Walrus Audio’s new analogue phaser is named after a pilot… and it’ll soar and swoop with the best of them.
We like Electro-Harmonix pedals best when they’re a bit extreme… so how about a furious filth-generator with radical tone-sculpting options and a digital delay with 16-minute looping?
The Nobels ODR-1 might be the most famous overdrive you’ve never heard of – and now it’s gone mini.
Morley catches the eye with this trio of limited-edition signature wah-wahs that are intended primarily, but not exclusively, for use with high-gain tones. And one even glows in the dark…
We put the treadle to the metal with Ernie Ball’s expressive takes on overdrive, tremolo/reverb and delay as the Californian company expands its hands-free stompbox effects offering…
The porky pedal maker expands its line-up in three very different directions. But will these diverse pedals – a preamp, a ring modulator and a compressor – bring home the bacon for Pigtronix?
These Canadian-built pedals were designed by proper scientists using technology mere mortals couldn’t even hope to understand. Time for our ears to have a lesson in molecular electronics…
An amp-inspired hand-made box of heavy from Winnipeg, Canada that’s aimed squarely at the rock brethren.
A recreation of a vintage classic released in celebration of Electro-Harmonix’s 50th anniversary.
Meris is a new name in digital effects, but its credentials are impressive. We get to grips with two units that promise two interesting flavours.