After a brief break, a fresh batch of Red Baron OD pedals are currently making their way into the hands of musicians! The paypal ‘add to cart’ option is now available on the Red Baron page! Get yours now!
I have recently relocated to a new city, Boston, to start a Masters program.
Until I get settled down, I won’t be able to setup my gear or make any more pedals.
By early 2012 I should be back in business, unless the world decides to end.. =)
Many thanks to Burgs for putting out 2 demo videos of the Red Baron!
Snapped a couple pics of the Red Baron Overdrive.
Paypal button is now active.
Goose Fuzz is out of stock as of today.
I will be making more in the future, just haven’t decided when yet!
The Red Baron is out!
i’ll be pumping them out in the next week.
check back later, and i’ll have the paypal button setup so you can buy one!
the Red Baron page should be updated and running in the next 24 hrs =)
and if you guys wanna know more about the guy (and plane) the red baron is named after check it out:
this guy was such a stud..
Manfred von Richthofen
Check it out on the Chief Goose page!
Many thanks to Dennis for putting the video together!
Made it safely back to the states!
Red Baron should be coming into the lineup soon.
I’ll be making a batch of 20.. they will most likely go very fast as there are already several orders in.
Price will be $149, email me if you want one saved for you!
More info will be coming soon!
The Red Baron Overdrive is now at its final breadboarding/testing stage!!
More information will be available in the following weeks.. but i can say right now, if everything goes as planned (it rarely does) there will be a working prototype within a month!
Meanwhile, more Goose Fuzz pedals are on their way,
Flying V pcbs should arrive in the mail any day now,
and video demos for the Flying V and Chief Goose are being filmed by a friend in Germany.
Just created an official facebook page for TFP!
Nothing really interesting on it yet.. but be sure to “like” it!
TFP facebook page
sitting at home with a crippled leg leaves you with a lot of time to tinker.
i managed to slap together an analog delay, mostly with parts from an age old SAD-1 i had lying around.
Now, i’m tempted to start pumping these out.