Everybody always wants me to post pics of my pedalboard. I don't. Because it isn't beautiful. It isn't organized. It isn't in order. It isn't much. It's actually very much just like me. But it is functional, easy, and awesome shit. L-R top: Keeley super modulation something something, TC electronics David Hasselhoff signature series reverb pedal, JHS superbolt (backup), JHS RubyRed ?R prototype (backup) Bottom row: Caroline kilobyte delay, JHS ?R signature pedal (soon to be released!), JHS Muffaletta sandwich fuzz, JHS colorbox, TC tuner. I don't play with a lot of gain. The amp is overdriving slightly. I play kinda hard. My fingers are caveman carrots. I can honestly say tho, if you like what to hear on the new record and live, 90% of that is my signature ?R pedal (coming out in the next week or so)more
I wasn't sure what to expect since the signature artist isn't really someone known for playing dirty really but this is a lot of fun and sounds great. The ability to change the order of the drive and boost allow for stacking options that take it from fairly high gain to a weird fuzz that's musical and fun.
Butch Walker is my favorite performer, artist, producer, etc. I already liked JHS pedals so I knew Iw as getting this as soon as it came out. Love this pedal. Great sounds and versatile. Currently using it on my smaller/fly board as my main foundation drive.