Toronto Stompbox Exhibit 2019 (& synth expo)
The third edition of the Toronto Stompbox exhibit will be taking place from the 9th to the 10th of November.
The Deli and Delicious Audio are organizing yet another guitar effect pedals showcase, so grab your guitar and go and have a blast in downtown Toronto. The show will be hosted at the following location:
The Fifth's Basement
225 Richmond St. West
Toronto, ON M5V 1W2
You can check the location’s map and grab your FREE tickets here:
With the biggest community of performing guitarists in Canada, and one of the biggest in north America, Toronto will be the place to be if you are a stompbox enthusiast willing to try the latest proposals in the market.
The show’s opening hours are:
Saturday: Doors 12pm-7pm
Sunday: Doors 11am-5pm
Aclam’s effect pedals
Aclam Guitars will be there presenting our two effect pedals up to the date: the Cinnamon Drive and Dr Robert. Don’t miss the chance to give them a try surrounded by top-notch gear and tones to spare.
Brands like EarthQuaker Devices, Eventide, JHS and Keeley among other great effects pedal builders, will assure a great dose of awesomeness!
You will find detailed information of the brands that will participate here:
Dr Robert: replicate the tone of the legendary Vox UL730 amp
The Dr Robert effects pedal replicates the sound of the legendary Vox UL730 amp, used amongst others by the Beatles on the Revolver album. After tracking and purchasing the real deal, some dissection and in-depth analysis of the circuit, we managed to recreate its characteristic tone attaining the best possible replica of that rare amplifier. The icing on the cake is delivered by Klaus Voormann, Revolver’s cover artist, who has created the perfect artwork for the Dr Robert effects pedal!
Cinnamon Drive: Capture the essence of the 60’s and 70’s tube amps
Blast the sounds inspired by the cranked up 60’s and 70’s tube amps with the Cinnamon Drive. This highly dynamic and touch responsive effects pedal will make you feel you are playing your favorite vintage amp. Discover the versatility of its dual stage clipping circuits, the combination of soft and hard clipping circuits that could well be considered as having two pedals in one!