Alex drops back in to demo the new and exciting Excess Distortion Chorus/Delay pedal from our friends over at Old Blood Noise Endeavors. Unlike any pedal Chadwick has demo’d before, the Excess is an extremely deep and unique pedal that will expand a players sonic capabilities into a warped, noisey oblivion. It is a highly adaptive and interactive unit in that gives a volume control for each effect. It also offers a toggle to run the pedal in series or parallel mode, which can allow it to stack effects on top of one another or blend them to your liking. We’d say playing this pedal is an endeavor in itself, but that would just be excessive. Stop by our store to give this beast a go!
Old Blood Noise Endeavors Excess Distortion Chorus Delay | Reverb Tone Report
"Published on Dec 21, 2017
As Reverb Tone Report checks out the Old Blood Noise Endeavors Excess distortion/chorus/delay, Andy discovers that the pedal maker's modern take on throwback ideas from the 1980s suits today's player perfectly. Read more on Reverb: https://goo.gl/PwpDe4 Buy it now on Reverb: https://goo.gl/ZcQxkk"
Review Demo - Old Blood Noise Endeavors Fault Overdrive/Distortion
"Published on Dec 7, 2017
Not long ago, I started to see a box called the Black Fountain Delay on the pedalboards of ambient and atmospherically oriented guitar players. I was impressed with its deep, warbling oil-can-style delay textures, and when I discovered the pedal was made by Old Blood Noise Endeavors, I half-expected the company to be dedicated to oddball delays, reverbs, and modulations. That turned out to be partly true: OBNE’s modest but substantial catalog to that point consisted of two delays, two reverbs, a chorus, and a fuzz. However, the release of the Fault overdrive/distortion demonstrates that OBNE also has a knack for the simple stuff—nice natural amp breakup from a two-channel cascading gain circuit. Operating the dual overdrive/distortion layout is straightforward and simple thanks to several shared controls. The 3-band EQ uses a useful cut/boost configuration, employing a 100 Hz shelf filter on the low end, a 500 Hz bell curve in the mids, and a 3 kHz shelf filter for the high end. A single volume knob controls the master output. The gain 1 knob adjusts the first stage of gain, which ranges from mild breakup to low- to mid-gain distortion. The gain 2 knob has a higher gain range and is activated by pressing the gain 2 bypass. As we’ll see, the Fault’s wide range of drive tones make its wider footprint worth it. No dice if you’re interested in a 9V battery option, though. The Fault only works via the crown-mounted 9V jack. I explored the pedal’s potential with small amps, starting with a 5-watt Fender Champ 600 and a late-model Epiphone Casino with stock P-90s. Engaging the Fault with gain 1 completely counterclockwise yielded a discernible but very light crunch. It was dynamic though. Gentle fingerpicking generated nearly clean tones, while picking with gusto at the same settings generated classic grinding, honking overdriven tones. Scanning the gain 1’s arc of range clockwise adds progressively more body to the output, and by the time you reach 9 o’clock the output generates killer dirty blues-rock tones. The pedal feels very touch sensitive here, and it’s a great setting for moving from clean to dirty via picking intensity. Pushing further into the gain 1’s range delivers a very pleasant breakup—natural and very much akin to what the 5-watt amp actually sounds like when it’s really throttled, but without the speaker distortion. This set up is really great for coaxing big tones out of little amps without arousing the authorities. Continue reading: http://bit.ly/OBNEFaultReview"
Old Blood Noise Endeavors Excess - Datachoir Sounds
"Published December 15, 2017. The fellas in Oklahoma City built a sweet little package for you. Chorus. Delay. Drive. Parallel or Series: drive first then modulation. Expression out. I wouldn't call it just a guitar pedal. https://www.oldbloodnoise.com/ SUMMER: Yamaha P-105 Ditto Looper CATHY: Fender 62 Jazzmaster AVRI Old Blood Noise Endeavors Excess Land Devices HP-2 Empress Effects Reverb Benson Amps Monarch Sinasoid cables Disaster Area Designs patch cable kit Follow us on Instagram for more updates at @datachoirsounds Thank you for watching!"
"Something is pushing through you to get somewhere else. Zero in. Find it. What is it? Where is it going? Is it here for good, for bad, or for nothing at all? I can't tell you. I'm still trying to communicate with it myself. You can feel it though, right? Some something that may not even be matter, a charge without center, rushing through you. Asking only to get to the center of it all. Taking you with it.
The Fault Overdrive/Distortion is the drive you didn't even know you needed. It can push your amp over the edge, provide a sensitive drive for a clean signal, or act as an all out distortion for your chugging rhythms or singing leads or noise experiments. A Bypass switch turns it on and off. Volume makes it louder. Gain 1 sets the intensity of the first gain stage, and can go from light and sparkly to tight and crunchy."
Gear used // Equipamentos: - Old Blood Noise Endeavors Fault overdrive/distortion pedal; - Old Blood Noise Endeavors Mondegreen delay; - Gibson Les Paul Classic loaded with Suhr Doug Aldrich pikcups; - Ibanez ARZ800 Artist Series loaded with EMG 81 and 60 pickups; - Fender Southern Cross Jazz Bass; - Boss NS-2 Noise Supressor; - Mesa/Boogie Mark V head; - Two Notes Torpedo Live with a Marshall Slash Signature 4x12 with Celestion V30s impulse; - Focusrite Scarlett 6i6 audio interface.
The opening song is an original composition // A música de abertura é uma composição original.
Old Blood Noise Endeavors Mondegreen Pedal Demo
Published on Sep 7, 2016
Shelby takes us through luscious soundscapes with the Old Blood Noise Mondegreen. The Mondegreen pedal is a digital delay hellbent on giving you something different than what you put in. It’s delay. Into modulation. And it’s weird.
A three-way toggle switch selects between three modes of modulated delay. STUTTER: A delay with a percussive tremolo on the trails. WHIRL: A modulated delay adding chorus on the wet signal. SHEER: A delay with increasing octaves on the repeats.
"The Old Blood Noise Endeavors Mondegreen pedal is a digital delay hellbent on giving you something different than what you put in. It’s delay. Into modulation. And it’s weird. A three-way toggle switch selects between three modes of modulated delay.
STUTTER: A delay with a percussive tremolo on the trails. WHIRL: A modulated delay adding chorus on the wet signal. SHEER: A delay with increasing octaves on the repeats.
Perhaps it’ll be strange enough in your hands. Perhaps I’m underestimating your adventurous nature. You sly dog. Precocious Pup. Get out of here. Go get weird.
The art of the Mondegreen comes from the illustrative ends of Jake Blanchard's mind. Check out more of his excellent work here: http://www.jakeblanchard.co.uk"
Gear used // Equipamentos: - Old Blodd Noise Endeavors Mondegreen delay pedal; - Mesa/Boogie Mark V amp; - Two Notes Torpedo Live loaded with Marshall Slash 4x12" Celestion V30 + Shure SM57; - Ibanez ARZ800 Artist Series with EMG 81 and 60 pickups; - Apogee Duet audio interface.
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Published on Mar 22, 2015
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PedalsAndEffects: Fuzz Wars 10 with Nick Reinhart
Published on May 11, 2015
PedalsAndEffects is back with more Fuzz Wars! And the 10th round to boot! On this round of Fuzz wars I’m joined by Nick Reinhart (Tera Melos) and we check out four fuzz pedals! The theme of this round of Fuzz Wars are switches and modes! Some of these pedals have a crazy amount of knobs and switches for a fuzz pedal, but they really let you dig into the intricacies of the pedal to manipulate your signal to find that perfect fuzzy signal breakup that we all love. Nick and I switch off on knob tweaking so you can hear how these effects sound through both guitar and bass.
This video was shot by Lucas Hodge
This video was edited by Scott Ward for Vato Negro Productions.