The 2017 NAMM Show kicked off today, and that means it’s time to unveil some rad new gear. If you’re at the show this year, make sure to come and check out all the great new stuff in person at our booth—#4568, Hall C. If you can’t make it, then here’s a preview of what Dunlop has in store for 2017.
The 2016 Winter NAMM Show kicks off today at the Anaheim Convention Center in Southern California, and we’re showing off a ton of great new gear. Here’s a sample of what’s coming in 2016.
From the visionary depths of the Way Huge laboratory comes the Saucy Box™ Overdrive. Like the acclaimed Pork Loin™ Overdrive before it, the Saucy Box Overdrive derives its unparalleled versatility from discrete clean and overdrive signal paths, combining them to deliver one of the most organic, amp-like overdrive pedals available. To give discerning guitarists […]
In 2015, we’re celebrating our 50th Anniversary. That’s 50 years producing high quality, reliable tools that help players express their musical vision as clearly as they possibly can. This year is no different.
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Dunlop has provided musicians with so many amazing tools for so long that it’s hard to remember a time when that wasn’t the case. It’s also easy to forget that this company doesn’t just have a man’s name—it was actually named after a man. And 50 years ago, that man was perceptive enough to see a need in the marketplace, smart enough to be able to design and build a product to fill that need, and fearless enough to think that he could sell that product to millions of musicians. It was indeed that fearless and adventurous spirit that brought Jim Dunlop to the US from Canada in the 1960s. As part of our 50th anniversary celebration, Jim and his son Jimmy sat down with us to talk about our company’s beginnings and most important milestones.
Swedish pioneer prog death metal act Opeth is set to release Pale Communion, its highly anticipated eleventh album, on August 26th. We sat down with lead guitar player Fredrik Åkesson to talk about the making of the record. Catch Opeth on the road in December with fellow Dunlop artists In Flames and Red […]
… … A couple of weeks ago on the Dunlop Blog, we posted a series of new instructional Way Huge Electronics videos, announced that we’re giving away a handful of rare, vintage Way Huge pedals, and put out the call for questions from users directed at Way Huge Founder Jeorge Tripps (whose suave visage recently […]
In a new series of instructional demos from Dunlop, we dive into the nuanced performance points of the Way Huge Electronics superstar models. This week: Our man Tal goes in depth with the Way Huge Aqua Puss and Supa Puss Analog Delay pedals, exploring the slapback and feedback options on the Aqua Puss, and the […]
The highly anticipated Way Huge Supa-Puss Analog Delay is now shipping! Jeorge Tripps’ latest creation is a veritable command center. Its array of controls and features will serve any situation that calls for delay, but adventurous players with a mind for experimentation will feel right at home—the Supa-Puss can conjure up some seriously cosmic and consciousness expanding sounds.
Jeorge Tripps is well-known among circuit benders for sparking the homemade pedal revolution in the early ’90s when he founded Way Huge Electronics. He’s has earned a reputation as a master of delay, creating the most innovative and acclaimed delay circuits released in the last 20 years. His latest creation, the Way Huge Echo-Puss, was particularly designed for players who want an organic analog delay pedal that allows them to fine-tune their delay sound with a simple user interface. We sat down with the delay guru to discuss the finer details.