Musikmesse Frankfurt 2012
Here's the list of new pedals shown or announced during Musikmesse 2012, March 21-24 in Frankfurt, Germany.
Craig Anderton is working on next generation pedals!
At Musikmesse I also met Craig Anderton, a well-known musician, producer, Editor-in-Chief on Harmony Central,...
But he is also the designer of the Seamoon Funk Machine, Tube Sound Fuzz (on which the Way Huge Red Llama and a lot of other pedals are based), Quadrafuzz,... and wrote a lot of DIY articles and books.
Craig told me about a series of analog next generation pedals he's working on and when he says that, it means something, both because he's not a marketing guy and because of his previous realizations. Plus he told me some details that make me very eager to try them!
I can't tell you all details, so I asked Craig to tell you directly what he wants to share about this:
Craig Anderton asked me to present an overview of the new guitar effects pedals at Musikmesse:
- My overview for Harmony-Central (Thanks Craig!)
Some videos made at the booths:
- Carl Martin (overview of the new pedals)
- CIOKS Chokolate (overview)
- Electro-Harmonix Crying Tone Pedal (demo)
- Electro-Harmonix SuperEgo Synth Engine (demo)
- Greenhouse Effects RetroSky Delay (part 1: intro)
- Greenhouse Effects RetroSky Delay (part 2: demo)
- Mad Professor Electric Blue Chorus (part 1: intro)
- Mad Professor Electric Blue Chorus (part 2: demo)
- Mooer Audio Liquidiver (demo)
- Mooer Audio micro pedals (demo of 9 of the micro pedals)
- RotoSound Fuzz
- Paul Lenders Guitarsystems (pedal overview, including 2 new pedals)
- T-Rex Effects (overview of the new pedals)
- Yerasov SCS (Secret Cable System) series (introduction)