Gear: Verellen Amplifiers’ Meatsmoke preamp pedal

By Megan Dawson
February 18, 2013

On a quest for a more explosive sound at a less perilous price, Helms Alee guitarist Ben Verellen designed the Meatsmoke preamp, delivering an overdrive boost for bass or guitar via a pedal format. Encased in thickset steel that’s ideal for relentless abuse, the Meatsmoke includes three-band EQ, gain control, and volume control and runs directly into a DAW, mixing board, or tape machine.

By Megan Dawson February 18, 2013
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