How I Use Buffer Pedals

If you are using a passive instrument, such as a guitar or passive bass, a buffer is arguably one of the most important pedals to get a good sound. Passive instruments typically provide a high-impedance output. This means that; as the length of the cable(s) between your guitar & amp increases, your tone quality decreases. … Continue reading How I Use Buffer Pedals

Pedal Brand Ranking

In this post, I will share my subjective opinion on pedal companies. Obviously, every company has exceptionally good / bad pedals. The list below contains my impression of their average / common products. Multi-effect units typically lack a high quality sounds; therefore, this article is limited with single effect pedals that I have personally used … Continue reading Pedal Brand Ranking

Fender CS 1960 vs Flea Bass

What’s similar? Body shape Truss rod Stacked VTVT design Lightweight To my ears; both have less high-mids and more low-mids. Compared to a regular VVT jazz bass, I could get closer to the P-Bass thump. They are meant to look old, so I don’t mind damaging the finish by accidental hits Tuners work in reverse, … Continue reading Fender CS 1960 vs Flea Bass

Surplus of Expensive Guitars

In this post, I will share my opinions on the reasons why some guitars are significantly more expensive than others. I will also discuss if high price is correlated to a high quality, and if low price is correlated to a low quality. Why Expensive? Producing some of the most expensive basses on the market, … Continue reading Surplus of Expensive Guitars