New DM87 Series – Budget Boutique Line

A new boutique budget line Are you a little short on cash, but you still want a quality, authentic hand-built Demonic Machines circuit? We’ve got you! We are re-imagining our budget boutique line. The new DM87 Series will be a range of budget boutique effects that will be available for $87 each. We thought long andContinue reading “New DM87 Series – Budget Boutique Line”

Confession time: I feel like a total clown because I’m finding I like the tone of my $50 Fuzz more than my $375 Coven. : guitarpedals

Confession time: I feel like a total clown because I’m finding I like the tone of my $50 Fuzz more than my $375 Coven. : guitarpedals Confession time: I feel like a total clown because I’m finding I like the tone of my $50 Fuzz more than my $375 Coven. : guitarpedals You, too, canContinue reading “Confession time: I feel like a total clown because I’m finding I like the tone of my $50 Fuzz more than my $375 Coven. : guitarpedals”

On the Ethics of Cloning

[Author’s note: When I wrote this article, I was unaware of the specific practices and misdeeds of certain companies. It should be noted that I am, at most, ambivalent towards any builder or company that I mention in this article (with the exception of my own company, obviously). After all, there is no ethical consumptionContinue reading “On the Ethics of Cloning”

Pete Cornish: Case Against “True Bypass”

The following is an article written by the legendary pedal builder, Pete Cornish, in 2003. You can find the original at http://www.petecornish.co.uk/case_against_true_bypass.html. “Hey Pete, do you use True Bypass?” Look out there’s a lecture coming: The “true bypass” function, which is promoted by some, can create dreadful problems with a system that uses many pedals.Continue reading “Pete Cornish: Case Against “True Bypass””