Fairfield Circuitry Demonstration for Pedals And Effects

On our Red Panda Mixer feature, I busted out my favorite ring mod ever, the Fairfield Circuitry Randy's Revenge. I love this ring mod like no other, and it got me reflecting on my times/experience with Fairfield Circuitry. With so many builders making great pedals, we're happy to rep Fairfield Circuitry on Pedals And Effects, because their pedals deserve more recognition and attention and I know fans of this site will agree they make incredibly unique pedals. Having an exclusive, two part interview with Guillaume from Fairfield Circuitry, I am convinced this company will be around for as long as they want, because he builds pedals that no others do.

There are many pedals that initially grab my attention, but only some that continue to deliver over time.  For ring modulators, Fairfield Circuitry makes my favorite, hands down. I know a lot of musicians like the Moogerfooger Ring Modulator, and I do too. That is, I did, until the Randy’s Revenge showed up.  You can hear that pedal here:

In this video, we take a look at two Fairfield Circuity pedals, The Accountant compressor, which is an all analogue, JFET feedback compressor, and the Unpleasant Surprise, which is an experimental fuzz/gate.

Pedals And Effects was lucky enough to have Guillaume himself walk us through his pedal line, and give us an exclusive on his new analog delay that is set to come out later this year.  As you will see in this video, his stuff is unique, has great functionality, and delivers in inspiring me to play some wild music.  He is a genius, and I believe the Fairfield Circuitry pedal line is one of the best out there.

At the time, we also got to check out the previously unnamed, which is now the Meet Maude Analog delay! I am huge fan of analog delays and this one is right up there with my favorites. It is lush, huge and pure analog.  The depth and sound contours of this pedal are just so gorgeous and inspiring.

Small builders like Fairfield Circuitry depend on websites like Pedals And Effects to bring attention to their products to musicians  I am honored to have been working with Fairfield for over the years. Their pedals are just fantastic. Please visit Fairfield Circuitry’s website, and do yourself a favor: buy any of Guillaume’s pedals. He makes pedals that inspire.