Aldo is a French musician based in London. He gets some unique sounds by processing his guitar through a Make Noise 0-Coast semi-modular synth. At $499, it is not cheap, but it is no more than many multi effects pedals and way cooler. Check out his video channel for interesting guitar tones in an electronic context.
The Jesus Lizard and Tomahawk guitarist, Duane Denison provides an introduction to some classic prepared guitar techniques for those new to the process.
Whether or not you are a fan of the band Sunn O))), this unique distortion/boost/fuzz/octave pedal by EarthQuaker is worth checking out if you are in search of heavy-osity.
NAMM 2020 is next week. I will try and get my report up sooner this year. If you are looking for a distillation of some of the most interesting gear for the modern guitarist to come out of 2019, this is a good place to start. Nick Reinhart, and Juan Alderete always have their fingers on the pulse of what is forward thinking and cool.
Danelectro’s president, Steve Ridinger, got his start in the 70’s by manufacturing the fOXX Tone Machine, the now coveted octave fuzz sound used by players like Peter Frampton, Adrian Belew, and Beck. The 3699 fUZZ is a faithful recreation, and a tribute (“3699” spells out “FOXX” on the telephone keypad, and that was the last 4 digits of the company phone number back in the day).