Deep Space Devices Unveils the Red Ghost Distortion

The company's first pedal is a high-gain stomp with a single knob and two toggle switches that control the tone.

Gadsden, AL (April 9, 2018) -- As this being the beginning of the company, Deep Space Devices came prepared to release fury upon us all in the best way possible with a hi-gain distortion, the Red Ghost, that brings massive sound with a swathe of brutal tones.

Designed to appeal to stoner rock and shoegaze enthusiasts, the Red Ghost offers menacing options to your tone. With the single knob, “Horde”, you have the control to rattle the earth to its core. As for the duel-toggle switches, “Shake” and “Mass”, the power of tone & bass trembles is in your hands.

Features:

  • Single knob controlling the overall volume and gain – “Horde” – as well as dual-toggle switches giving you options of a diode switcher – “Shake” – and treble focused or bass boost – “Mass”.
  • Die-cast titanium cases offer exceptional durability for all players
  • True bypass on/off switch
  • 9-volt operation and standard DC input

The Red Ghost pedal carry street prices of $95.00 and can be purchased directly from the Deep Space Devices online store at www.deepspacedevices.com.

For more information:
Deep Space Devices

Equipped with noise reduction and noise gate modes, the Integrated Gate has a signal monitoring function that constantly monitors the input signal.

Read MoreShow less

Luthier Maegen Wells recalls the moment she fell in love with the archtop and how it changed her world.

The archtop guitar is one of the greatest loves of my life, and over time it’s become clear that our tale is perhaps an unlikely one. I showed up late to the archtop party, and it took a while to realize our pairing was atypical. I had no idea that I had fallen head-over-heels in love with everything about what’s commonly perceived as a “jazz guitar.” No clue whatsoever. And, to be honest, I kind of miss those days. But one can only hear the question, “Why do you want to build jazz guitars if you don’t play jazz?” so many times before starting to wonder what the hell everyone’s talking about.

Read MoreShow less

A modern take on Fullerton shapes and a blend of Fender and Gibson attributes strikes a sweet middle ground.

A stylish alternative to classic Fender profiles that delivers sonic versatility. Great playability.

Split-coil sounds are a little on the thin side. Be sure to place it on the stand carefully!

$1,149

Fender Player Plus Meteora HH
fender.com

4
4
4.5
4.5

After many decades of sticking with flagship body shapes, Fender spent the last several years getting more playful via their Parallel Universe collection. The Meteora, however, is one of the more significant departures from those vintage profiles. The offset, more-angular profile was created by Fender designer Josh Hurst and first saw light of day as part of the Parallel Universe Collection in 2018. Since then, it has headed in both upscale and affordable directions within the Fender lineup—reaching the heights of master-built Custom Shop quality in the hands of Ron Thorn, and now in this much more egalitarian guise as the Player Plus Meteora HH.

Read MoreShow less
x