Richard Purvis

Review: Orange Terror Stamp

No bigger than a chunky stompbox, Orange’s latest Terror is a fully fledged 20-watt amplifier complete with valve preamp and (sort of) channel switching.

Review: DryBell Unit67

Combining compression, boost and a powerful EQ section, could this unassuming grey box from Croatia be the ultimate tone-enhancer?

The Big Review: Strymon NightSky

The Californian digital guru’s latest launch is a high-end reverb unit designed for extravagant soundscaping. Will the NightSky leave us starry-eyed?

Review: Award-Session 5E3-Extra 22

Award-Session is a British institution in the field of analogue solid-state amps… but can you really replicate the sound of a tweed Fender Deluxe without valves?

Review: Warm Audio Jet Phaser

The second of Warm Audio’s uncompromising remakes of out-there 1970s pedals involves phase, fuzz… and 2.1kg of chunky retro goodness.

Review: Audient Evo 4

This little box from studio brand Audient promises to bridge the gap between guitar and computer in the simplest, most user-friendly way yet.

Review: Echoline Silicon Hi-Gain Fuzz

This independent UK maker has revamped its range of pedals to make them more board-friendly, but a small footprint doesn’t have to mean small fuzz tones.

Review: DryBell The Engine

This ‘foundation preamp’ packs both a Plexi-style overdrive and a versatile boost circuit for a full suite of 1960s British rock and blues tones.
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