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October 28, 2016

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Gear That Will Devour Your Soul

Goya's "Witches' Sabbath"

Grab your wooden stake, shovel down some garlic fries and pray for your mortal soul. Get ready for Chicago Music Exchange's most terrifyingly evil gear!

 

 

Dr. No Effects Skull Fuzz

Nothing sucks the id from your mortal coil like a googly eyed, skin-melting cranium on your pedal board.  This teeth-chattering boutique "pedal" from Dr. No is one of our favorites. 

 

 

 

Wren and Cuff Hang Man-2D Distortion

For the truly macabre, Wren and Cuff have raised from the dead BOSS' fabled HM-2 in all its atrophied glory.  The Hang Man faithfully recreated the old beast so well, only the dead can tell the difference.  

 

 

Moog Etherwave Plus Theremin

Where would B-horror soundtracks be without the soul-draining moans of a Moog Etherwave Theremin?  Like your dead grandmother scaling your ribcage with a black iguana between her teeth, the Etherwave Theremin will give your goosebumps goosebumps!  

 

 

Rainger Fx Dr. Freakenstein Bass

Whether you're after the perfect bass fuzz tone or reanimating your neighbors dead cat, the Rainger FX Dr. Freakenstein pedal is up to the challenge.  Sporting one hell of an activation switch, this pedal should not be activated within 300 yards of graveyards or morgues.  Keep a sawed off shotgun handy on stage, less you need to drop some fresh Walkers looking for a snack.  

 

 

Squier Mini Strat Pink

Don't be fooled by this sweet pink demon.  It'll wait till you're asleep, tie you to your bedpost, and force you to listen to Chumbawamba on repeat.  Not just their seminal 1997 single "Tubthumping," I mean the entire album. Keep this lil' pink harpy stowed in its gig bag at all times. You've been warned.  

 


Brad Althouse
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