Recently, the return of John Frusciante with the Red Hot Chili Peppers was announced and what better way to celebrate than talking about his latest pedals, which we leave the list of each of them.
Boss Chorus ensemble ce-1
Turbo distorsion Boss
Mxr phase 90
Electro-hñHarmonix 16 second digital delay
Electro-Harmonix micro synthetyzer
Dunlop stereo uni-vibe
Electro-Harmonix big muff
Electro-Harmonix Holy grail: reverb
Mxr micro amp
Line 6 delay dl4
Electro-Harmonix deluxe electric mistress(flanger)
Digitech pds 1002 (digital delay)
Cry baby wah
Mosrite fuzz rite
Guyatone vt-x (tremolo)
Moog MF-103 moogerfooger
Moog CP-251 moogerfooger
Yes, there are so many pedals, John Frusciante is a very experimental composer since his greatest influences have been very versatile guitarists, such as Jimmy Hendrix, David Gilmour, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page. This is why Frusciante is a big fan of Fuzz (thanks to Jimmy Hendrix's outstanding use) and despite his preference with Electro-Harmonix pedals, like all guitarists, He seeked to attach an own and original sound that not only depended on one brand, In other terms, not to sound like the brand.
Note: this was not always John Frusciante's pedalboard, his gear has constant changes due to the fact that this artist is experimental, however he is always attached to the same basic effects for his projects and the difference between new and old equipment it is very little even if there are frequent changes.
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