I had a dream once—weekly, regularly timed posts about 52 guitar pedals I admire. That’s not working out too good so far. Perhaps the Chuck Pedals Blue Dream reverb pedal will give me the inspiration I need to get back on track. It may. If it doesn’t, it will still be a pedal I admire and add to the list of pedals I’d love to call my own. It will do that right … now.
One thing I really like about the pedals that are currently available through Chuck Pedals, is the personal touch. Hand built in the USA and each pedal shipping with a piece of Chuck Pedals promo gear—plectrums, sticker, buttons or PCB key chain. The latter looks pretty damn impressive to be honest. This is an obvious digression, but you can purchase the promo pieces on their own if you so desire. I’m tempted.
The hand built aspect has been applied to the reverb pedal’s build as well it seems as this pedal isn’t your standard dial in the reverb style pedal you may be used to. This pedal instead allows you to dial in different types of reverb as well as different levels of reverb. Dialing the right way will also push this pedal into Chorus effects and pretty crazy oscillation. All of this is done through the pedal’s Verb, Mood and Daze knobs.
Of course I’m writing about things I’ve read and heard online. It’s what I do. I don’t own all this gear. That’s a different dream I have. Luckily you can see and hear the Blue Dream in action yourself using the wonders of video and the Interweb. Look and listen.
So cool. Maybe that’s why the pedal is blue. Blue is a cool colour for you non-artistic types out there.
Whatever the case, this pedal looks and sounds awesome. It’s boutique and it’s not supporting batteries. So I support it. #want
Disclaimer: I’ve not played this guitar pedal. I have not experienced first-hand the sound or effects of this guitar pedal. That doesn’t matter. It looks awesome, it’s obviously played by winners and I want one.