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I purchased a “Blue Jay” from EilersInnovations about 6 months ago. That beautiful little box of creamy grit has found a spot in just about every tune i play between 3 bands. I use it to add a nice amount of scream and just a touch of volume to my lead parts. I even ran some vocals through it in the studio, to great success. I don’t know what the HELL I did without this baby blue box.
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Addison has modded a few of my pedals now, he is Awesome. My pedals look as rad as they sound. He does speedy work, has great communication and resonable prices. I will continue to keep Addison as my “ace in the hole” to help me achive the crazy ideas in my head.
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I bought a custom Blue Jay overdrive/boost not too long ago and I have some things to say about it. First off, it’s incredible. I’ve had A LOT of boutique overdrives (Zendrive, Eternity, OCD, Keeley modded, CMATMODS, Wampler, etc etc) and I have to say, the Blue Jay hands down destroys every single one of those overdrives. I like to use overdrives through a head and 4×12 on the clean channel to get that perfect chord sound–you know the one, it’s dirty, but articulate and defined. But, a lot of overdrives are only meant for small combos or the like, so on a big rig you lose a lot of that bottom-end girth that makes it sound amp-like (you know, natural sounding, like it’s coming from you amp). Well, Addison hit the nail on the head with the Blue Jay. Seriously cannot turn it off. I’ve got it set with the gain around 11 o’clock and I roll the volume knob down on my guitar and it cleans right up. There are a lot of tonal options and I think anybody could find a sound they desire from the Blue Jay. I also had Addison build me a custom amp footswitch with a built in FX loop to put an overdrive in to boost the dirty channel–so it’s like having 3 channels. I couldn’t be happier with it. All in all, Addison is a genius. I’d dare you to do the pepsi challenge against any of the other boutique fellas out there.
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