Source Audio Releases “Vertigo Tremolo”

At camp Daft Paragon, we’re fans of Source Audio (and any manufacturer doing something different from the norm), so we definitely took note when an email from them hit our inbox and announced a new pedal. Check out the Vertigo Tremolo, which combines three tremolos in one familiar stomp box format. Here’s what they say… Continue reading Source Audio Releases “Vertigo Tremolo”

Little Looper Shootout

In the past year, and especially very recently, we’ve seen several new loop pedals hit the scene.  All of them boast a very small footprint and super simple operation.  Oh, and low prices!  With each pedal seemingly so stripped down you might wonder what the difference there is between them.  We’re here to help sort… Continue reading Little Looper Shootout

Wisconsin Pride: Monarch Pedalboards say Goodbye to Velcro

It’s really hard to get excited about pedalboards.  You’re paying $300+ for some plastic/wood with carpet on it.  Then you’re going to velcro your pedals to it, destroying the resale value of your effects in the process 1.  That velcro will lose its grab over time.  It will infuriate you when you remember how much… Continue reading Wisconsin Pride: Monarch Pedalboards say Goodbye to Velcro

Boost, Distortion and Fuzz – What’s the Difference

To the ears, it’s quite easy to hear the difference between boost, distortion and fuzz.  Boost adds to the volume, generally makes your tone a bit brighter.  We’ll often use a boost during those times when the rest of the band is loud, and you need the high end of the guitar to cut through.… Continue reading Boost, Distortion and Fuzz – What’s the Difference