Our pedals typically exist to solve a perceived issue and/or ensure that in the segment of the pedal world they fit, they excel at what they are supposed to do. So, to that end I will try over the next few months to choose a pedal in our range and explain WHY it exists.
Although all pedalboards follow differing design briefs, I build them following my tried and tested methodology. This isn’t magic, it’s much more mundane than that, its focussed primarily on planning and then implementing the plan.
Lifting a full stack and carrying it into a venue can often be beyond soul and back destroying, but not as bad as the load out when all you really want to do is chill. Can you get a similar sound from a small rig?
If your amp has EQ controls and so do your pedals, why do you need a standalone EQ pedal?