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Bass Musician magazine reviews the Philosopher Bass Compressor

Bass Musician magazine has given the Philosopher Bass Compressor a rave review:

“I’ve used many different compressors, some good, some bad, but none like this. If I was to only have one pedal in my setup, (I currently have three, a chorus, fuzz, and preamp), this would be the pedal. Why? Simple to use, but still does a lot, even though it is “only” a compressor. The five basics on this pedal are volume, compression, sustain, a toggle switch for grit, and lets not forget the engage toggle switch for on/off functionality. I’ve used the Pigtronix Philosopher Bass Compressor on a couple different gigs, one in a small club, and the other at an outdoor festival. I couldn’t have asked for more, as the pedal fit everything I needed. With the compression and sustain, I was able to actually turn my chorus off, as I only use a small amount just to “round” out the notes a little. With the grit function, I was able to remove my fuzz pedal, and still get the amount of dirt I needed. The grit function of this pedal is one of the features that make it different from the other compressors on the market and gives a subtle distortion that really stands out.

The volume knob is just that, and the compression knob goes you a blend of both dry signal and compression. Lastly, the sustain knob goes from very subtle sustain to practically hanging on forever until you chose to stop it. One thing I noticed with the sustain, unlike other compressors, especially at the festival is that it did not affect notes played that I did not hang onto, it only applied sustain where I wanted, evenly, and until I let it go. Increasing the sustain also gave me affect if I held the note long enough, I got a small amount of feedback, which I really liked, especially at the end of a tune. Keep in mind, I was outdoors, and my rig was fairly loud. For the small club gig, I did use the supplied 18 volt adapter, and for the outdoor festival, I just added it to my pedalboard and connected it as 9 volt. I did notice a small difference in the operation between 18 and 9 volt, but nothing that really stood out or even seemed to affect the performance of the pedal. The  Pigtronix Philosopher Bass Compressor is really making me rethink my current setup and could easily replace two of my current pedals. Click to listen to some of the audio samples and you may end up doing the same.”

Here’s a link to the review: http://bassmusicianmagazine.com/2014/09/pigtronix-philosopher-bass-compressor-review

Rototron wins Guitar Player Editors’ Pick Award

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Guitar Player magazine has given Rototron its Editors’ Pick award in the October 2014 issue.

Here’s an excerpt: “The Rototron sounds superb through a single amp, and utterly divine through two. It captures that multi-dimensional rotary speaker sound extremely accurately, while being capable of some trippy and ethereal sounds when you get creative with the knobs. The Rototron’s tone is rich and lush throughout its range, and the control parameters offer sky’s-the-limit flexibility that behooves much exploration… for tone, flexibility, and sheer inventiveness, the Rototron earns an Editors’ Pick Award.”

Read the full review here: RototronGPReview

For more information on Rototron (including audio and video), visit the Rototron product page.

David Koltai and Pigtronix Design Team Inducted into Guitar Player Hall of Fame

David Koltai, Howard Davis and Ray Heasman have been inducted into the Guitar Player Hall of Fame. This unexpected honor makes David Koltai the youngest person ever to receive this prestigious award.

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Dimebag Darrell Scholarship Fund & Nashville Dog Rescue

Bid on a Pigtronix Class A Boost pedal for some great causes~ Guys – throw this Class A Boost in the FX loop of your Metal Amp, and thank me later.

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These days as schools throughout America are forced to close their Musical programs kids in uncounted numbers are missing their potential to become the talented musicians of our future.

RIDE FOR DIME is a federally sanctioned 501 (C) 3 charity organization benefiting several different like minded causes in honor of the late great DIMEBAG DARRELL ABBOTT the former guitarist of the bands DAMAGEPLAN and PANTERA.

Dime was the kind of person that was able to connect with millions of fans world wide with his kind heart and extraordinary musical abilities. Unfortunately hes was taken from us on December 8th 2004 in a senseless act of violence.

Since then some of the people closest to him have created ” RIDE FOR DIME” to raise money in his name and give back to the thing that enriched his short life so greatly…..Music.

Little Kids Rock Foundation provides classrooms with the instruments and funding that it takes to keep their music programs alive. ultimately giving kids an outlet to showcase their talents.

The Darrell Abbott Scholarship Fund helps deserving kids pursue their musical dreams and education.

Help us help them!! for the kids…for the music!!! we will all benefit from this>>>Getcha Pull!!

Pigtronix Class A Boost & Quantum Time Modulator Demo Video from Ryan “Fluff” Bruce

The Tone King – Pigtronix Reviews Sept 2013

http://thetoneking.com/wp/pigtronix-new-pedals-on-the-block/

Pigtronix Infinity Looper Review – Music Radar.com

http://www.musicradar.com/reviews/guitars/pigtronix-infinity-looper-574786

 

Pigtronix Quantum Time Modulator wins Premier Guitar “Gear Award 2013″ Sept 2013

http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/19604-pigtronix-quantum-time-modulator-review

 

Pigtronix Bass Envelope Phaser Review – Premier Guitar – Aug 2013

http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/19560-pigtronix-bass-envelope-phaser-review

“View from the Top” – Music Inc. magazine interview with David Koltai from Pigtronix

Click here for the PDF of the interview.

Delicious Audio Pigtronix Infinity Looper Review

http://audio.thedelimagazine.com/guitar-pedal-reviews-pigtronix-infinity-looper/

 

Premier Guitar Summer NAMM 2013 Pigtronix Demo

Gear Man Dude! Pigtronix Bass Pedals, Envelope Phaser, Infinity Looper Demo

Joe Fazio – The Tone King Pigtronix Bass FAT drive Demo

Premier Guitar – Pigtronix Unveils Gatekeeper

http://www.premierguitar.com/Magazine/Issue/Daily/News/Pigtronix_Unveils_Gatekeeper_Noise_Gate.aspx

 

David Koltai Interview in Pedais & Efeitos July 2013

http://pedaiseefeitos.com/blog/?p=3747

 

Bass Musician Magazine Pigtronix Full Bass Line Review

http://bassmusicianmagazine.com/2013/07/pigtronix-unveils-bass-centric-pedals/

Infinity Looper Review in Guitarist Magazine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bass EFX Review ~Bass Envelope Phaser

http://www.effectsbay.com/2013/05/bass-efx-review-pigtronix-bass-envelope-phaser-review/

Pigtronix Infinity Looper Review in Guitar Player Magazine

 


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