10 Jan in GuitarThis new Kiwi-made Fuzz God III silicon fuzz pedal has 64 combinations/variations of fuzz available, and completes some sort of "holy trinity" (we have no idea what that means)...
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07 Aug 2018 in GuitarA new limited edition of the boutique fuzz pedal that loves to squeal and splutter with the best of them. The Silicon Fuzz Factory 7 is probably not for the faint-hearted but if like dirt, chances are you'll ...
05 Jul 2018 in GuitarLike its predecessor, V3 of Magnetic Effects' White Atom fuzz pedal combines silicon and germanium transistors, and adds a new bass response control and an updated EQ.
28 Jun 2018 in GuitarThe Swedish pedal builder SoundBrut has been busy this year, currently teasing a new silicon-based fuzz pedal called the FU which has six mid-scooped voices on tap.
13 May 2018 in GuitarThis boutique overdrive pedal has access to many parameters and includes both silicon and germanium diodes in the clipping circuit, but is there too much control?
20 Apr 2018 in GuitarUpdating the germanium-based Fuzz Factory that can get temperamental when used in a hot live environment, this sleek new silicon-based version will be way easier to squeeze onto your pedalboard.
27 Nov 2017 in GuitarThis 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.
11 May 2017 in GuitarErupter combines the simplest of circuits paired with the most straightforward control interface imaginable to offer you some sonic destruction - fuzz doesn't get any easier than this.
09 May 2017 in GuitarThe Black Muck is a new limited-run fuzz pedal that's hand-built in Athens - and sounds pretty filthy!
03 Apr 2017 in GuitarThese two new pedals will certainly be ones to watch out for at this weeks Musikmesse Show in Frankfurt.
14 Dec 2016 in GuitarBased on an OP275 overdrive and Silicon / Germanium transistors for fuzz, this twin dirt box is vintage and fuzzy!
27 Jun 2016 in Music TechTracktion chose the finest of everything for the Copper Reference to create the cleanest signal path ever found on any USB audio interface - and then stuck tubes in it.