Stompboxtober 3 Winners: Oct. 1 (Lovepedal): Ken Koldys of Phoenix, AZ Oct. 2 (T-Rex): Mike Stillwagon of Midland, MI Oct. 3 (Analog Man): Neil Kirtley of Nairn, Scotland Oct.
Stompboxtober 3 Winners:
Oct. 1 (Lovepedal): Ken Koldys of Phoenix, AZ
Oct. 2 (T-Rex): Mike Stillwagon of Midland, MI
Oct. 3 (Analog Man): Neil Kirtley of Nairn, Scotland
Oct. 4 (Ibanez): Williiam Moriarty of Brick, NJ
Oct. 5 (Stone Deaf): Robert Callahan of Providence, RI
Oct. 6 (VanAmps): Kley De Jong of West Des Moines, IA
Oct. 7 (Walrus Effects): Peter Knoot of San Carlos, CA
Oct. 8 (Whirlwind):Thomas Domino of Las Vegas, NV
Oct. 9 (Mad Professor): Jaime Barajas of Torreâ€”n, Co, Mexico
Oct. 10 (Tech 21):Darnell Wicks of Oak Park, MI; Jeff Russel of Odessa, TN; and James Gower of Fort Gibson, OK
Oct. 11 (Celestial Effects): Christopher Loseth of Sumner, WA
Oct. 12 (Source Audio): Dylan Slack of Chicago, IL
Oct. 13 (Pigtronix): Justin Butler of Portland, OR
Oct. 14 (Loud Button): Tony Medlin of Baton Rouge, LA
Oct. 15 (EHX):Parker Speirs of Provo, UT
Oct. 16 (Empress Effects): Stanislav Evmeshkin of Moscow, Russia
Oct. 17 (Peterson): Brian Loose of Gering, NE
Oct. 18 (Strymon): Dan Mulloy of Nanjemoy, MD
Oct. 19 (Full Custom Effects): Justin Phillips of Southbury, CT
Oct. 20 (Fulltone): Richard Gehring of South Bend, IN & Jim Rezac of Dover, DE
Oct. 21 (FX Pedal Jam Pedals):Jeff Tatreau of Chandler, AZ
Oct. 22 (Rockbox): Nicholas Jensen of Poway, CA
Oct. 23 (Pedaltrain): Neal Gardner of Greer, SC
Oct. 24 (Digitech): Steve Bramblett of Madison, AL
Oct. 25 (Snark): Bryan Wright of Hendersonville, TN; Michael Henningsen of Cedar Crest, NM; Mark Allard of Essex Junction, VT; Romy King of Saint Estephe, France; Laszlo Sztana of San Francisco, Ca
Oct. 26 (Jetter): Bill Davis of Lapel, IN
Oct. 27 (Diago Effects): Malcolm Bellino of Tahlequah, OK
Oct. 28 (Alairex): John Weber of Havre de Grace, MA
Oct. 29 (Big Joe Stompbox Co.): Nick Skinner of Calistoga, CA
Oct. 30 (Earthquaker): Barron Hardison of Plano, TX
Oct. 31 (SolidGoldFX): Michael Miller of Philadelphia, PA
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Sporting custom artwork etched onto the covers, the Railhammer Billy Corgan Z-One Humcutters are designed to offer a fat midrange and a smooth top end.
Billy Corgan was looking for something for heavier Smashing Pumpkins songs, so Joe Naylor designed the Railhammer Billy Corgan Z-One pickup. Sporting custom artwork etched onto the covers, the Railhammer Billy Corgan Z-One Humcutters have a fat midrange and a smooth top end. This pickup combines the drive and sustain of a humbucker with the percussive attack and string clarity of a P90. Get beefy P90 tone plus amp-pummeling output with the Railhammer Billy Corgan Z-One.
Patented Railhammer Pickups take passive guitar pickups to a new level with rails under the wound strings lead to tighter lows, and poles under the plain strings offer fatter heights. With increased clarity, the passive pickup’s tone is never sterile.
Railhammer Billy Corgan Signature Z-One Pickup Demo
For more information, please visit railhammer.com.
Designed for utmost comfort and performance, the Vertigo Ultra Bass is Mono’s answer to those who seek the ultimate gigging experience.
Complete with a range of game-changing design features, such as the patent-pending attachable FREERIDE Wheel System, premium water-resistant and reflective materials, shockproof shell structure and improved ergonomic features, the Vertigo Ultra Bass takes gear protection to the next level.
The Vertigo Ultra Bass features:
- Patent-pending FREERIDE Wheel System that allows for wheels to be attached on the case in no time, giving you the option to travel with it seamlessly
- Upgraded materials, including a water-resistant 1680D Ballistic Nylon outer shell, plush inner lining and new reflective trim for maximum backstage and night visibility
- Enhanced protection with a shockproof shell structure and heavy-duty water-resistant YKK zippers for protection from the elements
- Improved ergonomics and functionality including added back support and load-lifting detachable shoulder straps with side release buckles
- Flexible storage options with added space for touring essentials
Mojotone will manufacture and market over 60 of their speaker cabinets and amp kits as “Licensed by Fender.”
This partnership marks Fender's recognition of Mojotone’s dedication to its craft, quality of products, and dependability of knowledge. Beginning November 29th and ranging from $327 - $1,016.
Amplifiers were among the first products to wear the official Fender seal. A qualified electronics technician by trade, Leo Fender developed his iconic amplifiers during the mid-1940s putting innovation at the forefront. To this day, Leo’s influence and innovative spirit can still be heard in today’s amps, as that same iconic, clean Fender tone continues to color new music around the world. As a result, the process for completing the exclusive licensing deal required Fender to carefully audit Mojotone’s amplifier kits, wiring diagrams, electronics, hardware, construction methods, and more to ensure this innovation carried on through the partnership. Mojotone’s many years of intense research, quality production, and favorable reputation solidified the deal.
Mojotone has always been determined to provide its customer base with the most sought-after parts with their insider industry-knowledge. They have spent the last 25 years helping musicians recreate what they deem to be the most famous and easily-recognized tones and aesthetics in the music industry. When purchasing Mojotone products, like Fender products, customers can be assured of unmatched quality and craftsmanship.
For more information, please visit mojotone.com.