Walk On The Wild Side

Tired of the same old sounds? Here are some true inspiration machines to get you out of the old routine and into something new
Boss SY-200

They call it analog-inspired polyphonic tones, we call it synths, strings, organs, pads and special FX with no need for special pickups or guitar modifications. Get your 80s fully on, with incredible tracking to boot. 

EarthQuaker Devices Data Corrupter

What you really need, obviously, is a modulated monophonic PLL harmoniser that synthesises and oscillates your guitar tone into wild square-wave, sub-harmomic mayhem. How you’ve survived this long without it is a pure mystery. Go!

Electro-Harmonix C9 Organ Machine

Not only can you veer into some classic Hammond, Vox Continental, Clavioline and even mellow flute sounds, you can also use this as an excuse to develop your close-harmony chord voicing to REALLY sound like a keyboard. Bonkers.

Source Audio Spectrum Intelligent Filter

You never knew you needed a filter pedal until you play with this. Ear-to-ear grins accompany all the auto-wah / Bootsy / Mayer fun across a range of modes inspired by the legendary MuTron, Meatball and plenty more.

Walrus Audio Luminary Quad Octave Generator V2

Plenty of octave potential here with four separate octaves – two below and two above – that you can mix and match for giant washes of weirdness with a tremolo/flutter effect too. Funky to freaky, it’s time to get down! (And up). 


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