A great demo of the Pumpkin Pi by our friend Mr Paul Glover. Be warned its not for the faint hearted as there’s some pretty brutal tone shenanigans & dirty riffs going down.
Hi folks, this week sees the official launch of the new ‘Purple Maize’ phaser pedal. Here’s a great demo by ‘JustNick’ showing you what a great pedal it is. Further updates & brand new page for the ‘Purple Maize’ later in the week.
Rabea Massaad a highly talented young guitarist from the band Dorje, has included our Cornstar pedal in a shootout demo on his youtube channel. Bea to his friends, has the Cornstar plugged into a Marshall JVM & is playing a really nice PRS custom 24. We appreciate the support shown by Bea to small pedal companies & fully agree with his sentiments about us giving you, the customers, that extra little bit of care & consideration when building our pedals. Each one is lovingly hand build by ourselves & not produced in some faceless factory. Enjoy.
Sophie McDonnell and Stuart Allen are two talented local musicians who have been with us from day one. Sophie & Stuart are bases in York and play with ‘The Blueprints‘ and ‘Freak + Geeks‘. Both groups have a large local following & can be found gigging regularly in the Leeds & York areas.
Stuart favours using the ‘Dirty Radish‘ on his board and is quoted as saying:
My Dirty Radish is ALWAYS on, it makes my rig sound how I want it to sound. Big, full, bright and everything in between. Its a keeper.
Sophie uses the Pumpkin Pi and the Fuzzy Pickle on her board to get some deep down dirty fuzzy loving tone playing her baritone guitar in Freak + Geeks
‘JustNick’ explores the Pumpkin Pi in this great demo.
‘JustNick’ shows us around the Fuzzy Pickle in this YouTube demo.
Nick Jaffe ‘JustNick’ shows off the Dirty Radish in this YouTube review.
Nick Jaffe of ‘JustNick’ youtube fame has done a fantstic review of the Cornstar. Nick goes in to great depth & explores the Cornstars’ capabilities.
Paul Glover combines the Dirty Radish with the Fuzzy Pickle in a great demo review of both pedals.
Paul Glover has done an honest review of the Cornstar