WrightSounds pedals now available at Emerald City Guitars in Seattle!

May 7, 2012 by  

I’m pleased to welcome Emerald City Guitars to the WrightSounds family. I recently made a trip up to Seattle and talked with owner, Jay Boone, at his AMAZING guitar store in Seattle, Washington. If you’re in Seattle, or even in the vicinity, do yourself a favor and check out this store. Great vibe, super nice staff, and ridiculously nice instruments. They’ve got oddball stuff like Danelectro and Silvertones, Mosrites, Kay, etc and also a vintage collection of Fender and Gibson guitars that will knock your socks off. Check ‘em out people and while you’re there give the Fuzz-Stang Mk II a test drive!


WrightSounds pedals now available at Sounds Cheap Music in Pleasant Hill, MO!

April 17, 2012 by  

I’m pleased to announce that WrightSounds’ pedals are making their way to the midwest. Sounds Cheap Music has just picked up the line and are now carrying Fuzz-Stang MKIIs and Super Boosts. Check out this great, family owned-and-run music shop if you’re in the Kansas City area.


WrightSounds pedals now availabe at Rock n Roll Vintage in Chicago!

April 6, 2012 by  

I’m very excited to introduce the latest dealer to pick up WrightSounds pedals… Rock N Roll Vintage in Chicago, IL. This place is amazing and FULL of great gear. Definitely a must-stop shop if you’re remotely near the area. They’ve got Fuzz-Stang Mk II‘s and Super Boosts in stock. Give ‘em a call, check out their website, or head down there in person!


WrightSounds is the DIY Business of the Week

March 21, 2012 by  

Check out the interview about my business start-up at the DIY Business Association website


Get your WrightSounds pedals in Belgium!

March 13, 2012 by  

I’m happy to announce that WrightSounds pedals are now available at the Guitar GAS Station in Brussels, Belgium. They’re a new, great looking webstore that specializes in guitars and pedals that are hard to find in Europe. They’ve picked up some really cool boutique brands so far and WrightSounds is one of them. Check ‘em out at Guitar GAS Station!


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