One of the first ever proper effects pedals we ever released, the Little Horn, gets an upgrade this month. We needed a circuit board fabrication run, having sold all of the v1.0 PCBs, and thought we’d use this opportunity to improve the pedal. We’ve changed the circuit so that turning the Boost control no longer…Details
Exciting news for anyone with a Roland Amp, a Boss RC series looper, or any Boss effects pedal which makes use of a dual momentary footswitch – the Skinny Little Twins just got updated so that now, you’re able to choose between soft-touch and hard click footswitches, with each coming in Normally Open and Normally…Details
One of the great things about the Dark Triad Overdrive / Distortion Pedal is how surprisingly subtle it can be. You can even use it as a pre-amp to sculpt your tone, perhaps by boosting the mids to cut through a mix, or by using it as a high pass filter to get rid of some of the unnecessary bass tones for more manageable levels during practice.Details
Following on from the Angel of Blues Overdrive Pedal at the beginning of the year, through the Angel of Rock Distortion Pedal in November, we’ve just announced this little beauty: smaller, more affordable, yet several stages more aggressive that its angelic cousins, this is SAINT DOOM. He’s a terrifying fuzz pedal, designed to bring the hairiest, filthiest…Details
Bless its heart, it was looking a little abandoned. But now the Murder One XLR Killswitch has been updated; we’ve tinkered with the circuitry which means he’s now completely safe to use with condenser microphones with phantom power, and he’s totally noiseless and pop-free. We’ve also added the option to include and off / on…Details
This little beauty is the Angel of Rock. it was designed to be the greatest and best rock distortion pedal you can possibly get hold of, with a tone reminiscent of the Marshall JTM45. Simple to use, with Drive, Tone, and Volume knobs, a Rhythm / Lead toggle switch and a three-position Bass Tamer toggle…Details
Greeting tone chasers!
The Tone King, YouTube’s premier independent guitar gear reviewer, has done us a massive favour (or, as he would say, favor) by reviewing the Little Horn clean boost pedal for us.
No words! Let’s just video!Details
Something Loud This Way Comes We have been waiting an absolute age to drop this bomb. The Little Horn Clean Boost – the only guitar boost pedal you’ll ever need – is live. The Little Horn is something we’ve been working on for a long time, and we’ve spent that time carefully selecting exactly which…Details
For all those of you who told us that you needed two true bypass loops in a single, stylish box, we at Vein-Tap.com now have you covered. Our Gallows Dual True Bypass Looper is a beautiful, small-footprint way to clean up your signal, or to switch in two separate, independent banks of pedals all at…Details
The Tone King, guitar gear reviewer extraordinaire, has kindly taken time to dedicate an entire review – out of his amazing, annual 30 Pedals in 30 Days series – to Vein-Tap.com gear! We were hoping that he’d like our pedals, and it certainly seems as though he did! We’d like to say thank you to the Tone King personally – and get subscribed to his YouTube channel, youtube.com/user/lmsjr, immediately!Details
YouTube’s Awesomest Gear Reviewer Reviews 30 Pedals for Every Day of December
Everyone in the guitar gear world knows how awesome The Tone King is at creating fantastic reviews and demos of the most awesome amps, guitars, pedals and accessories. For the last two years we at Vein-Tap.com have been following TTK, having found his 30 Pedals in 30 Days series especially cool. Hurricane Sandy may have delayed 30 Pedals from its usual November slot, but it couldn’t keep such an awesome series away completely. We’re really looking forward to what TTK’s got to offer this year (we’re especially looking forward to the 6th of this month!) Get on over to YouTube, subscribe, and get watching. That is all!
We’ve just released a brand new pedal, the Little Splitter. He’s the SEPARATOR’s little brother in that he’s a simple A/B switch: you can choose two inputs / outputs to go to a common destination. By which we mean, you can use the Little Splitter to send one guitar to two amps to choose between,…Details
Doesn’t time fly when you’re having an awesome time of it? Today marks not only the one year anniversary of Vein-Tap.com – it also marks the day you can make some sweet savings. Vein-Tap.com only wants to get you rocking, so as a birthday treat, we’ve decided to release a 15% off coupon as a…Details
Mr. Bond was kind enough to take time to review the Murder One killswitch pedal – he made some very cool doom riffs with it, showing his skills, and seemed to like what the M1 can do!
Check out the video here.Details
Having left it a while since the Noose True Bypass Looper, we’ve decided to launch the mighty SEPARATOR AB/Y switch. The SEPARATOR will split your signal to two outputs, which can then be selected one, the other, or both. The SEPARATOR has dual LED indicators to let you know which outs are selected, to take…Details
We’re on a roll! Another beautiful new product from Vein-Tap.com this time comes in the form of the Noose, our True Bypass Looper. Give the Noose True Bypass Looper‘s Product Page a look if you’d like to clean up your signal path, or switch in a bank of pedals with just one footswitch strike.Details
Well, this is out of the blue. But hey, when you’ve got a good idea, no use in keeping it to yourself, is there? THIS is the Murder One. It’s beautiful, it’s handy as hell and it’s one of the most cost-effective ways to spice up your playing. Check out the Murder One Killswitch pedal…Details
Now then, now then. Here at Vein-Tap.com, we’re not used to repeating ourselves (ahem) or pushing old products into new packages and calling them “new” (this one actually is true). However, we realised that the Vein Tap 2, the dual output tap tempo pedal we offer, could do with just a little tweaking. That’s why…Details
We’ve just released a video demonstrating the awesome powers of our fantastic new pedal, the Leech Passive Volume Attenuator. Check it out, as the young people of today say;Details
Ladies and Gentlemen, we here at Vein-Tap.com are beyond thrilled to announce The Leech. It’s a great little switch that can bleed a beautiful crunch or clean sound out of a lead amp channel, adding an extra dimension to your playing dynamics.
Check The Leech Passive Volume Attenuator out here. Enjoy!
We are champing at the bit for you to see the video we’ve made with a Skinny Little Twins Dual Momentary Footswitch paired with a Boss RC-3. But… you’re going to have to wait just a little while. It’s coming, trust us! In the meantime, we’ve just added the ability to Review our pedals on…Details
We’ve been busy. We’ve updated our Compatibility Article (previously Which Pedals Can Use a Vein Tap?) to include a greater range of pedals and manufacturers. We’ve also added details as to which prefer a Vein Tap, and which prefer a Vein Tap Plus (as a rule: Boss and Roland items like Vein Taps Plus, most…Details
You might not have believed us when we said that it’s not just delay pedals you can use a Vein Tap with. Well, he’s proof, as we use a Vein Tap to control the rate of this beautiful green phaser.Details
It’s done; it’s official; it’s finished; it’s ready. Yep, that’ll do. Over the next few days and weeks we’ll be including more videos, articles, hints, tips and tasty titbits relating to the most stylish tap tempo ever created. In the meantime, see what we’ve done so far, enjoy having a look around and maybe even……Details