Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Effects

Nanolog Review Feature

Review: Nanolog Audio Classic Overdrive & Orbital Fuzz

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…
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Revv Amplification G3 Distortion Pedal Review

An amp-inspired hand-made box of heavy from Winnipeg, Canada that’s aimed squarely at the rock brethren.
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Electro-Harmonix Triangle Big Muff Pi Review

A recreation of a vintage classic released in celebration of Electro-Harmonix’s 50th anniversary.

Meris Ottobit Jr and Mercury7 Review

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.

Fuzzrocious Cat King & Blast Furnace Review

New Jersey boutique builder Fuzzrocious offers no-compromise effects pedals for the sonic pugilist.

ThorpyFX The Dane Review

YouTube lickmeister ‘Danish Pete’ Honoré has given his name to an overdrive/boost pedal from one of our favourite indie builders.
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Old Blood Noise Endeavors Dweller & Alpha Haunt Review

Can these Oklahoma-built pedals live up to the promise of their out-there brand name and even more out-there product manuals?

RYRA 808, Fuzz A-Matic & Tri-Pi Muff Review

After hitting the bullseye with The Klone Pedal, RYRA turns its attention to the Tube Screamer, Fuzz Face and Big Muff.
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Beetronics Royal Jelly Review

A hand-made, twin-channel anger box with a sting in the tail by a groundbreaking young company.
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Mooer Black Truck Review

The champion of cheeky miniature pedals has loaded a bunch of effects into one rock-minded unit. Richard Purvis gets behind the wheel for some mini monster trucking…
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