Source Audio’s Chief Scientist, Bob Chidlaw, talks in-depth about developing the True Spring reverb engine for the Ventris Reverb. Warning! It does get nerdy.
Rotosound has been in the string business for many decades, but always strived to refine and optimize the production process – yet without compromising the quality.
When you think Morley pedals, one of the first things that probably comes to mind is Wah pedals. And for a good reason because they surely have something of a legacy in that department.
Think Distortion. Think classic rock. Think Def Leppard! Phil Collen of Def Leppard is a long-time, die-hard fan of DiMarzio guitar pickups and he equipped his main guitars with them.
From afar it may look like just another expression or wah pedal, but rest assured that it is indeed much more than just that. It is virtually your central command center.
Alex Hutchings have been playing Rotosound guitar strings for ages, and currently his favorites are Roto Greens. The package is green and recyclable and you can use it for one more thing!
If you own a Les Paul – and if you’re into rock and blues – you should check out the PAF Master pickups form DiMarzio. Paul Riario from Guitar World did. And liked them a lot!
Audiofanzine, stopped by the Source Audio booth at the recent NAMM 2017 show for a demo of the new Ventris Reverb. First a brief introduction and then a lot of of sound examples follows.
Rotosound is only a year away from its 60th anniversary, and still some guitar players got the misperception that Rotos are only about bass strings. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Wah pedals are often associated with guitar solos, quickly sweeping through the frequency range, but there are other ways to use a wah pedal to create some great effects.