You are here

Signal Processors

  • link

    Electro-Harmonix Canyon

    Delay & Looper Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix’s Canyon is a delay/looper, but it goes the extra mile, packing a wide repertoire of delay effects into its compact pedal format.

    Reviews Aug 2017
  • link

    Radial Regency

    Pre-Drive Boost & Drive Pedal

    Rather than offer a straightforward overdrive pedal, the Regency Pre-Drive combines a clean signal level booster with a separate, more restrained drive section.

    Reviews May 2017
  • link

    Boss CP-1X

    'Waza Craft' Compressor Pedal

    The CP-1X is no typical guitar compressor pedal. It employs Boss’s proprietary Multi-Dimensional Processing (MDP) technology, which analyses various aspects of the incoming signal in real time and then responds by optimising the digital processing for the source.

    Reviews Apr 2017
  • link

    Origin Effects Cali76 Compact & Compact Deluxe

    Compressor Pedals

    The Cali76 puts the sound and feel of a Urei 1176 into a guitar pedal, providing epic compression and sustain with studio-like transparency and low noise.

    Reviews Nov 2016
  • link

    Origin Effects SlideRig Compact & Compact Deluxe

    Dual-stage Compressor Pedals

    The Origin Effects SlideRig is a unique compressor pedal designed primarily for electric slide guitarists. 

    Reviews Oct 2016
  • link

    PandaMIDI Future Impact I

    Bass Guitar Processor & MIDI Synthesizer Pedal

    Designed by PandaMIDI in Hungary and inspired by the long-discontinued Akai Deep Impact, this unit adds a useful range of extra features.

    Reviews Aug 2016
  • link

    TC Electronic HyperGravity

    Multi-band Compressor Pedal

    TC’s HyperGravity compressor pedal is unapologetically digital and is based on the algorithms developed for TC’s high-end System 6000 platform.

    Reviews Aug 2016
  • link

    Strymon Dig | Media

    Dual-channel Digital Delay

    Audio files to accompany the article.

    Reviews Jan 2016
  • link

    Strymon Dig

    Dual-channel Digital Delay

    Not all digital delay pedals strike the right balance between convenience and quality. How does this one fare?

    Reviews Jan 2016
  • link

    Nemphasis X7

    Tube Overdrive Pedal

    While an overdrive pedal might not seem like an obvious studio accessory I’ve often found that using an analogue overdrive pedal before a software modelling amp/speaker produces more musical results.

    Reviews Jul 2015
  • link

    Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork

    Polyphonic Pitch-shifting Guitar Effects Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix have always had a good reputation for their pitch-shift effects. How does their latest one compare?

    Reviews Jun 2015
  • link

    TC Electronic Alter Ego X4 Vintage Echo

    Stereo/Mono Delay Pedal

    Does this take on delay-pedal history merit a place in your pedalboard’s future?

    Reviews Feb 2015
  • link

    Korg SDD-3000 Pedal

    Digital Delay Processor

    A modern stompbox take on a classic digital delay unit — what’s not to like?

    Reviews Oct 2014
  • link

    Tech 21 Hot Rod Plexi

    Distortion Pedal

    Tech 21's Hot Rod Plexi claims to replicate the classic tone and feel of a vintage Marshall amp in pedal form. Does it deliver, or is it really just another overdrive pedal?

    Reviews Jul 2014
  • link

    Origin Effects Cali76 Compressor Pedal

    Compression is an often under-rated weapon in the electric guitarist's arsenal.

    Reviews Aug 2013
  • link

    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
  • link

    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
  • link

    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
  • link

    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
  • link

    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
  • link

    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

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Signal Processors