Members bieke Posted May 8, 2006 Members Share Posted May 8, 2006 A small wooden structure with a pick up inside, so guitarists can tap their feet to produce a booming percussion sound - like amplifying the sound of your foot tapping on a wooden stage. Built by West Australian luthier Andrew Ellis, these boxes look fantastic and are all handmade to last. Different sounds can be produced depending on what part of the box you tap, and different-soled shoes will affect tonal output too Sending a signal from the Stomp Box is easy enough : one jack, no controls; in terms of maintenance and so forth, there's very little to do. So, just how good can a wood block sound, if a wood block can sound good? The emphasis is on a woody bass 'thunk' Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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