I go to quite a few jams where the backline can pretty poor and there’s no time to set up, so I thought it would be useful to take my preferred sound wherever I go in the form of a single, self-powered pedal containing a good clean boost/drive with reverb and/or delay.
This is the result – the prototype of The London Guitar Club’s ‘The One Stomp’, designed and built by SJ Effects to my specs. It’s a Fulltone OCD-style drive and separate digital reverb and delay with modulation, almost a pedalboard in a box. It’s quite deep because it contains a quick-release battery drawer.
The socket arrangement means it can be used as a normal stomp; with four-cable method which puts the drive before the amp and the mod fx in its loop; or with two amps in stereo. Even if I say so myself, it’s a clever design
Having giggled it through a variety of amps, I’m satisfied that it does exactly what it’s intended to do. A very nice pedal.
The only one in existence as the Club’s other members didn’t proceed with their orders after this first one was produced. Their loss…