Southern Stalker - Electric guitar pedal - SRV Booster, Treble Booster

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All audio clips were recorded with a handcrafted tube head and 2x12 cabinet equipped with Celestion Creamback 75 speakers set to an extremely clean setting.
The guitars used in the clips:

Fender Stratocaster (equipped with 3 Fender single coil pickups)
Gibson Les Paul Custom (equipped with 2 Gibson humbucker pickups)
Fender Telecaster American (equipped with 2 Fender single coil pickups)

Clean sound guitar/amp with no effects at all

Clip 1 Guitar: Fender Stratocaster (bridge+central pickup) Genre: Blues Boost: 10/10 Twang: 7/10

Clip 2 Guitar: Gibson Les Paul (bridge pickup) Genre: Rock Boost: 10/10 Twang: 10/10

Clip 3 Guitar: Fender Telecaster (bridge pickup) Genre: Rock/Blues Boost: 6/10 Twang: 3/10


Stevie Ray Vaughan, ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd and many others lead back to this kind of sounds that have marked a real musical genre.

The Southern Stalker borrows its voice from the myths of the past, having two very simple controls: Boost and Twang.

Boost can lead the guitar to obtain a truly innumerable variety of sounds, low settings produce a slight 60s distortion, coming from the pedal circuitry itself, while, with high values ​​of Boost control, the gain can be increased up to +30db.

Twang control works on the voice of the pedal, a low value gives a thicker and enormous line, while raising Twang control you enter in a Rangemaster(ish)-style territories, offering a more focused sound.

The combinations with these two controls are endless, the Southern Stalker can push any amp into distortion.

A key element of a possible setup including this pedal is the guitar volume potentiometer (and tones of course). The advice is to experiment a lot and let yourself to be inspired by the myths of the 60s and 70s and how they exploited every single feature of their instrument.