JOYO Audio UK Guitar Effect Pedal Distributor
Welcome to JOYO Audio UK Ltd
JOYO Audio UK ltd are the UK distributor for JOYO guitar effect pedals, guitar amplifiers, PXL pedal controllers & power supplies.
In Feb 2017 we opened our JOYO guitar effect pedal showroom and local music shop in Walkden town centre, on the outskirts of Manchester. We are open Mon-Fri 9.30am - 6.00pm where we have the full range of JOYO effect pedals and amplifiers for you to try out in person, a wide range of musical instruments, strings & accessories supporting our local music community & education providers.
On the JOYO UK website you can find all the JOYO guitar effect product details, user manuals, educational user demos & JOYO effect pedal reviews. Join us on JOYO Facebook, Instagram & Twitter for JOYO pedal news, reviews & more. Please visit our JOYO retailers to purchase in stores throughout the UK .
If you’ve been playing electric guitar for a while and using guitar pedals, then you are probably getting pretty up to speed with how each pedal interacts with each other and how to get the “best pedal order” to keep your tone sounding good. First of all there is no right or wrong order and there is no right way or wrong way, so this is just a basic guide and an overview of what a guitar effect loop is and what it does to your pedal & guitar amp tone. Where is the FX LOOP?You might have seen on the back of your amp, read on forums, or maybe heard a youtuber influence..
This is the full list of effects / Digital Amp model simulations that are supplied as default on the new JOYO Gem Box 3. This is the Master JOYO Gem Box 3 Effects list showing what they could be based on next to the tone setting (allegedly).61 high quality preamp modulations
9 effects module, and a total of 157 effect types
26 built-in cabinet modulations, supports third party IRThe New JOYO GEM BOX III is the flagship model of JOYO's multi-effect processors, with smart reversed modelling technology, you now having 61 high quality preamp modulations, 9 effects module, 157 effe..
We are pleased to introduce to you our first featured Friend Of JOYO - Kieran Clark. We launched our Friend of JOYO directory at the beginning of June, its a way of us sharing what you get upto using the JOYO. Well we said we would give away £50 to a random winner and Kieran is our first winner picked out of our first entries.. During the first week of July we had 2 students with us on work experience from Walkden High School, they were given the thumbs up to pick a winner from over 70 FOJ entries. So Lee and Sophie (both age 14) picked out a handful of en..
Here is our ultimate guitar effect pedal dictionary for some of the phrases we use on the JOYO website, if you are just getting into the world of electric guitar and effect pedals, then this guitar effect pedal cheat sheet will hopefully give you a quick overview of some of the words guitar effect geeks might use. This terminology is not just for dummies, we go into more detail on product pages and try and explain what these pedals do and sound like. So check out the guitar effects by type and take a listen to some of the great demos of effects we have online. If you need any help..
There are a number of ways to power your guitar effects and choosing which method you use can make a difference to your board. Making sure you have the right supply will ensure if they come on, prevent them from getting damaged, or become noisy.
BatteriesPedals are made of electronics, so the power you use ensures that they stay on when you need them. Whilst the 1st series, 2nd series of JOYO pedals and DrJ pedals all can be powered with a 9v battery, this is not the best option to power a board, it is primarily convenient. Your pedal board will only sound as good as your cheape..
We are often asked what pedals you should use to create some of the tones of David Gilmour/Pink Floyd. As with any tone chasing request, I always try and break down the elements of the sound that you hear. Each track is different, different pedals are used in different parts and of course having Davids fingers and guitar skills certainly helped him achieve his own sound. I do not think any one pedal could achieve it, to create the tones of David Gilmour unless you go for a multieffects unit and spend some time dialling it in and experimenting. There are c..