Raw Psychedelic Southern Rock

Studio Tour

Guitarist and a lead-vocal of DeWolff, Pablo van de Poel, takes us on a journey through his Electrosaurus Southern Sound Studio in Utrecht, Netherlands. Pablo shows off all DeWolff’s gear and shares some tips and tricks on how to get that vintage southern rock sound.


DeWolff’s guitarist and lead-vocalist Pablo van de Poel and keyboard player Robin Piso currently using PLASMA and PLUS pedals.



DeWolff are a psychedelic rock band from the Netherlands’ deep south, formed in 2007 by brothers Pablo & Luka van de Poel and Robin Piso. When their psychedelic yet hard rocking, self-titled EP was released in 2008 it immediately conquered the hearts of rock music lovers all across the country and in December 2008 the band played their first show at Paradiso, a legendary venue in Amsterdam. The release of their 2009 debut album “Strange Fruits and Undiscovered Plants” was followed by a successful tour through the Netherlands and Germany. In 2010, then still aged 15, 18 and 19, DeWolff played in front of an audience of 10,000 at Europe’s oldest music festival Pinkpop.

DeWolff’s live reputation grew bigger and bigger and their highly energetic concerts, which by now had lead them to France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and even Australia, proved DeWolff to be one of the best and wildest live bands in their league. 

In search of the sexy Southern swagger to be heard on those old Southern Rock and soul records that by now had become a great influence on DeWolff’s new material, the band travelled to Valdosta, Georgia in early 2014 to record their next album with Grammy award-winning producer Mark Neill. The resulting album GRAND SOUTHERN ELECTRIC sounds like a classic: this album shows a perfect blend of great songwriting and next level riffery on a foundation of some of the grooviest drum grooves known to man and topped by a great vocal performance reminiscent of Leon Russell in his early days. The Grand Southern Electric tour will doubtlessly lead these three wolf men to your town, so make absolutely sure not to miss it!

Welcome to the future! Yeah, it’s called PLASMA baby. It’s fuel for rock n roll.

Pablo van de Poel | De Wolff


2014 Gibson Custom Shop 20th anniversary 1963 Firebird VII


Evil Mother Fuzzer by DR.NO

Octafuzz by DR. NO

PLASMA Pedal by Gamechanger Audio

Tremolo2 by Empress

HEADROOM Spring Reverb by Carl Martin

PimPedals EP Booster

Tube Tape Echo by Fulltone


Marshall 1973x