The EQ2 offers quality graphic and parametric EQ, with full MIDI capabilities, all delivered in a robust pedal. What's not to like?
Boss got so much right with their DD‑3 that it has remained on sale ever since it launched in 1986. But this year they’ve updated it and introduced the more adventurous DD‑8.
Warm Audio’s Foxy Tone Box claims to be an accurate recreation of one of the most sought‑after vintage fuzz pedals of all time...
Source Audio have managed to get the relationship between input envelope and filter response to feel very natural on this envelope-controlled filter.
This studio VCA compressor in a pedal employs THAT VCA chips like those found in, for example, modern iterations of the SSL bus compressor.
Cirrus combines delay, reverb, dynamic modulation, dynamic filtering, sample & hold modulation and octave shimmer in a single digital pedal.
11 impressive modulation processes all in one compact pedal — what's not to like?
The 1973 version two Big Muff Pi — with a ram's head printed on the casework — was used on so many classic records that EHX have decided to bring it back.
Bass9 transforms the signal from a standard six-string electric guitar into one of nine different bass sounds...
Collider is essentially a dual–DSP marriage of Source Audio's Ventris reverb pedal and their Nemesis delay.
Nano offers the same overdrive and distortion as the original Operation Overlord pedal, minus the stereo ins/outs.
Billed as a faithful recreation of the built-in chorus effect found in the Roland Juno‑60 synthesizer, the June‑60 pedal goes all out to recreate the Juno aesthetic...
Hedra offers auto–harmony, pitch detuning, pitch glide and various other less obvious but highly usable functions.
These audio examples accompany our Kemper Profiler Stage review from SOS December 2019.
Boasting three pressure-sensitive footswitches, this delay pedal puts more control at your feet than most.
Kemper finally have a floorboard version of their groundbreaking Profiling Amplifier. Has it been worth the wait?
This all-digital pedal's polyphonic envelope technology lets you apply separate envelope shapes to overlapping notes to simulate a tape reverse effect.
This pedal aims to emulate a range of amp tones, from clean to heavily distorted, using what Neunaber describe as a 'multi–stage, dynamic gain architecture'.
This stompbox combines analogue and digital processing to offer bucket-brigade warmth without the down sides.
Two Notes' latest device offers serious power-amp and cabinet modelling in a convenient stompbox format.
Peter Hamstead and engineer Tim Steer’s clever all-analogue design effectively enables the end user to create their own take on an overdrive pedal, as it presents a choice of three different clipping circuits...
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