Guitar Pedal Expo 2015

Pedal Guru Panel Discussion. From L-R Brian Neunaber (Neunaber Audio Effects), Kevin Beller (Seymour Duncan), Brian Wampler (Wampler Pedals), Josh Scott (JHS Pedals), Jamie Stillman (EarthQuaker Devices), and Robert Keeley (Keeley Electronics).
The Pedal Guru Panel Discussion included (from left) Brian Neunaber (Neunaber Audio Effects), Kevin Beller (Seymour Duncan), Brian Wampler (Wampler Pedals), Josh Scott (JHS Pedals), Jamie Stillman (EarthQuaker Devices), and Robert Keeley (Keeley Electronics).
Aaron Marino of Boss/Roland.
Aaron Marino of Boss/Roland.
EarthQuaker Devices builder Joe Golden shows product user Howie Anderson how things work.
EarthQuaker Devices builder Joe Golden showed Howie Anderson how things work.
Good stuff from EarthQuaker Devices.
Good stuff from EarthQuaker Devices.
John Skibic of Electro-Harmonix.
John Skibic of Electro-Harmonix.
L-R Ben Vehorn and David Whited of EarthQuaker Devices.
Ben Vehorn (left) and David Whited of EarthQuaker Devices.
L-R Gary Roudenko of The Amp Shop and Shaffer Replica inventor Fil Solodallas.
Gary Roudenko, of The Amp Shop (left) with Fil Solodallas, who developed the Shaffer Replica.
L-R Pedal Expo organizer Loni Spector and Pete Punckowski of Swiss Picks.
Pedal Expo organizer Loni Spector (left) and Pete Punckowski, Swiss Picks.
Owen Barry getting down with Xotic, Menatone, Moog, MXR, Way Huge, Red Planet, and Strymon.
Owen Barry getting down with Xotic, Menatone, Moog, MXR, Way Huge, Red Planet, and Strymon.
Product Specialist John Huldt of Kemper Profiling.
John Huldt of Kemper Profiling.
Recording artist Josh Smith serves up some blues at Wampler.
Recording artist Josh Smith serves up some blues at Wampler.
Robert Keeley of Keeley Electronics greets his fans.
Robert Keeley, Keeley Electronics
Ryan Radcliff of JHS Pedals.
Ryan Radcliff of JHS Pedals.
Stomp box nirvana from Keeley Electronics.
Stomp box nirvana from Keeley Electronics.
The Kemper Profiling Amplifier.
The Kemper Profiling Amplifier.
Tonal variety from Truetone Music.
Tonal variety from Truetone Music.
Zach Simms of JHS Pedals.
Zach Simms of JHS Pedals.