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    Digitech Whammy (5th Gen)

    Pitch-shifting Effects Pedal

    The latest version of the Digitech Whammy — the pedal-operated digital pitch-shifter that has been keeping guitarists amused...

    Reviews Apr 2013
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    Morpheus Bomber

    Polyphonic Pitch‑shift Pedal

    It's perfectly possible to use a tremolo arm to make the pitch of your guitar strings drop in real time, and guitarists have...

    Reviews Jun 2012
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    Eventide ModFactor & PitchFactor

    Effects Pedals

    These flexible effects pedals from the makers of the original Harmonizer are equally at home on stage and in the studio, with guitar, keys or even a mixing desk.

    Reviews Oct 2009
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    JoeMeek Floor Q

    Compressor Pedal

    We check out this traditional JoeMeek compressor in pedal format, for use with guitars, basses and other instruments.

    Reviews Sep 2009
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    Eventide Time Factor

    Delay & Looping Effects Pedal

    This classy stomp box is much more than a guitar effect, and it is equally impressive on stage and in the studio.

    Reviews Mar 2008
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    Fishman Aura Imaging Pedals

    Acoustic Guitar Processors

    Fishman's acclaimed process for improving the sound of acoustic guitar pickups is now available in pedal format — and with 24-bit converters and 32-bit internal processing, this is a distinctly superior-sounding Aura.

    Reviews Nov 2007
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    Bob Moog MuRF

    Voltage-Controlled Filter Pedal

    This unusual effects pedal combines a bank of eight band-pass filters with an analogue-style control sequencer.

    Reviews Apr 2005
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    Aphex Punch Factory

    Compressor Pedal

    This new optical compressor not only has a smooth sound, but also offers gain-reduction metering to help you set it up.

    Reviews Dec 2004
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    Studio Electronics Modmax Filter & Phaser

    Analogue Effect Pedals

    Two effect pedals from the celebrated synth manufacturer provide serious modulation flexibility within a stomp-box format.

    Reviews Jul 2004
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    Big Briar Moogerfoogers

    Pedal-based Voltage-controlled Processing System

    Since 1999, Bob Moog's Big Briar company has been making analogue filters and effects pedals based on his original Moog module designs. Now there's a central control unit, so that you can use them all together as a complete processing system.

    Reviews Feb 2002

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