This surprisingly sophisticated reverb pedal from Laney's BCC brand includes features that may even win over the ambient musicians amongst us.
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The description 'boost pedal' actually does the Steelpark something of a disservice, since it's also a very sophisticated and flexible low-gain overdrive that works with your amp to recreate a variety of classic tones.
This ambitious overdrive promises to recreate the entire signal path of a valve amp in solid-state electronics.
The ODR‑Mini is essentially a slightly tweaked version of Nobels' ODR‑1 overdive pedal (by all accounts extremely popular with Nashville musicians), with true bypass and a tightened low end, but squeezed into a mini‑format case.
From the classic vocoders of the '70s through to the hyper pitch-corrected pop vocals of the last decade, Roland's VT‑4 can do it all.
I love my Electro‑Harmonix Small Stone phasers so I was delighted when AJH Synth announced that their Mega-Phase 12 Eurorack...
The Gigboard crams the processing power of Headrush's flagship Pedalboard into a compact and easy to use format.
Eventide have finally landed in the sweet‑smelling meadows of Euroland with the Euro DDL, the beating heart of an Eventide digital delay in Eurorack format.
This is a reverb pedal which most definitely falls into the 'not as we know it' category — the Dark Star is really a tool for...
Offering polyphonic pitch tracking without needing a special pickup, this versatile pedal lets guitarists enter the world of synthesis.
This pedal puts Line 6's flagship Helix processing in a compact stompbox.
Tremotron can emulate an amplifier’s tremolo effect but it also has the unusual ability to run two tremolos at a time to create more rhythmic modulations.
This four-stage analogue phase-shifter pedal delivers the kind of chewy swirl that we all know and love...
With their usual idiosyncratic approach to audio, OTO Machines have created a processor that will surprise and delight.
This is a hybrid product in more ways than one — not least because it can be controlled via a dedicated DAW plug‑in.
Could Boss’s latest do-it-all modelling processor form the heart of your live or recording rig?
While many multi‑effects units offer a slow‑attack module, finding a discrete pedal to do the job is not so easy. Enter the Slow Engine...
This neat box of tricks offers a wide range of vocal effects, as well as the ability to track the pitch of a guitar or MIDI input.
Lunastone use cascaded gain stages rather than clipping diodes to achieve their amp-like distortion. And Smooth Drive 1 claims to deliver vintage tones that are just on the edge of break-up, rather than full-on distortion.