PG-13 post title! i just got these beautiful 2-color screenprinted fuck overdrives in. i also re-vamped the purchase page to make things a little easier for folks ordering screenprinted pedals – it’s still not perfect (you need to go back in your browser to order different pedals) but it’s a step in the right direction and that’s what counts.
an excellent music store full of first-rate folks who were eager and willing to check out and chat about all of my pedals when i dropped by a few months ago, the starving musician in beautiful berkeley, CA, is now a smallsound/bigsound retailer!
besides minis and TAFMs, they also have 2 one-off super puzzles with gain-flip, mids and high-cut switches!
as i get more of my pedals screenprinted with “standard” graphics, i will post purchasing buttons on each product page for easy ordering as well as posting their availability on my etsy page – they will ship out within 1-2 weeks of ordering. easier for you = easier for me = happier for both of us! custom graphics/pedals are still ordered via email and as always, no money is taken up front for those orders because of the build time (approximately 2-4 weeks).
the team awesome! fuzzmachine is the first one up!
*dec 26th edit – mini added!
also, i’ll have a few new TAFM demos up over the holidays so peep back!
if you were afraid to use the mini on bass because of it’s lack of a clean blend… think again! grygrx of bassfuzz.com sent me this lovely overview demo and it sounds huge and thunderous like an overdrive should. thanks dude!
i’ve got some screenprinted TAFMs with a new graphic! i’m trying to streamline things somewhat so now when i have printed stuff in stock they’ll be on the site for easy purchasing via a paypal button or through etsy. i’ll get them posted over the weekend…
also, i’m pleased to announce that smallsound/bigsound will now be available at Musicmakers Austin in Austin, TX! earlier this year my band, cymbals eat guitars, was on tour and we had a mind-numbing amount of shows for SXSW… i didn’t let that wear me out and made the trip over to musicmakers to check out the store and show them some pedals. after a good hour or two in the store checking out amps and talking to the exceedingly approachable staff, i left with a Musicmakers T-shirt (see image below) and good vibez for the next few weeks on tour.
they should have things by monday so if you’re in the austin area make a trip over!