Wow, moving right on to the second give away for the month on EffectsBay.com! This time I’m giving away a Favoretti’s Yellow Cab overdrive to a lucky EffectsBay.com reader. Marcelo Favoretti asked that we give this guy away after our review, and that sounded like a great idea to me.
The Favoretti Yellow Cab overdrive is a great sounding overdrive with many tonal possibilities. It’s very amp like, and is great for rhythm and lead. It packs a nice mid range and has plenty of low end without muddying things up. If you get a chance please check out the review: “Review of the Favoretti’s Yellow Cab Overdrive” for a video and high quality sound clip.
A little info about Favoretti – Favoretti’s Custom Designs is out of Brazil and is making some great pedals like the Shelby Chorus, Maverick GT Deluxe and the Maverick GT. The Yellow Cab overdrive is new to the line (not available on the site yet). This is definitely a great chance to win something a little unique and something that sounds great!
Please check out Favoretti’s Custom Designs on the web, Facebook and Twitter when you get a chance! I would like to say a special thanks to Marcelo for sponsoring this give away! It’s very much appreciated!
This give away will run for 2 weeks (Monday 5/30 12PM MST).
First, this is not a requirement, but you should ‘like’ EffectsBay on Facebook. It’s good way to keep in touch with new give aways and posts. Also, please consider joining the official EffectsBay.com mailing list.
To enter fill out the form below, in two weeks (May 30th) I’ll randomly pick 3 entries as finalists. I’ll email the 3 finalists and the first one out of the three that emails me back will be the winner.You must enter a ‘valid’ email address, bounce back emails will be rejected. One entry per person (seriously people.. one entry per person). After the winner has been notified and all is good (I’ve retrieved mailing address, etc), I’ll ship off the pedal. This give away is open to everyone.. yes.. international!
To enter the give away, please answer the following question: “What artist/band has the most signature overdriven guitar/bass tone?”