It's January! It's 2020! What's going on?

Preorder slots for the Woozy are full! We’ll be opening more up in February.

Here is an awesome Woozy vid from Pedals and Chill to get you in the mood!

The Skitter is on its way!

We’re launching the Skitter on Friday the 7th of February!

Demos are on their way and the Skitter now has its own page! It’ll retail at $225 and we’ll be building them every month like we do with the Woozy.

Here’s a wee teaser video from Anne Sulikowski!

What is the Skitter?

It’s a tremolo/ reverb.

It has the same powerful LFO as the Woozy with all its fun waveforms and tap tempo.

The dry (unaffected) channel has a switch to turn the tremolo on or off and a volume knob.

The reverb also has a switch to turn tremolo on or off and a volume knob. It also has a three way low pass filtering switch so you can have a bright, medium or dark reverb.

The tremolo switches allow you to have any combination of tremolo for your two signal paths. So you can have tremolo on your dry signal, but not on your reverb or vice versa. You can have tremolo on both or neither.

But that’s not all! The kilter switch dictates whether the tremolo on the reverb is in sync with your dry signal (meaning they both get loud or quiet at the same time) OR whether it mirrors the tremolo of your dry signal (meaning that as your dry signal gets quieter your reverb gets louder and vice versa), giving you a sound that swings between the dry and reverb signals!

We have a Colouring Book!

And it’s totally free of charge! Here’s what we’ve got so far, hit the link above to download them, then just get colouring!

Any hints as to what else might be coming this year?

We have a bunch of plans for stuff, and a few things we worked on last year that are ready to go (when the time is right). Those things may include…

A deluxe version of the fettle boost

A few collaborations

the return of the hand samwitch

some more modulation

the best damn utility pedal you ever did see

there’s a slim possibility that there might more along the lines of delay and reverb

There will be Skitters and Woozies every month too!