Effects

Review: Walrus Audio Julianna

Oklahoma City’s finest returns with a souped-up version of its popular demi-goddess inspired shimmer box.

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.

Review: Warm Audio Foxy Tone Box

From an American brand known for its recording equipment comes an authentically hirsute take on one of the wildest fuzz boxes of the 1970s.

Review: ThorpyFX Field Marshal & The Bunker

Two of the biggest brains in British pedal-building combine forces once again to create updated versions of a pair of legendary dirt machines.

Review: Jackson Audio Golden Boy

This collaboration between the slide supremo and Jackson Audio promises to redefine the concept of transparent overdrive.

Review: Danelectro Back Talk Reverse Delay & 3699 Fuzz

Danelectro is back to doing what it does best: the weird and wonderful.

Review: Redbeard Effects Honey Badger Octave Fuzz

The second offering from this collaboration between Skindred guitarist Mikey Demus and pedal guru Adrian Thorpe promises assorted flavours of slavering doom.

Review: DanDrive Tweedy

Feel the need for Tweed? DanDrive’s latest stompbox promises to bring the ragged glory of a 50s Fender to your pedalboard.

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.
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