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  • Handmade pedals?

    Google sucks.

    I put in "handmade guitar pedals" and it brought up all this crap for zzounds, harmony central, and other useless links that aren't what I'm looking for (unless I missed something, and I may have)

    BUT, I know you guys always know where the real deal is at concerning lesser known or indie manufacturers...so could you point me in the direction of some quality handmade guitar pedals?
    (I'm aware of Keeley and Zvex..so don't bother with them...)


    In case you're wondering, and I know you are, this sudden urge to find handmade guitar pedals was spurred by the sampling of an Austone Fuzz Nutz pedal at a local guitar store. Those things are so fuzzy! I love 'em! Fixin' to buy one too...if you haven't tried one out, you really should.

    Anyway, point me in the direction of those handmade goodies!

  • #2
    Musictoyz has one of the larger selections online.
    "music heals"
    facebook

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    • #3
      Wow!

      I guess you guys really don't know where this kinda stuff is...

      Anyway, thanks Curly, I'll check 'em out.

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      • #4
        Moment

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        • #5
          Well:
          http://www.frantone.com/
          http://www.foxroxelectronics.com/
          http://www.petecornish.co.uk/
          http://www.roger-mayer.co.uk/
          Here is a few ones to look at.

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          • #6
            Try Guitarist Magazine (British)...

            Every month the publish a new device that you can make at home and most of them are real great.
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            • #7
              Here's a couple more:

              www.muzique.com
              Doug Hammond
              Aron Nelsons Stompbox page

              And, you can always click on the link in my sig, and scroll down to the DIY section. (Do it yourself.)

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              • #8
                www.tonefactor.com

                www.vintagetoneproject.com

                www.generalguitargadgets.com

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