Voodoo Labs just uploaded an interesting video showing how to achieve an Edge-like tone with a Voodoo Lab Giggity, Strymon Brigadier Delay and Strymon Blue Sky Reverberator. Also, he goes into a very cool pick technique that I’ve never seen before – using the grip side of a Dunlop nylon pick for the scratchy break up. Curious if this is what the Edge really uses or not. I doubt it, but if anyone has some insight, please let me know.
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The Voodoo Lab Giggity is definitely a new pedal for me. For those of you like me, that weren’t familiar with this.. here is the description:
Giggity isn’t just an overdrive or boost pedal. With its unique Body and Air tone shaping circuits, Giggity can help you fine-tune your overall sonic footprint. Placed after your pedalboard and before a clean amp, you can add a little grind, and thicken up the bottom by adding Body.
Placed first in the signal chain, you can add Air to bring out the high-end shimmer and detail in your guitar’s pickups. Also features a 4-position “Sun” to “Moon” preamp voicing selector to help you dial in the perfect tone. Each pedal is hand built in the USA using high-grade precision parts, and features true bypass switching via a high reliability gold-contact relay.