When it comes to Rock Guitar, the 80's is my favorite era of tone. The watery chorus pedals, the solid state guitars, the teased up hair, the spandex....ok, not so much the spandex. I wanted to show you guys how to get that classic 80's tone with the NuX MG-300. At $150, this pedal is just too goo to pass up. It's truly a karma chameleon of tone!
At long last, here's part 3 of our ongoing series of using pedals with synths! In this video, we're using an Arturia Microbrute SE analog synth with the following pedals: * Digitech Freqout * Lounsberry Organ Grinder* NuX Flanger Core* NuX Monterey Vibe* NuX Roctary with Expression* Fuzzrocious Afterlife v2* DOD RubberneckWe're also playing guitar, which is plugged into a Hotone Heart Attack amp and routed to the MicroBrute audio input. And most of the pedals are powered via the Ortega Octopus.
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.
We recently brought in Deep Trip pedals from Brazil. We found them at this years’ Winter NAMM show and have been patiently waiting for their arrival ever since placing our initial order. Even from the noisy showroom floor, we could hear something different in these pedals. They looked great, were ruggedly constructed, and had a sound that was blissfully retro in both tone and vibe. Little did we know that US customers were also anxiously waiting for Deep Trip to land in the US. ThePedalGuy brought in a modest amount of inventory to help start the excitement but sold through...