This 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?
This week, Jef's picked some hot new pedals by well-known US pedal builders, with new takes on old favourites, from mythical overdrives to rasping '70s fuzz pedals and full plate/room reverbs.
Does converting a $49 reverb plug-in into a $500 Eurorack module make any sense? Audio Damage seems to think so with the release of the ADM23 EOS (hardware version).
With dual DSP engines and a heavy slant towards credible spring reverbs, this new pedal packs in a lot of space inside one pedal. And there's an app,too. It's 2017, after all.
Following on from the BIAS Distortion, Positive Grid have prepared another analogue/virtual hybrid pedal, this time geared towards delays.
This new pedal is certainly one to watch out for if you love a bit of reverb on your guitar. With some high-profile players already championing the brand, this new pedal should be on your radar.
Douse yourself in vintage reverbs and place your music into some legendary space.
Empress launch a reverb effect which can emulate many different spaces and classic reverb types. And it even has a 'Beer' mode!
Still at an introductory price and included in the Waves Abbey Road collection, users are unfortunately reporting heavy CPU usage.
As a logical follow-up to their new Intonation- Compensated 'Harmonic Bridge Saddles’ they have now announced a range of Telecaster Bridge Plates to go with them It all sounds a bit like ‘snake oil’ to ...