NPD: NoiseKICK FX "Gritty Hall"
So I was cruising the Baltimore craigslist and I found a Russian Muff clone. Nothing special as an effect, but this one had a vintage scene from the early 1900's Baltimore fire on it. I'm originally from Chicago, but I've grown a soft spot for the Charm City in the years that I've lived and gigged here. When I contacted the seller, it was gone, but he did mention that he was the builder, and that he made customer pedals...
I'm normally a direct in guy, but I've been looking for a compressor for a while, and got the idea that it would be fun to have a compressor and a fuzz. The builder, NoiseKICK FX said that I could have it as an all in one.
May I introduce "Gritty Hall"
From his Facebook page (including some feedback from me)
Classic BMP distortion + Compressor
The artwork on this custom pedal depicts Baltimore City Hall.
This is a custom for Paul P, bassist of the local Baltimore band The Deckards.
A few words from Paul on his custom pedal:
“The compressor adds grit and a "big" sound without blowing everything else out of the water.
The fuzz side is instant Weezer/Stoner rock. I couldn't be happier. This thing rocks. I'm totally using it every time we play out and on the new record we are recording. Thanks again for everything!”
It’s my pleasure, Paul!
On the right is a classic big muff distortion circuit with a 3 way toggle allowing for flat, boosted, or scooped mids.
On the left is a smooth and simple compressor. Volume and sustain controls.
Each effect can be used independently or together.
Effects order toggle switch (on the front side of the pedal) allows you to change the order of the effects on the fly. Have the compressor going into the distortion or the distortion going into the fuzz.
email email@example.com to order your own custom pedal!
The builder - http://www.facebook.com/noisekickfx
My band - http://www.facebook.com/TheDeckards
|Bunk McNulty ||06-12-2013 06:34 AM |
|willbassyeah ||06-12-2013 07:27 AM |
I will buy that just for the graphic on that :)
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