Devi ever : fx
Devi Ever : FX is a boutique effects pedal company based in Portland, Oregon that was founded in 2003. The company is named after the company's founder, Devi Ever. All of the effects pedals are hand built in the USA, in small batches. The majority of Devi Ever : FX pedals are fuzz and distortion pedals, often with emphasis on another effect such as scrambling, gating or tremolo. Some effects also utilize unusual features such as built in photoresistors, joysticks and effects loops. They are used by musicians such as Billy Gibbons, Nels Cline, Silversun Pickups, Trent Reznor and Wes Borland. Devi Ever : FX was previously known as Effector 13.
Console Kickstarter Controversy
On June 29, 2012 Devi Ever successfully funded [$40,892 USD] "The Console" a modular effects system through the Kickstarter crowdfunding service. On December 4, 2013 Devi Ever announced the failure and discontinuation of the project, citing financial mismanagement on her part (including misappropriating approximately half [$20,000 USD] of project funds for personal use). As of this writing (July 7, 2014) refund status is incomplete with some funders upset at lack of responsiveness regarding promised refunds.
Sale of Business
On December 9, 2013, Devi Ever announced that she had sold the company to Dwarfcraft Devices.
- The Appleseed Cast - Aaron Pillar: Vintage Fuzz Master 
- Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top: Torn's Peaker, More (custom Karaoke Party)
- The Black Keys - Dan Auerbach: Torn's Peaker
- The Darkness - Dan Hawkins: Shoe Gazer, Godzilla
- Depeche Mode - Martin Gore: Shoe Gazer 
- Emigrate - Richard Kruspe, founder of Rammstein: Bit Mangler, Dream Mangler, Synth Mangler
- Fin - Nightswim, Against All Authority: Bit Legend of Fuzz
- Flood - producer for NIN, Smashing Pumpkins, PJ Harvey, and many other artists: US
- The Hives: Soda Meiser 
- Joe Chiccarelli - producer / engineer for The White Stripes, Frank Zappa, and many others.: Silver Crank, Bit Mangler
- Josh Homme - Them Crooked Vultures, Queens of the Stone Age: US Fuzz
- Karnivool Drew Goddard - Godzilla
- Minus the Bear: Silver Crank (33)
- My Bloody Valentine - Kevin Shields: Dream Mangler, Godzilla, Shoe Gazer, Truly Beautiful Torn's Peaker 
- Nels Cline: Soda Meiser, Dream Mangler, White Spider, Torn's Peaker, Aenima
- Trent Reznor - NIN: Bit Mangler, Improbability Drive, Soda Meiser, Vintage Fuzz Master 
- Robin Finck - NIN: Bit
- Justin Medal Johnson - NIN: Bit Mangler
- The Octopus Project: Truly Beautiful Disaster
- Silversun Pickups: Truly Beautiful Disaster, Soda Meiser
- The Shins: Torn's Peaker
- The Smashing Pumpkins - Billy Corgan: Rocket, Shoe Gazer, Silver Rose (original custom pedal commissioned by Billy Corgan, now in regular production)
- Snow Patrol: Rocket
- UNKLE: Improbability Drive, Synth Mangler, Spectacular SM, LP, DN, ND, OK, KP, VF, White Spider, Shoe Gazer
- Wes Borland - guitarist of Limp Bizkit, Black Light Burns: Bit Mangler
- Wilco - Jeff Tweedy: Soda Meiser, Torn's Peaker, Krackle Fuzz, Synth Mangler
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- "The Appleseed Cast Interview". Indie Rock Reviews. 2011-09-27. Retrieved 2013-03-11.
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- "View topic - Kevin Shields' setup for My Bloody Valentine Chicago 9/27/08". zvex.com. Retrieved 2013-03-11.
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