The Farmer's mill is an all-analog pedal aimed at players who are looking for more avant-garde and experimental sounds.

Poland (October 14, 2013) -- Farmer’s Mill is the first in the world, authentic and highly innovative guitar pedal which delivers exceptional sound breaking experience straight at your feet. Billed as the 100% Electric Mud Grinder Farmer’s Mill is the ultimate solution for players who seek for avant-garde musical expression tools. It makes your guitar sound like broken, set on fire and ran through a blown amp.

Improved and expanded Farmer’s Mill comes in white and orange finishes and offers the following features:

  • True Random Technology | adjustable pure analog chaos / randomness generator
  • Full Range Mill | breaks the whole audio spectrum
  • Low Range Mill | selects only the low frequencies to be broken
  • TNT | tube dedicated boost activated when the Mill comes in action
  • Versatile footswitch | momentary when on hold, double-click to turn on permanently
  • True Bypass

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• Understand how to map out the neck in seven positions.
• Learn to combine legato and picking to create long phrases.
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