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Guitar Pedal News: ZVex Fuzz Factory Reborn!

Hey remember that time when ZVex bestowed upon the Earth the Fuzz Factory? Well prepare to throw that memory in the trash while you make room for the Fuzz Factory 7. This new version is packed with new features that are sure...

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Review: Klon 3 aka KTR

I’ve always wanted a Klon. I played the first Centaur in the late 90's at a friend’s studio in San Francisco and by then they were already over $600. Somehow I missed the second model. I must have given up on being able to...

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Review: Ernie Ball MVP “Most Valuable Pedal”

For years you've loved Ernie Ball's passive 250k pot-packing volume pedal the VP Junior for its durability, reasonably small stage footprint, and the precision with which its treadle/sweep can be manipulated and controlled. Now it's time to get acquainted with the VP's badass big brother the...

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New Pedal Manufacturers: Lone Wolf FX

Any guitarists out there looking to sculpt a tone for a niche sub-genre of metal, post hardcore or noise rock should take a deep, hard look at boutique pedal manufacture Lone Wolf Audio. This Austin-based shop (run by the designer of now defunct Enormous Door Pedals) has...

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Pedal Review: BOSS MO-2

When Boss introduced their line of new pedals last year with “Multi-Dimensional Processing” (MDP) technology, I admit I was a bit skeptical. The technology, created in tandem with Roland, sounded like flashy marketing but based on the verbiage alone it wasn’t...

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Lo-Fi in a box: Penny Pedals Radio Deluxe

Radio-like effects have been incredibly popular on vocals for quite some time now - I think it all started with Beck's debut album O-Delay. Guitarists interested in a unique lo-fi filter effect that isn't just a modded fuzz or scratchy vinyl emulator should...

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Seen at SNAMM: Outlaw Mini-Pedals

Sometimes you don't need to go too far to see new and unexpected things... completely unannounced, a board of mini-pedals showed up at our Summer NAMM Stompbox Exhibit. We were expecting two T-Rex boards, but the US distributor of the Danish manufacturer (Musiquip) actually...

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Seen at SNAMM: Übermut’s changing diodes

When I attempted to translate “Ubermut” from German, Google told me the word means “high spirits.” However, when I look at this new mod-ready overdrive, what immediately comes to mind is “super mutt”, which I think is a pretty fitting moniker.

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Seen at SNAMM: JHS Colour Box review

Unless you have Dave Grohl kind of  money, you are probably only familiar with the charms of the Neve console indirectly. Used on famous recordings by artists from The Beatles to Nirvana to Daft Punk, Neve consoles are a big part of analog...

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New Pedals: Amzel Electronics’ Cheshire Cat Tone Evaporator

In the eternal search for the ideal distorted guitar tone, Groveland, MA based Amzel Electronics definitely belongs to the group of manufacturers who choose to try new paths rather than limit themselves to recreating vintage circuitry.

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Pedal Review: The Fulltone Clyde Deluxe

Not too many people actually know the history of the wah pedal. Most folks think it starts with Jimi Hendrix and his iconic Voodoo Chile tone, but the story actually begins with Clyde McCoy - a white Dixieland jazz trumpeter from the thirties...

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Pedals Highlighted in The Deli’s issue #39

JHS Pedals Colour Box, T-Rex Vulture Distortion, Red Panda Particle, Wampler Latitude Tremolo Deluxe. The full issue of The Deli can be read online here.

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