I never really enjoyed that dying breath of winter. Sure, winter is great after a summer of 100 plus degree heat, but after three or four months of cold, it gets taxing. I'm ready to not hibernate. Ready to sweat. To take in some vitamin D and sun. To drink some All Day IPAs while grilling some food outside. So let's end February with something. With some changes.
Firstly, we are going to launch the presale of our new pedal, the Procession Reverb. We like Sci-Fi movies and books. And it seems like the 70's and 80's were a golden period for weird soundtracks that accompanied both Sci-Fi and Horror movies. John Carpenter for instance. Dude wrote some great songs using one keyboard. And we like the vibe. So we wanted to have a pedal that created a lot of mood, but used some stranger filtering and flanger modulation, because we like the movement. Tremolo fits in nice too. So we did that. Are doing that.
Secondly, we've been working on a thing with Chicago Music Exchange over the past couple of months. It is always fun to see a pedal in a different color scheme. So we settled on an inverted color scheme. The black and white Black Fountain. Instead of the white and black Black Fountain. Subtle semantic difference, huge physical implication. We started with a specific number, so they are somewhat limited, unless they order more. But you never know. So, if you want one, you should go over to Chicago Music Exchange and get one. That is the only way.
Thirdly, we are moving into an actual shop. Since our inception, we've been working from my house, an exterior workshop or remotely at our respective houses. We need some more space. We want to work in closer proximity with our buddies at Atria Creative. So we are going to share a space. Try it out. Grow together. Get crazy. Maybe cook out on Fridays. Have a bunch of babies running around. For a closer look at our current work space, peek at this video Wade from Beardtone.com made when he came through town back in December.
I guess that's it for now. Come on March. Get here soon.