Stone Deaf

Review: Stone Deaf Noise Reaper

British indie pedal-builder Stone Deaf believes in high gain without the pain of a high noise floor, so the Noise Reaper is here to slam the gate on your background bedlam.

Stone Deaf Fx releases the Noise Reaper, a one-knob noise gate

Boasting simple one-knob operation and an effects loop.

Stone Deaf unveils the limited-edition PDF-1X

Updated distortion pedal marks the manufacturer’s 10th anniversary.

Stone Deaf PDF-2 & EP-1 Expression Pedal Review

Can the addition of an expression pedal turn an EQ-filtering overdrive into some kind of secret analogue multi-effects unit?

Stone Deaf Syncopy Review

The British master of fairground-lit pedals with analogue sound and digital control has turned its attention to bucket-brigade delay. And as Richard Purvis finds out, it has hidden talents…

Builder Profile: Stone Deaf

UK company Stone Deaf Effects & Amplification builds innovative stompboxes that have graced the boards of some of the biggest stars in rock. Main man Luke Hilton explains tells the story of the firm’s rapid growth and idiosyncratic designs…

ADG announces the addition of Stone Deaf Pedals and Amps

Based in Huddersfield UK, the Stone Deaf brand is now exclusively distributed by Audio Distribution Group in the UK and Europe.

Stone Deaf SD30 Combo Review

An all-valve combo with tone-tweaking options worthy of a modelling amp?

Stone Deaf Tremotron Review

What do you get if you cross two shape-shifting analogue tremolo circuits with one fiendish digital brain?

Stone Deaf Kliptonite, Fig Fumb, PDF-2 & Trashy Blonde pedal review

Did someone say Stone Deaf? After a few days with four feisty Brit stompers, Richard Purvis isn’t far off…
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