JangleBox Compressor Effect

I’ve loved the sounds of 1960’s recordings since the days I first heard them. Most were accomplished by the application of great recording technique and- less so- the application of technology. Today, the consumer musician market is awash with killer gear that earlier musicians only dreamed of. One resourceful amateur guitarist from Virginia, Steve Lasko, spent much time trying to assemble equipment that could produce the great, chiming guitar sounds he heard as a young person in the 60’s. Frustrated, he commissioned audio engineers to develop the electronic circuitry needed to emulate the sound. The result is the JangleBox Compressor (the black box in the center of photograph):  www.janglebox.com . Available for several years, the JangleBox has gained a loyal following of pro and amateur guitarists, particularly, those who, like me, play electric 12 string guitar. This song made heavy use of the Janglebox The JangleBox web site has a library of sound clips as well.

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