The name DryBell should ring at least two loud bells when it comes to respected pedals. The Vibe Machine and Unit67 are both much loved in pedaldom and are found on many discerning pedalboards. The Unit67 shares some of its tricks with the new 'The Engine' Foundation Preamp. Specifically, the Range (master) boost side. Paired with a versatile British amp-like overdrive/distortion, the Range side is capable of many things - boost to grind and everything in-between. It's a classic recipe but one rarely found in a dual pedal. The Engine takes care of that. In the classic configuration you'd see the Rangemaster before the amp. The Engine lets you switch to the other way around thanks to its 'Order' switch. That combination will truly awaken your amp (and your audience!) The Engine will do very well because it sounds great, is easy to use, and is basically 30 years of classic rock tones in a can. You need one. Yes you do..!
Guitars: 2019 Eastman Guitars SB59/v with Lollar Imperial Custom Pickups | 2011 Fender Eric Johnson Signature Stratocaster, stock.
Amp: Axe-FX III JM45 model
Cables: Providence and Boss
Power Supply: Eventide PowerMax by Cioks
Mic: Shure SM57 (amp); Violet Design The Amethyst Standard (me).
Cameras: Nikon D1500 (pedal) and Canon D60 (me)
Soundcard: PreSonus Quantum
Monitors: Blue Sky Media Desk 2.1
Computer: 2017 Apple iMac Pro, 2.5 GHz 14-Core Intel Xeon W, 64 GB 2666 MHz DDR4, Radeon Pro Vega 64X 16 GB
Software: Logic Pro X, Apple Final Cut Pro X, Compressor.