Sunday, March 24, 2019

Effects

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…

ThorpyFX Fat General Review

Adrian Thorpe’s new compressor marks the start of an ongoing collaboration with a stompbox legend.

Monty’s Guitars MORE! Double Boost w/ loop Review

A double-barrelled helping of +15db plus an effects loop to hammer both ends of your pedalboard simultaneously.

Keeley Electronics Omni Reverb Review

Keeley’s latest reverb may be low on knobs to play with, but that doesn’t mean it’s predictable… Richard Purvis dwells on the heavenly simplicity of the Omni ’verb.

EarthQuaker Devices Pyramids

A digital flanger with some distinctly non-flangey tricks and a dual-function footswitch? Richard Purvis unlocks the mystery of the Pyramids…

Dunlop Cry Baby Mini 535Q Review

This miniaturised wah is still a Cry Baby, but has some surprisingly grown-up added tricks – so do you need half-size feet to use it?

MXR Sugar Drive Mini And Classic 108 Fuzz Mini Review

The venerable institution of MXR is keeping it contemporary with its new range of Mini pedals. Richard Purvis weighs up a duo of diminutive dirt machines…

Jackson Audio Prism Review

Jackson Audio may be a new name in the pedal world, but the folks behind it have an established pedigree of boutique excellence.

Mythos Chupacabra Overdrive/Fuzz Review

Everyone’s crazy for a hand-made drive… Michael Watts, The Guitar Magazine’s resident sharp-dressed man, fires up this ZZ Top-inspired hotrod…

Way Huge Blue Hippo Mk III, Russian Pickle Mk III & Aqua-Puss Mk III...

When is a Way Huge pedal not way huge at all? When it’s been squeezed into a compact enclosure.
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