Lounsberry Pedals Now In Stock at Thomann!
Happy new year!
We are pleased to announce that Thomann has become a stocking dealer. The Organ Grinder and Tall & Fat are now online at Thomann. They have stock and we hope that consumers will ask for the other models with them as well.
"Finally, someone making Pedals for Keyboardists!
"Ever since I started to play Hammond a few years back I've always been searching for the perfect all-around overdrive/distortion pedal. I must have tried between 20-30 different ones. But it wasn't until I got in contact with Lounsberry pedals and tried the Organ Grinder that I knew my journey was over. The OG has the a very nice analog tone and works both with my Hammond M3 and Nord C2 organ and it is perfect for spicing up the signal before my leslie or ventilator. It handles the full frequency range from the organ without losing or compressing any part of the signal in an unwanted way."
Dennis Zielinski - Egonaut and October Tree
Lounsberry Guitar Pedals are very responsive and can go from warm semi-clean to full on classic rock crunch. They retain clarity and work well with complex chord shapes such as Maj7 chords (dime any Lounsberry Pedal and play a Maj7 chord and be surprised). Lounsberry Guitar Pedals are hand built by progressive rock guitarist Greg Lounsberry, (of the bands, Canvas and October Tree) one at a time. Greg uses point to point wiring and fish paper circuit boards with wiring techniques reminiscent of 1950's guitar amps.
Roger Powell has an impressive resume, having played with Utopia, Todd Rundgren, Fossil Poets, Meat Loaf, and David Bowie. Here is what he thinks of his Nigel pedal:
Rich Williams of Kansas and the Nigel:
"I've tried the (Nigel) pedal in a few applications, and where I'm using it now is in my home practice rig. I'm in a condo and must keep things pretty quiet. I have an old tweed Gibson Les Paul Jr. amp which only has a volume control. The unprocessed sound is quite dull and toneless, but when using the Nigel with the guitar volume backed off a bit the amp now has a lively crisp bite and growl that turns practicing into a pleasure.