 00:00 start 1:28 controls explained 3:20 clean sound 3:26 ANLG sound 4:07 WET sound 5:17 BBD sound 5:50 JET sound 7:01 DOCTOR DELAY sound 8:19 FAUX TAPE ECHO sound 8:54 ETHEREAL sound 9:58 MOD sound 10:38 SPACE sound 12:18 TAPE sound 13:47 DIGI sound 14:38 using an expression pedal 16:24 more about controls, settings, presets, trails, effects loops etc 17:19 FREE Plugin suite when you purchase new pedal
Buy Now: 🤍 Welcome to ProGuitarShop and ToneReport.com. Today we're keeping it real with the Tumnus from Wampler Pedals. The Tumnus combines two highly desirable features into one pedal: a dynamic, transparent overdrive and a microscopic form factor. The Tumnus makes no bones about its resemblance to another mythical pedal, and expands on its rich heritage while keeping its hoofprint down. Three knobs are all you need to wring the most tone from your amp, and its deceptively simple controls hold a ton of settings. The Gain knob is actually a blend control, when set all the way left, the Tumnus gives you a clean boost that sounds good with literally anything before or after. When the Gain is cranked, you're treated to some seriously rich grit that stacks equally well, courtesy of a fine-tuned clipping arrangement. Players piloting a rig that tends to be a little dark can boost any lost treble frequencies with the handy Treble knob, which does a good job of keeping your tone out of the weeds at higher Gain settings. Any selection between both ends of the Gain knob gives a mix of boost and drive, for maximum adaptability. Because of its stacking ability brought on by a legendary buffer section, you can place the Tumnus at any point in your signal chain to add a hint of sparkle that elevates your tone no matter where it is. And like all Wampler pedals, the Tumnus is made right here in the USA.
November 17th marks the day when our Tumnus Deluxe pedal is finally available worldwide and at 🤍 Why a "Deluxe" tumnus? Good question! As most probably already know, the original Tumnus (or "mini-Tumnus" as I call it) was a recreation of a famous, highly sought after, ultra-expensive, mythical overdrive circuit that I'll refer to as the "K" circuit, though most people call it a "Klone" circuit. I'm a big fan of giving tonal options to our users, so my own personal version of it was an ultra-tweaked out circuit that eventually became this Deluxe'd version. With the Tumnus Deluxe, you can still get that original half horsey/half man type sound or you can tweak some knobs, engage the "hot" switch, and get a heckuva overdriven going into distortion tone. It's good fun all around :-)
Our newest pedal release, the Moxie Overdrive - an interesting but fresh take on the incredibly popular TS10 tubescreamer circuit. More information and videos here: 🤍 The following designations are not owned by or associated with Wampler Pedals, Inc. but are instead owned by their respective owners: Ibanez, Tube Screamer, TS10 #wamplerpedals #wampler
What does a compressor do? Why are pedals so noisy? Where in the signal chain should you put it? 00:00 beginning 00:35 "I can't hear it doing anything" 03:24 "This is ruining my dynamics!" 05:12 "The sound is too 'loose' or floppy sounding" 07:50 "This compressor is too noisy!" (Applies to distortions and overdrives as well) 09:05 "Always put compression before drive pedals" or, "Always put compression after drive pedals"
A question from viewer: "Which pedal is going to be more of a natural or neutral overdrive tone, product x or product y, since the frequency analysis plots show that they are transparent drive pedals" In this video I explain/show why and how there is much more to an overdrive than just viewing the output eq frequencies.
Today we sit down with Brian Wampler, and talk all about Wampler Pedals. We also throw beach balls at one another. And there's also ham involved. And milk. And Mountain Dew. And new summer merch for a limited time! It all makes sense if you just watch it. Did I mention the dumpster? There's a dumpster in this one, too. And good tones. And pedals.... you get it. 🤍 🤍 🤍 Check out more from Wampler Pedals: 🤍 🤍 🤍 GEAR: Wampler CataPulp 🤍 Wampler Plexi Drive 🤍 Wampler Tumnus 🤍 Wampler Tumnus Deluxe 🤍 Wampler Velvet Fuzz 🤍 Wampler Tape Echo 🤍 Wampler Terraform 🤍 Wampler Ecstasy 🤍 Wampler Pantheon 🤍 Wampler Euphoria 🤍 Wampler Gear Box Wampler Belle 🤍 Wampler Ratsbane 🤍 Wampler Plexi Drive Mini 🤍 Sonic Research Turbo Tuner 🤍 Ernie Ball Tuner Volume 🤍 Ernie Ball Flat Ribbon Cables 🤍 Wampler Bravado 🤍 Quilter Superblock US Revelator Bilt 🤍 Epiphone Sheraton 🤍 Nash P Bass Mono Pedalboards Carbon Large 🤍 Voodoo Lab Mondo 🤍 Record Time: Pearl Jam - Ten 🤍 #jhs #thejhsshow #wampler
Recently we teamed up with Andy Wood to create the ultimate distortion/overdrive combination. Combining reworked and refined versions of the Pinnacle and the Tumnus and adding in an extremely powerful noise gate to bring you the Tumnacle, available at retailers worldwide with many more videos and info at 🤍 The Gearbox contains two of our best loved drive circuits: the Tumnus and the Pinnacle. This combination makes the Gearbox one of my personal favorite dual pedals we've created. A top-switchable stacking order control, dual inputs and outputs, a unique side-chained noise gate, and it looks SO good - check out those gorgeous knobs and the deep bronze-orange color.... luscious! Channel 1 (based on the legendary Tumnus) is a staple in any rig, you know what it does - that lovely K-drive type thing! It's breathtaking to stack it with another pedal to help push or shape the total amount of gain, use it as a stand-alone overdrive, or as a slightly dirty boost, to push the front end of your amp over the edge. Channel 2 (Based on the Pinnacle, one of my personal favorites) while traditionally known as being "the brown sound" it's actually capable of so much more! The three band EQ dials in a variety of tones while the *Side-Chained* noise gate keeps the clarity on point. Stack both channels together for tonal bliss - "warm, yet brutal grunt; delicate and controllable harmonic overtones; and beautifully defined distortion that cuts through the mix" as Premier Guitar put it. The Order switch lets you select which pedal comes first in the signal chain. For more control and options, connect both sets of inputs and outputs to an external switcher to mix or match in parallel or series, or even use this as an effects loop and add additional pedals between the two channels!
Shop the Wampler Moxie overdrive pedal at Sweetwater 👉 🤍 More videos like Wampler Moxie Overdrive Pedal Demo 👉 🤍 If you‘re wondering what video gear we use, check it out 👉 🤍 The Moxie is Brian Wampler’s homage to the classic green 3-knob dirtbox, but elevated with some serious tonal versatility! This overdrive pedal starts out with an authentic 4558 chip and top-tier components to deliver everything from a slight boost to roaring heavy overdrive tones — in short, it’s everything a great screamer-style pedal should be. The Moxie has been upgraded with a Voice switch and a Fat switch to throw a wrench into the standard green OD design, providing you with both increased gain and enhanced clarity. Did we mention that it does all of this in a tiny, mini-sized form factor? The Moxie overdrive may be steeped in tradition, but it‘s no clone: it offers a bold new take on the screamer-style formula. Check it out! After you watch, check out Sweetwater.com today for all your music instrument and pro audio needs! 👉 🤍 #Sweetwater #Wampler
🤍 Available September 10, 2014! At the crossroads of Highway 61 and Junction 49 lies the official crossroads of Clarksdale, Mississippi – the birthplace of the Delta Blues. This historic town, and the famous music that was created there, is responsible for the inspiration behind this pedal – The Clarksdale Overdrive. Blues and non-blues guitar players have used Tube Screamer® type circuits for years to help them create their own signature sound. Over the years, countless players have been asking Brian to create that world famous vintage mid-range overdrive – well he finally did it! The Clarksdale is Brian’s take on that world famous lime green overdrive many of us have come to love– with a few great Wampler styled improvements of course. The world of Boutique pedals is filled with lots of great clones of that already famous circuit– so what else could be done? Brian wanted to create a pedal that would be true to the sound and feel of the original but would have a wider range of tonal options – to satisfy even the biggest tone chasers out there. The addition of a 3 band EQ (Bass, Mids, and Treble) allows a player to have a more tailored tonal pallet than the original. The Lift/ Smooth switch will also allow a player to either sit in the mix with the Smooth setting or allow your leads to standout with the Lift option. Also unlike the original “green giant” the Clarksdale will not “fizz out” as much at low or high gain settings. The Clarksdale has one foot in the past and one foot firmly planted in the future. Your Search for the perfect vintage midrange infused overdrive is finally over.
Here's a short video for those who like Rat pedals and pedal circuitry nerdy stuff. I like to take great circuits and do alternate versions of them occasionally, and this video is an example of what happens if you take the Rat Pedal circuitry and get rid of the op amps, using Mosfets as gain stages. It's an interesting take on a classic circuit. #wampler #guitarpedals #ratpedal Question: Would you be interested in having a chance in owning these breadboarded circuits? Any ideas on how to keep everything intact and functional after shipping? A breadboard is a "temporary" circuit building device - nothing is soldered, which complicates things! I would love to read your comments regarding this. Lastly: Make sure you're subscribed if you like this content - more coming!
A viewer asked if I would create a video about creating an overdrive circuit part by part, showing the changes as I added each part. It sounded like a very interesting (and fun!!) idea so here we go! Comment below with your thoughts on the tones here, any questions? And, of course, let's hear your suggestions for future video topics! Links mentioned for the DIY books including the two newest: 🤍
British inspired distortion can be found in this amp-in-a-box pedal from Wampler Pedals. Brian let's you experience the versatility of a pedal that is sure to become a classic in Wampler's line of fine pedals. If you would like to purchase the Catapulp, please visit: 🤍
Wampler Euphoria (The BEST Overdrive Ever?) The Wampler Euphoria overdrive is supposedly one of the best overdrive pedals ever. That's a tall order. Is there any truth to this claim. So today we're taking a look at this very good (?) overdrive pedal. Enjoy! Check out my Patreon page for music and exclusives: 🤍 For official website (and lessons), visit 🤍 Check out my music on Bandcamp: 🤍 Check out my music on Spotify: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 The gear I most often use (the links are affiliate links): 🤍 Budget gear I recommend: 🤍 (Not so) budget gear I recommend: 🤍
Let's discuss a few brief topics that come up in various guitar groups, forums, and discussions such as: "Why do you need so many pedals?" "Why do you need so many overdrive/distortion/fuzz pedals?" "Just get a better amp" "No pedal sounds as good as an amp" "Stop worrying about gear and just play guitar"
Newer Video here: 🤍 🤍 The Wampler Pedals "Clean Buffer" was an extremely well-liked pedal during its production, known for its purity of tone and for offering fantastic buffering that allowed pretty much any gear to get along nicely. We've had constant requests since it was discontinued to make just a few more, or from people wondering when it would be coming back? The Wampler Pedals "Talent Booster" is another favorite from the past, a pedal which could make your tone not just louder, but better, too. Calls for another Wampler Pedals boost intensified when the "SLOstortion" was released, with many users loving the boost side of that 2-in-1 pedal so much that they've been requesting Brian put his mind to making Wampler Pedals users a new boost pedal that they could put wherever they want. With so many people asking for a buffer and so many people asking for a boost, what could we do? The only reasonable thing, of course: we listened! And true to form, Brian figured "why do just one when we can do both?" Meet the decibel+ Buffer|Boost, a pedal that offers excellent, stable buffering AND a fantastic clean boost, in one great, durable, easy-to-use package! With one single knob to accomplish everything, it trims the fat we didn't want to make a booster that does too much to be considered just booster, but not enough to be considered a legitimate light overdrive. Plus, functionality like that tends to just run up the price. Brian's goal was to make sure that this pedal can buffer with excellent fidelity, boost like nobody's business, yet be as easy to work with as possible. No unnecessary complications of either function, and no sacrifices when it comes to the core tone! Whichever you need from it, it's ready to deliver. Studio or stage, it's a one-knob problem solver toolkit in pedal form. Just dial that one knob where you need it to go and you'll have the functionality you need right then and if you ever need it to turn from buffer to boost, or boost to buffer, it's as simple as adjusting that one control. Check out our Facebook at facebook.com/wamplerpedals
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🤍 From silky smooth sustain to full out country chicken-picken territory, the Wampler Ego Compressor is the most versatile compressor pedal on the market. So the big question is: what does a compressor do? A compressor adds an element of control to your playing level it will bring the quieter parts up and the louder parts down. While an ordinary compressor pedal can give you an element of control, a great compressor will give you the "feel" that other average compressors lack. A great tube amp when driven into its sweet spot will naturally compress. Many budget compressors give you the squash and squeeze of a driven amp, but more often than not you tend to lose most of your playing dynamics and expression. The Ego Compressor will give that element of squash and squeeze, but will also allow you to be able to control the effect so that your playing can shine through with that great feel. When Brian designed this pedal, the word that kept coming back to him was "transparency". The Ego Compressor epitomizes everything a great compressor should be: flexible and transparent while keeping your tone intact. One of the ways the Ego Compressor lets you have control over your tonal clarity is by the use of the "Blend" knob. The "Blend" knob is a dry mix, which sweeps between a fully effected signal to zero effect across the sweep of the pot. Your unaffected signal can be added back into your overall output. As little or as much as you want, the choice is yours. The Ego Compressor can also be used as "an effect" rather than keeping the pedal constantly on. Using the Ego Compressor in this manner will fatten up your rhythms and bring some control to your solos. That little bit of extra sparkle will allow your guitar to sit better in the band mix. The Wampler Ego Compressor is an effect that you probably didn't realize you needed, but once you have used once, cannot imagine living without.
We've had a lot of people ask us about creating a pedal that housed two pantheons. Here ya go! The DNA is a bit more traditional Bluesbreaker on the right side, standard Pantheon on the left. Much more info here: 🤍
Does it seem like overdrive pedals in general just sort of... suck? Do you hate the sound of them when you've tried them? In this video I'll explain why that may be, and what you can do if you really, really *want* to like them but haven't found one that called out to your soul yet. Often, it's because the type of gain stages used in them just aren't what sounds good to your ear. What do those gain stages sound like, how do they differ and how do you find out how to tell what a pedal is using? We discuss that. Comment below which type of gain stage you preferred in this video! Subscribe & Like this video: 🤍 Links: Wampler shirts and stuff: 🤍 DIY pedal books: 🤍 Wampler pedals and etc: 🤍
To purchase the Plexi-Drive Deluxe, please visit: 🤍 Based on the classic Wampler Pedal “Plexi-Drive”, the Plexi-Drive Deluxe builds on the foundation of the original and gives you considerably more control to shape your tone. With a 3 band active EQ and additional brightness control, the Plexi-Drive takes a huge step forward into the modern era of pedals. Complete with the perfectly voiced pregain booster, you can achieve virtually any Plexi tone from your amp
The Wampler Pantheon features two smokin Brit gain channels and you can stack em! For more info: 🤍 TO BUY: 🤍 Got GAS? Check out all the cool gear and sweet deals from my pals at Sweetwater (Affiliate): 🤍 PETE'S TWO NOTES SIGNATURE TONES IR COLLECTION IS NOW AVAILABLE! 🤍 Want some cool reading/progressive glasses, that don’t look like they came from the drug store? Check out CADDIS: 🤍 BRAND NEW PETE THORN MERCH! T-shirts, hoodies etc: 🤍 PETE THORN II NEW ALBUM OUT EVERYWHERE NOW, CLICK TO BUY/LISTEN HERE: 🤍 Get Pete's 'Space Charged" jam track in E on iTunes: 🤍 Check out "A Rush To The Head": by Pete Thorn 🤍 Check out "Clean To Scream" by Pete Thorn: 🤍 Check out "To Live And Die In Nashville" by Pete Thorn: 🤍 ]Check out "The Groomed Noodler", new single by Pete Thorn here: 🤍
🤍 Until today, the Pinnacle Deluxe has been known as the "EVH" brown sound type of pedal. While I do love that sound, I've worked hard over the past few months in taking the basic "engine" of the Pinnacle, and giving it many more sounds and textures, making it much more than a one trick pony. I'm proud to present to you, the newest Pinnacle Deluxe (V2), what I like to call jokingly the Pinnacle Deluxe Deluxe. The Pinnacle Deluxe (V2) boasts new gain stages, 3 band EQ, completely independent 'lime green' style pre gain booster (sounds excellent pushing other dirt pedals or the gain channel of your amp as well), ANOTHER gain boost switch, 2 different gain voicings, top jacks, a SAG switch for those of you with hot pickups or if you just like your distortion tighter, soft switches with true bypass relays, and a massive graphical tweak. I do believe this may be the comprehensive update to the Pinnacle that a LOT of people have been waiting for! Released 28th October 2016 here: 🤍 Opening music by Cordova 🤍
In January 2019 I showed the first version prototype at NAMM. At that time, I thought it would be ready in a few months. However, after taking all of our dedicated customer comments into account we decided to revamp and update it, giving it many more features and of revamping it and updating it with all the features and effects that our customers asked for... 11 months later here we are - and it's ABSOLUTELY stellar. If you love high quality modulations yet prefer the analog feel of a pedal instead of banks, menus and hidden features that require you to read a moby dick sized manual then you'll love this pedal. Comment below what features/videos showing the terraform that you'd like to see and I'll create them. Check out the pedal at: 🤍 Download the online detailed manual here: 🤍 Time Stamps: Auto Wah 1:08 Envelope Filter 4:37 Flanger 7:27 Phaser 10:17 U Vibe 12:30 Rotary 13:45 Auto Swell 17:39 Tremolo 20:51 Harmonic Tremolo 23:19 Chorus 26:30 Dimension 30:05 Details (All the fun nerdy stuff) 32:03
🤍 One overdrive circuit, right up 'til the present time has been the most discussed, the most looked for after, and the most legendary. It's enormous, it's costly, and it has absolutely earned its place at the table. Wampler has carefully and dependably replicated that supernatural tone in all its grandness in an incredibly little bundle, and his name is Tumnus. Tumnus is a flexible expansion to any setup, any style. Stack it with another pedal to help push or shape the aggregate sum of addition, utilization it as a stand alone overdrive, or utilize it as a dirty boost to push the front end of your amp over the edge. It's also not true bypass. Rather, unwavering to the first, this pedal contains a buffered bypass tone fabulous in its own privilege. Simplicity in the controls as well: The Tumnus' streamlined 3 control controls (Volume, Gain, and Tone) permit you to rapidly dial in your tones regardless of what the gig calls for. Now you can have the tone. Now you can have history. Now you can have it all without having to take out a loan. For more info and to purchase the Tumnus, please visit 🤍
🤍 Our new overdrive/distortion pedal! Based on the bluesbreaker which has spawned many other popular pedals, and with some additional circuit additions to make it uniquely "wampler". Available 9-28-18 from 🤍 Oh, and YES the title is tongue and cheek. There is no "best" "greatest" or "king" of anything (other than name)... pedals are tools and fun things to use to inspire. Enjoy!
🤍 Find on Reverb 🤍 The Wampler Metaverse is a compilation of 11 delays ranging from analog, to multi-head tape and even Wampler’s most popular circuits such as the Faux Tape Echo, Doctor and Ethereal. With the same form factor as the Terraform, the Metaverse is designed to be simple to operate with only a few alternate parameters accessed by holding the Bypass switch. Delay time ranges from 25ms (40 in tape) to 2 seconds which can be controlled via Tap Tempo and numerous Subdivisions. Along with Tone control and a full wet or dry Mix range, you can also boost the output of the Metaverse by 6dB. Various Modulation is available with every mode from subtle wow and flutter to flanger in the Jet and Mod modes, complete with flange feedback accessed on the Tone’s alt adjustment. With stereo ins and outs, 1/8” MIDI ports and an Exp pedal input that can control any parameter, the Wampler Metaverse can easily be your go-to delay, especially when you take advantage of the 8 onboard presets or 128 when using MIDI. As a bonus, Wampler has announced the release of the plugin version of the Metaverse and registering your new pedal guarantees a free download for your MAC or PC! For more details visit WamplerPedals.com. Find me on Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Gear in Video Amp: Hamstead Artist 60 Guitars: Suhr Classic S (Radioshop HSS Evolution pickups), Redtail Beetle Kill Relic Other Pedals: Wampler Pantheon Deluxe Recording Gear: Universal Audio Apollo 8 QUAD, OX Amp Top Box, de Lisle Amp-Speaker Switcher 4x4 Pro Plus, Royer R-121 Mic Drums by Stefan Pötzsch Strings: StringJoy Signature 10-46 🤍 Cables: Sinasoid, Evidence SIS & Revelation Guitar Cables #Wampler #AndyDemos #EffectsPedals
The Wampler Belle, an update on that "other green overdrive"! For more info: 🤍 TO BUY FROM SWEETWATER: 🤍 Got GAS? Check out all the cool gear and sweet deals from my pals at Sweetwater (Affiliate): 🤍 BRAND NEW PETE THORN MERCH! T-shirts, hoodies etc: 🤍 PETE THORN II NEW ALBUM OUT EVERYWHERE NOW, CLICK TO BUY/LISTEN HERE: 🤍 Get Pete's 'Space Charged" jam track in E on iTunes: 🤍 Check out "A Rush To The Head": by Pete Thorn 🤍 Check out "Clean To Scream" by Pete Thorn: 🤍 Check out "To Live And Die In Nashville" by Pete Thorn: 🤍 ]Check out "The Groomed Noodler", new single by Pete Thorn here: 🤍
The Plextortion is a distortion pedal that was originally designed to emulate a "JCM800®" with Celestion Greenbacks (If you think of those great tones from Back in Black era AC/DC, all the way through to (post DLR) Van Halen, Dokken, Ratt, Guns'N'Roses and all those amazing 80's rock "cranked Marshall®" tones). It has a very brown sounding distortion, in a way, quite similar to our Pinnacle pedal. It differs from the Pinnacle in that it is a tighter distortion, more like pre amp tube distortion where the pinnacle is a bit looser, more like power tube distortion. This difference, although hardly noticeable to your average person, is hugely important when looking for "that" sound, Never before has a pedal given that high gain tone that would appear to be pre-amp driven and power-amp driven. I've noticed that some guys like play their distortion pedals that emulate Marshall tones THROUGH a Marshall. Let's be honest - I can play a chorus pedal through a Marshall and get a very "Marshally" sounding chorus pedal... In my opinion this isn't a fair or accurate representation of a pedal. Because of this, I record my clips and videos through everyday affordable guitars and amps in order to be as accurate as possible.
This is my personal preference on building a pedalboard for country gigs. This is a bit of a quicker version - for the more in-depth version subscribe to our newsletter at 🤍
Often times there are plugins that I come across and end up finding a unique use for... this is one of those times. Please note that I'm in no way suggesting that this 100% replaces the need for guitar gear, but it's incredibly interesting to use when trying to match guitar tones.
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A common question I get quite often is "How should I set my pedal controls" in order to achieve a desired sound. Sometimes I also get messages or emails where a viewer has watched a youtube video, tried the same settings on their rig and had less than optimal results. In this video I'll dig into why this is, the simple solutions to fix it, and why suggested settings in a manual aren't actually all that helpful.
You like Rat circuits? Us too! The rat circuit has been one of my favorite to mess around with because it's SO chewy and delicious. The Ratsbane is sort of my "tribute" to the original Rat circuit, incorporating how I'd envision the circuit and the mods I like to do on them on my personal rat pedals. More info and videos here: 🤍 Rat Video: 🤍 Want to buy a rat? Sure you do! Get yourself one on amazon: 🤍 My "How to modify effects" book on Amazon: 🤍 More "how to modify books" available here: 🤍
In this week's episode, my friends Jamie Stillman of EarthQuaker Devices, Matthew Farrow of Alexander Pedals & Disaster Area Designs, and Brian Wampler of Wampler Pedals attempt to choose the greatest pedals of the last twenty years the last millennium, if you want to be a little dramatic from the year 2000 through 2020. 🤍 🤍 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:37 Choosing The Greatest Pedals Of The Century 1:29 Jamie Stillman's Choices 4:30 "Atomic Jackhammer" 5:56 Matthew Farrow's Choices 10:13 "Planet Funk" 11:25 Brian Wampler's Choices 15:58 "Space Cave Diver" 17:07 "Miku Jazz Club" 17:47 Josh Scott's Choices 19:42 "Teen Rebel Astronaut" 20:59 Cast Your Votes! 21:49 Record Time 23:04 Thanks For Watching! Gear In This Episode: Subdecay M3 Keeley C2 2-Knob Compressor 🤍 Timmy Overdrive 🤍 Death By Audio Robot 🤍 Strymon El Capistan 🤍 D.A.M Tone Bender MKII Source Audio Soundblox Multiwave Distortion 🤍 Boss TE-2 Tera Echo 🤍 Diamond CPR-1 Compressor 🤍 Diamond Bass Compressor 🤍 Alexander Pedals Marshmallow Pitch Shifter 🤍 Panda Audio Future Impact Bass Synth 🤍 WMD Geiger Counter Digital Destruction 🤍 Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler 🤍 Strymon Timeline Delay 🤍 Pelican Noiseworks Pelitaur Fuzz 🤍 Pelican Noiseworks Half Horse Fuzz 🤍 Analogman King of Tone 🤍 Eventide H9 Max Harmonizer/Effect Processor 🤍 Korg Miku Stomp 🤍 Boss DD-20 Giga Delay 🤍 ZVex Instant Lo-fi Junky Vexter Chorus/Vibrato 🤍 JHS Morning Glory Overdrive 🤍 Death By Audio Supersonic Fuzz Gun 🤍 BilT Relevator 🤍 JHS "Loud Is More Good Amp" 🤍 Record Time: Beck - Morning Phase 🤍 Josh’s record player is by U-Turn Audio: 🤍 Josh's T-Shirt: 🤍 The jams from this episode are on BandLab! Head over to the link below to jam with us, download the stems, and create your own samples from our sounds... or all of those things. 🤍 #jhs #thejhsshow #guitarpedals
"It must be another Tube Screamer Clone because it's green" No, no, no no. A green color does not always indicate a tubescreamer clone. The Nobels ODR-1 has long been one of my favorite op amp overdrive circuits, and it's nothing like a ts9, ts808, or any other type of tubescreamer type circuit. It's quite original, dare I say "transparent" as a drive pedal, and has a nice, full body yet stays crunchy and crispy in milk. We've had a lot of folks ask us to come out with our take on this particular circuit, and the Wampler Belle is that particular take: 🤍
🤍 The Euphoria is my take on that elusive tone and feel made famous by "Dumble style Amplifiers" - smooth creaminess yet crunchy when you need it to be, yet the tonality is much more transparent than other “Dumble sounding" pedals. Very responsive tone controls that interact with the pedal - they don't just “color” the sound. The controls actually affect the response and feel of the pedal, just like a great tube amp. If you love the sound of your clean tone, and just wish you could have more “hair” on the note... a little bit of grit without any change in tonality, the Euphoria will do that with ease. PLUS it's extremely flexible... with the toggle switch in the down position you'll get a hint of fuzz along with the overdrive, it's reminiscent of the tones that "Eric Johnson" may use. With the toggle in the up position the tonality is super smooth, creamy yet crunchy when you dig into the strings. This is reminiscent to the famous “D style” tone, though it's really much, much more than that. In the center position, the toggle will give you tons of crunch, or roll the gain back a bit and push the volume up and you have a superior clean boost with a 2 band EQ that's extremely transparent, but variable so you can actually turn it into an awesome treble booster just by cranking up the treble and turning the bass down.
Zeke Clark, Edward Van Halen's longtime renowned guitar tech played through a pinnacle and this is what he had to say: "I've played tons of pedals that promised that "Brown Sound"... this pedal NAILS it better than anything I've ever heard or played." - Zeke Clark, former tech for Eddie Van Halen Sometimes you need extreme gain, sometimes you need mild overdrive...this pedal does that with an awesome "Brown Sound"! It has an extremely tweakable EQ - from scooped mids to tons of warm mids, all with the turn of 2 knobs. This pedal has 4 knobs two separate tone controls that act as a sort of parametric EQ, gain and volume. It also has a 'bright' switch that adds a ton of variety and is very handy when playing a dark sounding amp, as well as another toggle switch that will give you high gain "Brown Sound" tones. Pinnacle v. Pinnacle "deluxe" The Pinnacle and Pinnacle Deluxe share the same great tone. The difference comes in the form of a couple special features found on the Deluxe version that make it more involved for us to make, but which add some extra versatility for you. While the standard Pinnacle has a toggle switch to control its Gain Boost, the Pinnacle Deluxe has that same functionality on a foot switch, so you can kick it in without having to bend down in the middle of a song. The only other difference is that the Pinnacle Deluxe has an additional, internal volume adjustment (just in case you need to go to "11" on the output volume). Because of the added switch, the Pinnacle Deluxe is a little bit larger than the standard Pinnacle, something to keep in mind if you're running a packed pedal board. Which Pinnacle is right for you isn't a question of tone, because they both nail that coveted "Brown Sound"..! It just comes down to whether you need the special features found on the Pinnacle Deluxe, or prefer the smaller footprint of the standard Pinnacle.