Introducing Farmer's Mill guitar pedal,
the first electric mud grinder ever made.
Since April 1st 2012
Dublin, Nashville, Berlin, Los Angeles! We've successfully handled Farmer's Mill orders from world-class billboard musicians.
Improved and expanded comes with the original line of handcrafted Ceramic Slides.
Premier Guitar, USA, October 2013
„Want to make your guitar sound like your amp is broken without the carnage?“
Premier Guitar, USA, August 2012
No matter where you stand on that particular aesthetic gesture,
for musicians that live comfortably outside convention and willingly incorporate more chaotic sounds into their playing,
the Farmer's Mill can be a surprisingly powerful musical tool.“
Guitarist, UK, July 2012
„It’s reassuring to know that in a boutique effects world
obsessed with cloning vintage guitar tones, there are still a few mavericks
hoping to bring something different to our ears.“
Stuff, UK and International, July 2012
„Many musical things sound best just before they are about to break - old instruments, amps, Madonna.
Following the reasoning this handmade analogue pedal sounds like a "broken, burning guitar cable"
offering the random stuttering dropouts you'd hear if your lead was at breaking point and your amp was on fire.
But with the bonus that it's adjustable, it will keep working, and your house won't burn down.
And, oh, you might sound like Jimi Hendrix.“
Rave Magazine, Australia, June-July 2012
„Guitarists looking for that ultimate destructive weapon to add to your arsenal
- your dream may have indeed come true with the advent of Farmer's Mill.
Developed by Crushsound, the black-and-white beast (...) has the potential to beat the Rowland S. Howard tribute pedal at its own game.“
Accordo, Italy, June 2012
„Forget old fuzzes, screamers and modulation effects. A mad scientist has caught pure chaos and put it in a huge white box, just a switch away from your guitar: you won't come back from visiting Farmer's Mill.“
Music Radar, UK and International, April 2012
„Perhaps the idea sounds silly on paper, but whether it's Dave Davies slashing a speaker cone with a razorblade or Jack White soloing white knuckle into a heavily gated fuzztone, the history of rock 'n' roll guitar is peppered with moments when a primal racket has been exhilarating and nothing short of vital.“
On April 1st 2012 Crushsound released the unique guitar stompbox called Farmer’s Mill.
The sound crushing pedal received many positive reviews in the leading guitar magazines including Guitarist and Premier Guitar.
Farmer’s Mill was originated by and developed under strict direction of J. Lewandowski, architect of Le 2 Workshop most known for his House On The Water project numerously published worldwide by titles such as Forbesand Newsweek.
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