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Guitar Pedals

Overview


This group of guides is all going to be about showing you which pedals you may want to try getting.

Though, it’s definitely important to note that you either don’t need any pedals at all, or you might only need a few. Particularly since probably the 80s, players have these vast, intimidating pedalboards, but you certainly don’t need those to get started with electric guitars. For example, if you look at photos of Hendrix at Woodstock, he only had a wah, a fuzz face, and maybe one or two other pedals. And greats like Derek Trucks don’t even like plugging into a tuner pedal, feeling that, when it comes to his sound, the pedals “knock it down”.

Just wanted to mention the above in case you feel forced to buy pedals by some external pressures. With that being said, adding new sonic possibilities with pedals is also quite a bit of fun! From compressors to delays to ring modulators, you can quite easily make your guitar not sound like a guitar, so that your music is like pure alchemy.

For beginners who aren’t sure which pedals to buy, it might be best to start by checking out digital multi-effects pedals, which allow you to digitally model tons of pedals, all-in-one pedal. From there, once you find out what you like, you can try getting the analog versions of those sounds in individual pedals.

Hope you find this module helpful for your sonic needs!

Cheers,

Blah148


Lessons (10)

Multi-Effect Processors

⏱ 1 Hr

Looper Pedals

⏱ 1 Hr

Compressor Pedals

⏱ 1 Hr

Volume Pedals

⏱ 1 Hr

Wah Pedals

⏱ 1 Hr

Reverb Pedals

⏱ 1 Hr

Distortion Pedals

⏱ 1 Hr

Delay Pedals

⏱ 1 Hr

Chorus Pedals

⏱ 1 Hr

Pedal Boards

⏱ 1 Hr