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New Pedals: DOD Boneshaker Distortion by Black Arts Toneworks

There's a new tendency in the pedal manufacturing world we really dig and encourage: we are referring to mainstream companies like Dunlop and DigiTech assigning some of their pedal designs to "emerging" boutique manufacturers. One of the new products of this kind of interaction is...

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New Pedals: Seymour Duncan Vise Grip

The latest offering from Santa Barbara, CA pickup and pedal manufacturer Seymour Duncan is a highly versatile compression pedal designed to allow players to take an active role in sculpting their compressed tone. Its name is Vise Grip.

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New Pedals: EQD’s Fuzz Master General

EarthQuaker Devices unveiled four new pedals at NAMM 2015, two of which are re-issues of classics now in a smaller format (which is definitely a trend appreciated by musicians when pedal board real estate is a necessity). The first of these re-packaged re-issues, the...

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New Pedals: JHS Twin Twelve

The Slivertone "Twin Twelve" 1484 is a classic sleeper amp. Manufactured by Sears in the 60s, the amp packs a ton of sound in a somewhat rickety plywood cabinet. Because of the poor build quality, and a tinny and temperamental reverb circuit, the amp has...

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New Pedals: Wampler Plexi Drive Deluxe

Another pedal that caught our attention at NAMM 2015 was Wampler's new Plexi Drive Deluxe, which will be released on February 27, 2014. We at Delicious Audio are huge fans of the Plexi era of Marshall amps, but the truth is, they're massive and...

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NAMM News: Source Audio presents nine new pedals, including Nemesis Delay

At NAMM 2015, Massachusetts based pedal manufacturer Source Audio introduced an unprecedented number of new products, and a rather surprising change of direction in the cosmetics department: known for their Soundblox series, which were rather "sci-fi" looking pedals, the Source Audio decided...

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NAMM pedal news: Empress Stereo Buffer+

This year's NAMM has brought us some new gadgets we want to get our paws on. Here's one that stood out from the crowd- the Empress Effects' Stereo Buffer Plus. As the name implies, it's a double buffer unit in one box, set up...

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NAMM news: Walrus Audio’s Luminary, Vanguard and Bellwether

Edgy engineering and thinking about the (stomp) box are two of the qualities that allowed Walrus Audio to become one of the most buzz-worthy (and best selling) emerging manufacturers of the 10's (by the way, why does it sound so weird to say that, "the 10's"?)....

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NAMM pedal news: ZVex BOMB POP, Woolly Mammoth, Midi Light Show

We saw many, many, many, waaay too many interesting things at NAMM this year, but what really fired our imagination was ZVex's midi triggered light show system - which also includes stompboxes of course - although we haven't yet figured out yet what those pedals...

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New Pedals: Visual Sound V3 Route 66 American Overdrive + Compressor

A lot of guitarists are most familiar with Tennessee pedal manufacturer Visual Sound for their popular pedal power line, the 1 Spot, but the manufacturer is first and foremost an effects shop with an emphasis on reliability. Before we get to the company...

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A look at Red Panda Lab’s Bitmap – a bitcrusher pedal

Remember when all recording engineers and pro audio magazines were saying that digital recordings sound awful? Well, we guess that was so long ago that people are starting to actually miss that sound...

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New Pedals: Keeley GC-2 Limiting Amplifier

Keeley's compression pedals have an incredible reputation, so the release of a new "Limiting Amplifier" (called GC-2) is certainly an event that should get many guitarists interested.

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