Sorry it’s a tad blurry! The new pedals are the 3 at the bottom right. The Louder, Scream, and Scruzz are the “always on” versions of the More Louder, Screamer, and Screamer Fuzz. At the bottom is the Pedal Board Tamer which adds true bypass and noiseless switching. The big white pedal is the old Route 66 in the metal chassis. Sounds better than the newer Visual Sound stuff, IMO. And the big black thing is a Line 6 M9. I use it for most mod and delay effects, with the Tap a Whirl and DD5 filling in the gaps. Lastly, this is the first time in 11 years I’ve done a show without a Fulldrive 2 overdrive. That’s how highly I think of the new Cusack distortions!more
The Cusack Music Tap-A-Whirl is a tremolo pedal. You can see the Tap-A-Whirl in the picture which I included on the left. This is a photo of one of Brad's pedalboards when he was still with Third Day. You can have a better look at this pedalboard here. The Tap-A-Whirl is the pedal on the far right, bottom row. You can have a closer look at this pedal here. On this image you can clearly see all of the pedal's knobs and controls.more
The Tap-A-Whirl V3 is a great pedal. It may be a bit confusing cause of the option knob and it takes tie to get familiar with the capabilities and settings however when you find your sound, no other trem will sound anything like it. Cusack gear is top quality. I have heard that the Diamond trem is the only other existing analogue tap tremolo, but people say it sounds different. I dig the Cusack, but like I have said: take some time to get used to it, some might think there are too many knobs on it. Anyway the sound is awesome.