For all you gear heads out there, I just stumbled across a website called Gearogs. It was created by Discogs with the intention of becoming the world's largest online database of musical equipment and gear. You can read history on gear, add things to your wantlist, and add new gear that isn't on there yet. It's super nerdy & super fun. Enjoy.
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I'm not exaggerating when I say that this pedal runs the race with the rest of them. If you like the sounds of the Tubescreamer, Morning Glory, Klon, and more, you will love the versatility you can get with Scepter Pedals' El Rey Overdrive.
One of many amazing products made by Lehle (pronounced like tequila), I just received the Mono Volume pedal and it has blown me away. I've tried many volume pedals over the years, enjoying the sweep of the classic Ernie Ball VP Jr. and enjoying the active advantages from volume pedals like the Tapestry Bloomery, Goodrich, and Mission VM-Pro, but I haven't found the combination of feel, tension, and buffered goodness until now: the Lehle Mono Volume Pedal.
To add to the quality of their product, Lehle made the following video explaining a bit of what makes Lehle products different. Check it out, and be blown away by the craftsmanship behind the construction of their products.
I was impressed right from the start with Lehle's customer service and artist relations, too. I was able to chat on the phone with a Lehle representative about artist relation details and ordering products. I haven't dealt with many companies who value their artist relations and do all they can to equip and promote the artist as much as Lehle. They are overall a dope company.
I love my new Lehle Mono Volume Pedal!
As you go, check out this tasty video of a lap steel artist using the Lehle Mono Volume Pedal below. Grace & peace.