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Pedals

Overdrive
Review: Ibanez TS808 Tubescreamer

The Ibanez TS808 Tubescreamer is undoubtedly one of the most legendary and ubiquitous pieces of gear in the history of pedals. The TS808 has been used by countless players including [ … ]

Distortion
Review: Zvex Fuzz Factory Vertical

The Zvex Fuzz Factory has become something of a modern classic, known for its thick fuzz and glitchy, stuttery, feedback-y goodness. Used by countless players including Matt Bellamy from Muse, [ … ]

Reverb
Review: Wampler Ethereal Delay and Reverb

The Wampler Ethereal Delay and Reverb pedal is a fun and useful multi effects pedal from one of the most reputable pedal builders in the US. Though we are typically [ … ]

Distortion
Review: Zvex Fuzz Factory Vertical

The Zvex Fuzz Factory has become something of a modern classic, known for its thick fuzz and glitchy, stuttery, feedback-y goodness. Used by countless players including Matt Bellamy from Muse, [ … ]

Modulation
Review: Electro-Harmonix Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator

The Electro-Harmonix Attack Decay Tape Reverse Simulator is a modern reinterpretation of the company’s legendary pedal of the same name. The original Attack Decay pedal was known for “producing volume [ … ]

Compression
Review: Seymour Duncan Vise Grip Compressor

The Seymour Duncan Vise Grip Compressor is a four knob compressor that brings a touch of studio-level processing to your pedalboard. With fewer than 150 employees, Seymour Duncan is perhaps [ … ]