19 Aug 2019 in GuitarNUX's new drive pedal, the Horseman, is based on the classic boutique Klon overdrive pedal - for way under 100 bucks. And this isn't just one Klon! It imitates both the Silver and Gold versions...
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12 Apr 2019 in GuitarThe new Way Huge Conspiracy Theory Professional Overdrive is based on the famous Klon Overdrive pedal, possibly one of the most expensive boutique pedals around. But this new clone is a lot cheaper!
21 Sep 2018 in GuitarThe simple Supro Keeley Custom 1970RK is a 25-Watt combo tuned to work well with your pedal set-up. Is it the the perfect platform for pedals or is the price going to undermine its success?
05 Jan 2018 in GuitarDave Friedman has combined some of his most famous amp circuits into one all-singing, all-dancing boutique valve amp head with plenty of options on board for tweaking your tones.
15 Jul 2017 in GuitarInspired by the behemoth B-25 bombers of the Pacific battles, these two aviation inspired guitars actually have pieces of the plane incorporated into their design.
15 May 2017 in GuitarI.Q. Compressor is a new take on compression stomp boxes, combining a 6-band EQ and compressor in a single compact pedal format. And it's got some groovy lighting.
28 Apr 2017 in GuitarWhen your pedalboard is filling up, you might want mini versions of these two pedals, so you can squeeze more out of your guitar - enter TC's new Hypergravity Mini Compressor and Mimic Mini Doubler.
12 Apr 2017 in GuitarThese two new combos have been hotly anticipated and should be hitting UK dealers about now.
08 Mar 2017 in GuitarNew drive from the Walrus: The Warhorn is a 'mid-focused' pedal that comes with two clipping modes, and aims to give your guitar's driven tone a bit more fanfare.
21 Feb 2017 in GuitarThe now-classic Klon-style Archer overdrive gets a little extra boost with an added 6-band EQ - and a Steve Stevens graphic...
24 Jun 2016 in Music TechRecently unveiled are these crazy new HyperSound speakers made of glass. As well as being visually transparent, they deliver sound in a directional beam, apparently...