Stompbox Exhibit



Brooklyn, NY - This fall, The Deli NYCDelicious Audio and Main Drag Music will present the 2013 edition of The Brooklyn Stomp Box Exhibit, a free, interactive display of guitar effect pedals.

Hosted once again at Main Drag Music in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York, the exhibit will be open from noon to 9 p.m. October 19 and 20, and will overlap with the CMJ Music Marathon 2013, a music industry convention that brings thousands of musicians and bands to New York City every year.

PARTICIPATING MANUFACTURERS

Analogman
BearFoot FX
Black Cat Pedals
DigiTech
DIY Kits
DMB Pedals
Dutch Kazoo
Earthquaker Devices
El Rey Pedals
Electro Harmonix
Keeley Electronics
Eventide
Fuzzrocious Pedals
Godlyke
JAM Pedals"
Line 6
Main Ace FX
MI Audio
Moog
Rainger FX
Selah
SmallsoundBigsound
Solid Gold Fx
Strymon
T-Rex
TC Electronic
TSVG Pedals
VL Effects
WMD
Walrus Audio
Wampler
 

THE MIXED BOARDS

Mixed Boards organized by effect will also allow musicians to quickly compare similar pedals to each other. For the first time, this year the distortion pedals, organized in separate mixed boards,  will be plugged into real amps in two Iso Booths.


SPONSORS

Headphones will be provided by Shure, pedalboards by Pedaltrain, amplification by PreSonus, cables by Planet Waves.

OKNOB will lend a bunch of their useful levers to easily control the pedals' knobs with the feet.

BRING YOUR OWN GUITAR!

Musicians are invited to bring their own guitars and plug them in directly into the pedal boards. They will be able to test the pedals and hear the results directly in the headphones, which will be plugged into an amp emulation unit.

Here are some photos from last year’s edition.

Sign up here for a priority pass, and stay tuned for more news.

Head here for more info -- or visit the event's Facebook page.

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