Sound Toy With Repeater | Dick Dale

Dick Dale
Description

A perfect gift for kids and adults ready to express their creativity on repeat. This recording toy’s simple design makes it easy-to-use for professional musicians and kids. Go on a sonic exploration with friends and family for endless fun. Our hand-made wooden instruments are made for creativity, curiosity and fun.

As a nod to Dick Dale, the father of "Surf Guitar", Brand New Noise created this seafoam colored audio recorder with guitars design. Dale not only pioneered the surf guitar style, was one of the first to use reverb audio effects, but also worked with Leo Fender to create The Showman, a 100Watt amp. In 1994, the movie Pulp Fiction used Dale's hit Miserlou as the opening theme.



How it works

One button to record. One button to play back. A switch to loop the recording. A knob to distort sound. This recording toy’s simple design makes it easy-to-use for professional musicians and kids. Go on a sonic exploration with friends and family for endless fun. Our hand-made wooden instruments are made for creativity, curiosity and fun.


$ 84.99

Customer Reviews

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Darrin Maier
Reverb knob?

Love this little recorder. I use it for my drum videos. I thought it would have a reverb knob in honor of dick dale but love it all the same with the pitch knob. Great product, solid construction and lots of fun!

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Joe
It's a hoot!

My two sons and I love it! We've been using it non-stop since we got it. Endless laughs and innovation.

I like the bright teal coloring and subtle guitars on this particular one, but the sounds are the real draw.

A perfect gift for kids and adults ready to express their creativity on repeat. This recording toy’s simple design makes it easy-to-use for professional musicians and kids. Go on a sonic exploration with friends and family for endless fun. Our hand-made wooden instruments are made for creativity, curiosity and fun.

As a nod to Dick Dale, the father of "Surf Guitar", Brand New Noise created this seafoam colored audio recorder with guitars design. Dale not only pioneered the surf guitar style, was one of the first to use reverb audio effects, but also worked with Leo Fender to create The Showman, a 100Watt amp. In 1994, the movie Pulp Fiction used Dale's hit Miserlou as the opening theme.