SAINT DOOM Arises: Premium Fuzz in a Tiny Box

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…

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Saint Doom Fuzz Pedal
Murder One XLR Killswitch

We’ve Updated the Murder One XLR Killswitch

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…

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The Separator ABY Pedal

The Tone King Reviews the Leech, the Murder One, the SEPARATOR and the Noose

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…

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The Tone King Cometh – 30 Pedals in 30 Days 2012

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…

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Vein Tap - Tap Tempo Pedal

Advantages of a “Normally Open” Tap Tempo Switch

With this video, we explain some of the advantages of a “normally open” (also known as “push to make”) momentary footswitch. Please forgive my froggy throat, I’m working through a little manflu. Ben, Vein-Tap.com GeneralGoodFellow This illustrates one of the prime advantages of a normally open footswitch. Using the “Hold” mode on the Boss DD-7…

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