A low-cost, high-quality looper for the performing musician.
'Made by musicians, for musicians’ may be a cliché, but it sums up the J Rockett ethos.
Strymon’s latest luxury stomper aims to emulate the quirky delays of the past… but not the analogue ones.
Catalinbread attempts to cram a Fender spring reverb and an Echoplex tape echo into stompbox housings.
Growl control from Major Thorpe… a truly ‘bomb-proof ’ drive?
DigiTech’s new delay is an analogue-style tone mangler with digital flexibility.
Why lug that 12-string to the gig for one song? Looking for the ultimate reverb collection? A couple of new pedals from the smart folks at DigiTech might have the answers.
Loopers have been around for a good while, but the new Pigtronix Infinity feels like it takes things to a whole new level.
Audio-Technica’s foray into the wireless world comes with fine quality built in and the ability to switch between two amps, or an amp and a tuner.
Waza Craft, the posh end of the Boss stompbox line, takes on two of the best-known overdrives in the world.