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?
R3FX are a one‑man guitar‑effects outfit based in the US, and they offer a range of pedal mods by mail order, as well as a ...
David Greeves gets his hands on this specialist piece of kit that can modify your existing guitar pedals with overdrive and delay effects.
If you’re an electronic musician who’s tired of trying to make generic audio software fulfil specific needs, perhaps Siren Audio’s package is for you.
Oto’s 8-bit effects box gains a synth and sequencer. Is this the icing on the, er, Biscuit?
Take Sonar back to the ’60s with this vintage-style tape-flanging effect!
Paul White checks out this stomp-box effect from Electro Harmonix.
Chris Korff reviews this pedal-format spring reverb derived from the Demeter rackmount units, which uses real springs rather than an emulation circuit.
There have been plenty of Leslie emulators over the years, but is the Ventilator the one that finally nails ‘that’ sound?
Come with us on a journey through time and space, as we explore the mysteries of Eventide’s remarkable new effects pedal...
You’d think a digital effect processor’s brilliance might have been eclipsed somewhat in the last decade, but Eventide have made significant software changes that keep this one fresh, relevant and desirable.
Paul White plugs his guitar in and strums away, all in the name of reviewing this effects pedal!
Can a 30‑year old algorithm in a tiny blue box really be at the cutting edge of room simulation? The answer to that question would appear to be “yes”.
This hands‑free take on the long‑established E-bow concept offers a promising new palette of sounds for the recording guitarist.
Swedish bass‑equipment manufacturers EBS’s
updated MultiComp pedal is intended to make
transparent‑sounding bass compression easy to achieve. Matt Houghton investigates...
Available ready-made or in kit form, the STS is more affordable than the competition... but is it any good?
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