F Pedals Phasevibe and Edstortion Pedals

Ph03n1x

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I liked the demo. Was trying to find a mini vibe pedal. Not many options out there. This must be pretty new.

I have a Mooer Funky Monkey and a Danelectro Cool Vibe pedal. If I could have 1 pedal that can cover both it would have been ideal since I rarely use vibe and I want to squeeze more pedals on the board.

Only problem is that it seems a little pricey. I think guitar pedals are getting to be too expensive in general. 140USD seems a bit too high for a new pedal maker with no street cred.

The "Wireless charging option" for 200 seems insane. Most people with a pedal board have a power supply capable of supplying 10 pedals. I guess this might work if all your pedals had wireless charging or if you wanted that 11th pedal without needing to figure out how to power it with your board.
 

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I liked the demo. Was trying to find a mini vibe pedal. Not many options out there. This must be pretty new.

I have a Mooer Funky Monkey and a Danelectro Cool Vibe pedal. If I could have 1 pedal that can cover both it would have been ideal since I rarely use vibe and I want to squeeze more pedals on the board.

Only problem is that it seems a little pricey. I think guitar pedals are getting to be too expensive in general. 140USD seems a bit too high for a new pedal maker with no street cred.

The "Wireless charging option" for 200 seems insane. Most people with a pedal board have a power supply capable of supplying 10 pedals. I guess this might work if all your pedals had wireless charging or if you wanted that 11th pedal without needing to figure out how to power it with your board.

If you read closely the company does have Street Cred.

About 10 years ago, Francesco (founder of F-Pedals)'s music career led him to cross path with Eddie Kramer, the legendary music producer and audio engineer who has recorded some of the most influential artists in the history of rock, including Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Kiss and many more.

After 10 years of working side-by-side, sharing mutual enthusiasm for making good music, good food, and building a solid friendship, Eddie teamed up with F-Pedals to help create a new line of pedals that is inspired by and dedicated to his incredible works.

The EK Series is not just another F... pedal with a celebrity's name tag. The F-Team spent countless hours in studios, taking samples of Eddie's best works, working with engineers around the world to develop the sounds, collaborating with Eddie to get his input on how to reach his signature sound by experimenting and fine-tuning the pedals with him on many different guitars and amps, and repeating these over and over again... to make sure these versatile and great sounding pedals have truly captured the best of Eddie's works from the Golden Age of Rock all the way to the contemporary ones.

I myself think $140 is not expensive. I usually use $200 as a starting point as to where pedals are starting to get a bit expensive.

Ive got a Roger Mayer Voodoovibe+ and the Moog MF103 6/12 Stage Phaser and a Moog MF104M Delay. Way more than $140. Im not concerned about cost. Only sound.

I just wonder how the Phaservibe and the Edstortion units sound. Regardless of cost.

Eddie Kramer does have HUGE Street Credibility though.
 




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