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Pedalmania 2015 Week 3
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Enter for your chance to be one of 6 winners during week 3 of Pedalmania! Giveaway ends September 22, 2014. Entries will be accepted from anywhere in the world where permitted by law. One winner will be drawn.
The items that we are giving away are a Custom Cable Loom And Pedaltrain Interface Panel
The winner will need to contact Best-Tronics and let them know what they want in it. It is custom built their specification; Therefore they would let Best-Tronics know the length, types of cables, and types of connections on the panel and loom. Then we would build it based on their spec.
Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Big Muff Pi - Value: $159.54
Randall RGOD - Value: $299
2 Channel FET preamp pedal with Gain 1/Gain 2, Full EQ-Bass/Mid/treb/pres, Bass Boost, Mid Scoop, Tone Stack Shift, True Bypass, Runs on any 9-15v Supply
(Includes PPS1 15vDC supply). Two Notes software included.
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Caroline Guitar Co. Kilobyte from Vintage King Audio - Value: $199.95
Caroline Guitar Company and Vintage King have once again teamed up for a series of limited run guitar pedals, this time setting their sights on redesigning the Kilobyte. Throwing practicality out the window, the pedal’s designers used the PT-2399 delay chip, usually reserved for cheap karaoke machines, to deliver a layer of lo-fi sound. Pushing delay times to 500ms, this pedal has a dirty echo that can unhinge with breakneck oscillation at the push of the momentary switch.
With a new sheen, exclusive to Vintage King, the Kilobyte – Vintage Komputer comes replete with nostalgia intact. The pedal’s brown knobs and khaki casing recall the earliest computers, while the knob control graphics look like something straight out of your local barcade. Packed with the same circuitry and sound as the original, this new spin on the Kilobyte is an essential pickup for anyone whose personal aesthetic leans toward Commodore 64.
The Descent was designed to create ambient textures of sound, from thick and endless hall reverbs to symphonic shimmers. The Descent is a three mode reverb system; hall, reverse, and shimmer. In each mode, the user has the ability to feed +1 and -1 octaves into the reverberated signal. The Hall mode will feature a classic reverb sound that can move your signal from a small-room-echo to a haunting long hall- echo. The Reverse mode smoothly flips your signal to playback unique responses and can be manipulated with pre-delay time controls. Shimmer mode highlights the octave features, dry signal, -1, and +1 to mix in your signal and creates a symphony of sound.
The Descent offers you eight controls to precisely hone in your perfect reverb. In addition, the user can use an auxiliary momentary switch in the fav input to switch the pedal on/off and/or save presets. If you have an already crowded pedal board, you can set your Descent at the back of the board and run a small SPST switch to the front of the board so you don’t lose valuable real estate. The Fav input requires a TRS cable to be used. The expression pedal control works with most on-the-shelf expression pedals. This feature allows the user to set the high and low parameters of each control and then fade in and out the those controls by moving your foot up or down on the expression pedal.’