Just what the world needs, right? Another overdrive pedal... Well, in the case of the Electro-Harmonix Soul Food the answer...
Although they're intended mainly for guitarists, modular knob twiddlers could also find plenty to like about Moog's new pedals.
If you need authentic‑sounding robo vocals or a passable imitation of Stephen Hawking, look no further than Roland's VT3.
The latest addition to Eventide's stompbox range has the chameleon-like ability to emulate all of its siblings! Not only that, but the new H9 can be controlled and edited from your iPhone or iPad.
Roger Mayer has an impressive resumé, having built effects for Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page back in the day.
Does Strymon's latest offering finally deliver studio-quality reverb for the guitarist?
Another pedal featuring Boss's Multi-dimensional Processing technology, and the 100th pedal to be added to their range.
The Vox StompLab IIG offers a selection of modelled guitar multi-effects, based on 104 model types (44 of which are amp...
The French company behind many of the software plug-ins for the Creamware DSP platform have branched out into analogue guitar pedals and produced something quite different!
We explore the IK Multimedia iRig HD & Amplitude 3 Guitar Interface & Software for iOS
The uniquely complex, spacious swirl of a real, mechanical Leslie rotary-speaker cabinet sound in a pedal!
Native Instruments’ latest plug-in suite aims to provide the classic Lexicon reverb sound at a budget-friendly price.
TC’s latest processor makes it easier than ever before to manipulate the sound of your voice.
Guitar processor from US-based stomp-box manufacturer.
Electro-Harmonix' Superego effect is a spin-off from their Freeze pedal, which was itself derived from one of their 'infinite...
With a pair of digitally controlled analogue filters, the Wahoo promises to provide the full spectrum of wah and filter effects, including something completely new...
The FB2 is an unusual pedal incorporating some rather clever technology that allows guitar players to create genuine feedback-...
Based in Nottingham, UK, Coopersonic Audio Engineering are responsible for a growing range of hand-wired effects pedals.
Coopersonic Audio Engineering produce a range of hand-wired effects in Nottingham, England.
Source Audio are probably best known for their unique Hot Hand controller, a wireless ring worn on the finger that provides...
The latest Moogerfooger, offering chorus and flanging, is alluring but not cheap — so is the Cluster Flux worth the bucks?
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