In a world where makers of digital amp simulators take pride in offering a huge variety of models, Universal Audio have adopted a ‘less is more’ approach.
Gibson breathe new life into a fondly remembered vintage pedal marque.
Having already emulated the Echoplex tape delay, Foxgear set their sights on the Binson Echorec.
This modern take on the Lexicon 224 may be a pedal, but it has applications that go way beyond guitar.
One of the best Uni‑Vibe clones on the market just got an update.
The IR‑200 is a compact, DSP‑powered pedal that pairs an amp simulator with a speaker cabinet impulse‑response engine.
Embracing both the charm and limitations of open‑reel tape, the Tensor is a unique and creative looping pedal.
Can a pedal really replicate the classic studio sound of a tweed‑era Champ?
Donner’s Island Delay is a multimode delay pedal with a maximum delay time of 1.2 seconds and 10 delay types on offer...
If you’re a fan of early 1970s guitar tones, this evamp of the classic Colorsound Power Boost pedal might be one you’ll enjoy...
The Electro‑Harmonix Memory Man is one of the longest‑running and most popular analogue delay pedals around and...
These valve‑based pedals offer DSP speaker emulation, USB audio interfacing and comprehensive EQ.
With both a hardware pedal and a plug‑in version included, this classy‑sounding reverb offers more options than most.
Another of Eventide’s excellent plug‑ins makes the transition to the popular pedal format.
Parallel processing while mixing is a common technique — so why not try it with your pedals when recording?
Blackstar Dept. 10 Boost is part of a series of pedals that use full‑voltage, dual‑triode valves to provide the touch responsiveness of a valve amplifier.
It may be super-compact, but the MX5 punches well above its price tag. What’s not to like?
Described by its creator as a “weirding module”, the Atreides doesn’t do things by halves!
We all love a good spring reverb, and the Light Pedal from Gamechanger Audio offers much more than most.
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.
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