My dear friend Alex told me I should mention what kind of gear I'm using for my Youtube videos.
So, here it goes for the fetishist shit list; I'll go in detail through all the gear I'm using in the videos, and then for prototyping/designing/testing my pedals.
For the videos:Unless mentioned, the picture above shows my recording set-up for Youtube videos. That means: An Ibanez J-Custom, the pedal, a Koch Studiotone, and a TC Impact twin. Then it goes into my DAW where absolutely nothing is done apart from gain settings. You should notice there's no microphone involved: because I've got neighbors, you know... So I'm using the Studiotone's red box recording output. The red box is a passive analogue microphone and speaker simulator. But it's also a load box, so I can put a fair amount of volume, cut the amp's speaker and record at low volume. I use to have a red bean shaped device who could have done the same, but I like the red box way better... Oh and the amp set-up is clean channel, flat Eq.
During pedal design:Guitars:
> Did we told you that we ship worldwide?
> Zorglidays! : Zorg Effects will be closed from the 18th of December to the 7th of January. You can still place an order, I'll process them upon my return. > Important notice! : Blow!Blow!!Blow!!! is back on a pre-sale order only. More information on the product page. > Important notice! : Due to a large number of orders there's two weeks of delay between your order and shipment for all pedals. > UK customers : Be aware that since brexit UK customs will charge you around £49 to import a Blow! with full options.
Zorg's test and demo gear.