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ThePedalGuy Presents the Lollygagger Canaglia Overdrive Pedal

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ThePedalGuy Presents the Lollygagger Canaglia Overdrive Pedal

We've had the Canaglia for a few weeks now and truth be told, we've had a hard time putting it down. It's one of those pedals that just shines and has a truly unique tone and feature set. We hope you enjoy this video as we certainly had a lot of fun making it.

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New to ThePedalGuy, the NUX Loop Core Deluxe

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New to ThePedalGuy, the NUX Loop Core Deluxe

We've been having a great time digging into the NUX pedals, and when we came across the Loop Core Deluxe, we did a double take. Not only does this pedal have all of the looping features you could want in a small compact package, but it also includes a separate footswitch, making it a truly complete package that's hard to beat at $149.99 Have a look and see for yourself.  

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Exploring the New Headrush Firmware - Looper Location

Exploring the New Headrush Firmware - Looper Location

The Headrush has been a sizable hit, we've had a hard time keeping up with demand here at ThePedalGuy. Since shooting our first series of videos for the Headrush, InMusic has released two firmware updates that add some great new features, including an important update to the Looper. You can now place the Looper at the front of the signal chain (Pre), or at the end of the signal chain (Post). This enables you to really sculpt out some great sound design by offering the ability to replace effects or amps in real time without needing to re-record the loop. ...

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New to ThePedalGuy - The NUX Roctary Rotary Overdrive, and Octave FX Pedal

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New to ThePedalGuy - The NUX Roctary Rotary Overdrive, and Octave FX Pedal

New to ThePedalGuy, the NUX Roctary

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Let's Build A Pedalboard Pt. 2 - Power Supplies, Tuners, and Lighting

Let's Build A Pedalboard Pt. 2 - Power Supplies, Tuners, and Lighting

In the first installment, we covered selecting your pedalboard. And now that you have that empty pedalboard staring at you like a blank canvas, it’s time to start populating the pedalboard with a selection of pedals. In this installment, we’ll look at some utility solutions, starting with power supplies. While the power supply doesn’t produce tones, a poorly made power supply can certainly alter your tone by introducing unwanted electrical noise and hum into your signal chain. That said, you’re going to want to look for a power supply that offers enough outlets for your pedals and uses quality components....

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