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.
Top left - Vox Starstream fuzz
Top right - Vox Repeat Percussion
Bottom left - Boss OC-2
Bottom right - Crowther Prunes & Custard
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!
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.
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'.