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Live Long And Prosper

Today again we avoid the distortion type of effects. We never had a phaser here on the blog, so today we have one: the well known MXR Phase 90. Let's have a quick overview of the different types of modulations. The amplitude modulation is the...

Hope

The DIY community does not have many choices when it comes to reverbs. Basically the only option is to use the Belton BTDR IC. Which is not necessarily a big problem, as the mentioned IC has quite good sound qualities, so its success is not...

8Ball

I've had a lot of overdrives over the years, they kept coming and going. Some of them I used for a longer time and some only survived a few rehearsals on my board. The current favourite is the Keeler Push - with some modifications. In...

Cashmere

And again Brian Wampler...

The Tone Of The Plexi

Yet again a distortion effect that aims to sound like a Marshall Plexi. Today we have a variation of the popular Plexitone from Carl Martin: Madbean's Boneyard II. How does it sound? Pretty good :) It has the "marshallesque" character, a bit nasal, rich in...

Kingbee

I'm a big fan of the low gain distortion effects. I think they are more versatile and if higher gain is needed, then they can be simply stacked. Well, maybe not the best solution for death metal, but in rock or blues I think such...