New pedalboard for Matt Schofield put together by Vertex Effects. This board is right down my alley – a few quality pedals put together really well. Its a great setup that covers the blues rock tones. Of course the fact they are hooked up to Matt’s Two Rock amps doesn’t hurt.
The signal chain is as follows:
INTERFACE (Vertex input buffer) > Sonic Research Turbo Tuner > Providence SOV-2 FTT > KLON Centaur > INTERFACE (break-out to Wah) > Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay > INTERFACE (Vertex output buffer w/splitter to two amplifiers. Amp 2 is transformer isolated with a polarity switch on the back of the interface)
Straight From the horses mouth on the hallowed pages of TGP comes further news on a potential release date for the new Klon:
“…the new unit will be produced, according to my specifications and detailed instructions, by a contract manufacturing firm that specializes in the production of guitar pedals; I am now waiting to receive from them pre-production prototypes so I can verify that they have gotten all of the important and also unimportant details right.” Right now I expect to be receiving these prototypes in maybe three weeks or so, and around that time – ASSUMING EVERYTHING IS UP TO MY STANDARDS WITH THE PROTOTYPES – they will let me know when the first production run will be scheduled and when I can expect to receive those production units. The run, by the way, will result in a large number of units, so no one who wants one should be worried that they might miss out if they hear I’m accepting orders a few days later than everyone else…
…I will be listening to each and every one of the new production units…to make sure, before boxing it up and shipping it, that it is up to my standards.
Jeff Beck at the New Orleans Jazz Fest last week. The track is Stratus. Word on the street is that all that tone is being pumped out via the little green Fender Pro Junior (cooked up with a Klon) on top of the Marshall quad. If you gots it you gots it.