From MOD Kits DIY
, here’s a refreshing approach to wah pedals: The New Wahtz Wah Pedal Kit
offers the hands-on experience of building your own pedal through kit instruction and in their own terms, “… produces the classic Wah tone you've come expect...
Loopers have been around for a while now, dating back to the old days of Les Paul practicing sound on sound techniques with his tape machines in the 50's. Now there are many choices of loop pedals and it seems that any company...
is a California based team of developers that specializes in reproduction: they take schematics of classic pedals and revamp them with modern electronics in order to give players the chance to play through legendary stomp-boxes for a fraction of the...
Austin, TX - In March 2014 The Deli's Stompbox Exhibit - a free, interactive, in-the-headphones display of guitar effect pedals - will travel to Austin for its first official involvement in the SXSW's Music Gear Expo, part of the big musicREAD MORE
Long Island based manufacturer Analog Alien
has been getting quite some buzz since taking part in our Brooklyn Stompbox Exhibit in 2012. Their new Alien Bass Station pedal offers something bass players everywhere will surely...
The greatest pitfall of many boutique pedals is over-indulgence; putting together a pedal that is physically and sonically unique enough to stand apart from its competition and simultaneously triumphs as a marvel of effect trailblazing is no easy task. This...
The wizards at EarthQuaker Devices
premiered two new pedals at this year’s Winter NAMM: The Pitch Bay
Dirty Polyphonic Harmonizer and the Terminal
, both of which flaunt simple ideas accentuated by that signature EQD ingenuity.
One of the most fun tricks we learned in our youth from great indie bands like The Pixies and R.E.M is to use the guitar's pickup switches to turn the long notes on-and-off, which generates some sort of manually controlled square tremolo effect.
One of the coolest new product we saw at NAMM was right in our own booth down in Hall E - yes, we were in Anaheim with our Stompbox Exhibit featuring 11 boutique manufacturers.
Stomp Labs, a...
NYC based stompbox maker Pigtronix
follows up their 2006 Echolution delay pedal with its badass sequel, the Echolution 2 standard and deluxe
With basic delay function that spans from 10ms to 10s repeat time and secondary delays to generate multi-delay patterns, this...
New from the legendary team at Electro-Harmonix
(who've been churning out a considerable amount of new pedals in the last few months), the Lumberjack Logarithmic
takes a new approach to the design of the overdrive pedal.