Where the magic happens
Just ordered myself a BEP t-shirt. If I like it and if there's demand, I might make them available to buy.
What do you think?
So the t-shirt is pretty frikkin awesome. Take a look at the Shop page for details of how to get yours (and many thanks to the 2 eager people who have already ordered theirs). There's loads of options for colours of the shirt itself and the colour you have the logo printed on it.
Work in progress
Top left - Vox Starstream fuzz
Top right - Vox Repeat Percussion
Bottom left - Boss OC-2
Bottom right - Crowther Prunes & Custard
Show us your gear
If you have any pictures of your Butterfly Effect Pedals in action, snuggled up in your pedal board or rocking it at a gig, send them in and we'll add them to our new Pedal Boards section.
If you don't have any photos - why not? Better take some eh...
Even better, send us video of your pedal in action.
Let's all geek out together!
Woman at work
We always have fun naming our pedals. It's usually a team effort, brainstorming and taking inspiration from the sound the pedal will create, the name of the original and very often a play on words of one or both of the above.
Then I think about fonts and graphics that'll work for the name we've come up with. It's a really fun creative process.
One pedal artwork I'm particularly proud of is the CJD, complete with its own mad cow. Can't help smiling every time I see it.
Man at work
Despite the heat, the valiant Mark is out in the workshop building some more pedals for you lovely people.
Circuits are built for a Boss OC-2 octaver and a Crowther Prunes & Custard.
Boxes for the Ring 'o' Roses Rat and the P-450 octave fuzz / swell, (which is a clone of the Prescription Electronics Experience) are coming along nicely.
Workshop under construction.
In May this year I had a new workshop (big man-shed) built in the garden. I love it! It has many advantages, not least of which are:
I'm Mark. I LOVE effect pedals. I started out making them for myself. I have 'quite a few'.