22 Mar 2017 in GuitarWalrus Audio have just released this update to one of their popular fuzz pedals, the Jupiter. Version 2 has a new look as well as some reworked electronics and new features.
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24 Feb 2017 in GuitarQOTSA guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen partners with Dr No Effects on their first pedal collaboration, the TVL Octavia, with another on the way later this year.
09 Feb 2017 in GuitarZachary Vex has just announced a very special version of the ever popular Fuzz Factory pedal - the 111 uses a reversed-polarity, Spam Can-style transistor...
27 Jan 2017 in GuitarThe new 1979 takes its classic '70s Big Muff tones and puts them into a modern day pedal, without all the hassle of the originals.
24 Jan 2017 in GuitarIsn't it about Dunlop released another range of Jimi Hendrix effect pedals? Ooh, aren't we lucky, they're about to do it all over again!
20 Jan 2017 in GuitarYes, just what we like to see and hear. The dulcet tones of filthy fuzz and in two distinct new flavours!
18 Dec 2016 in GuitarA long time ago in a galaxy far, far away... came a massive, feature packed bass fuzz pedal from the UK that can emulate not one, but two Big Muffs - and has an octaver!
14 Dec 2016 in GuitarBased on an OP275 overdrive and Silicon / Germanium transistors for fuzz, this twin dirt box is vintage and fuzzy!
29 Nov 2016 in GuitarDirty, fuzzy, synth tones in one truly analogue effect pedal. It's been a long wait and it sounds like it was worth it.
21 Nov 2016 in GuitarThese two new versions of popular fuzz pedals from the company's back catalogue are offered in a new smaller enclosure - check out these 'gnarly' new fuzz boxes!
13 Nov 2016 in GuitarBased on those classic, smooth, bass-heavy Big Muff fuzz pedals of the '90s, this new pedal will certainly divide opinions on which is the best Muff!
11 Nov 2016 in GuitarYes, they have scraped the bottom of the barrel with this new limited edition fuzz box...
08 Nov 2016 in GuitarNexi Industries are launching a new guitar effect and pedalboard system called The Solution, and exhort us to "forget conventional notions of what stomp boxes and pedalboards look like".