Origin Effects' latest offering is inspired by the work of the backline technicians of the ’70s and ’80s who spent time modifying amps in search of new and exciting sounds.
The Vibraslide is a genuinely unique and impressive take on the guitar sustainer concept.
Love stompboxes but find pedal compressors frustratingly untweakable? This one’s designed with you in mind...
While UltraTap can go some way towards replicating a multi‑head tape echo machine, it also excels at artificial double-tracking, dreamy ambient delays, vocal thickening and gentle tremolo...
Hotone believe you shouldn’t have to tweak a million virtual components to find a great guitar tone...
This powerful digital stompbox is far more than just a distortion pedal...
UA have long been among the best developers of analogue‑modelling software, so the world is expecting great things of these little boxes. Do they deliver the goods?
Fideleater is a lo‑fi chorus, vibrato and delay pedal whose six controls can be used to access a huge palette of sounds.
Given the significant cost of this pedal, it’s probably going to appeal mainly to those who already know what to expect from it, though the limited production run may also make it of interest to collectors.
The original Pitch Fork, reviewed back in SOS June 2015, now has a more grown‑up sibling, the Pitch Fork+.
While the Vena Cava Filter is a distortion pedal at heart, the main functions of this unit are an auto-filter and ring modulator.
The Super Freq by Holy Island Audio is not for the subtle tone seeker, as it is wild and unruly — but in the most wonderful way!
The bucket‑brigade analogue delay line gives this pedal a classic chorus sound reminiscent of the early Clone Theory pedals...
We check out four pedals that emulate classic amplifier types.
Why let guitarists have all the fun? Stompboxes can be inspirational mixing tools.
With patch‑morphing and a built‑in step sequencer, the NightSky is no ordinary reverb unit.
This delicious‑sounding phaser should fill the needs of funk players or those trying to replicate some of the gentler Jimi Hendrix and David Gilmour effects.
Eventide have put their out‑there reverb effect into a compact pedal.
The EQ2 offers quality graphic and parametric EQ, with full MIDI capabilities, all delivered in a robust pedal. What's not to like?
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...
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.
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