14 Mar in GuitarThis new single knob controlled preamp is based on a Tungsram AC125 germanium PNP transistor and is available in limited quantities from the Keeley Custom Shop
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13 Mar in GuitarThat crazy plasma-based distortion/fuzz pedal from NAMM by Gamechanger Audio looks set to explode onto the market later this year, but you can try it out now on your own riffs!
11 Mar in GuitarIf you want even more control over your Digitech Whammy or an Eventide H9 pedal, the Pitchy is a great way to coax more from both - and it is well priced too!
10 Mar in GuitarThis little blue box manages to squeeze 11 different time-based effects into its tiny frame, not unlike Dr Who's TARDIS. But will it travel the cosmos in style or take you on a random journey?
09 Mar in GuitarSure, it may look pretty. But this box can get ugly. In the way you want an octave fuzz and booster to react. when the lights are low this thing can get downright filthy and possibly inspire riffs to match
06 Mar in GuitarSnarky Puppy's fast-fingered guitarist gets his own signature overdrive pedal with built-in 6 band EQ section - and it really does sound pretty majestic judging from the demo videos. Check 'em out here.
04 Mar in GuitarNow available in a more pedalboard-friendly 'vertical' edition, the new ZVex '59 Sound Vertical also saves you money as well as real estate on your board.
28 Feb in GuitarThis new flanger pedal from US boutique pedal builder Old Blood Noise Endeavors will make you rethink what this classic modulation effect can achieve, with three distinct modes for serious versatility.
04 Feb in GuitarOur favourite three cool, exciting new guitar related products for 2018 all revealed at this year's Winter NAMM Show, with gear by Fender, Line 6 and Game Changer Audio.
03 Feb in GuitarChase Bliss Audio makes complex control of analogue circuits by utilising modern digital control and their new Thermae delay pedal has all this at it's heart.
25 Jan in GuitarEBS brought a new delay pedal to its NAMM 2018 booth, although official information is very scant at the moment. Has the bass tone specialist come up with a delay that will interest guitarists, too?