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Best of NAMM 2017: Chase Bliss Audio’s Brothers Analog Gain Stage Pedal

chase-bliss-brothers-1200-80[1] With regular sized pedals featuring incredibly deep functionality (but still holding on to - as they like to say - an "analog heart"), in just a few years Chase Bliss Audio (established in 2013) has been able to create a new standard for the beloved stompbox format. At the NAMM...

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Adventure Audio unveils the Dream Reaper Fuzzy Modulation Machine

dream-reaper-product-shot_1024x10241 We love crazy pedals with lotsa knobs and we also love the quirky but beautifully shot videos produced by Knobs. One of their latest is about... this crazy pedal with lotsa knob by Adventure Audio, called the Dream Reaper. Wanna know what's in it? Here's how...

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New Pedals: TWA – Hot Sake Overdrive/Distortion

TVA Hot Sake Japanese engineers excel at many things, but seem to have a knack for musical instrument circuits. If they certainly outshine the rest of the world at manufacturing synthesizers (think Korg, Roland and Yamaha!), nobody can fault them for their guitar pedal creations either. BOSS (also part of Roland) is...

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New Pedals: Pettyjohn Electronics Fuze Distortion/Fuzz

pettyjohn_fuze_product_11Based in Albany, Oregon, Pettyjohn Electronics is a new-ish face in the community of boutique pedal manufacturers, but one that is receiving a certain amount of attention (and flattering reviews). Entirely focused, at least for now, on the dirt and color realms, since 2015 they have been releasing six all analog pedals with...

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How to Sound Like Jimi Hendrix | from Reverb.com

We found this cool video by Reverb.com about how to get Jimi Hendrix's guitar sound and thought our readers might appreciate, check it out!

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New Pedals: Strymon’s Riverside Multistage Drive

riverside_details_labels-927x10241 Strymon, a company that built its name on clean, warm and lush tones, has finally entered the "dirty" pedal distortion market with Riverside, described as "the culmination of a thorough analysis of numerous analog and vacuum tube circuits." The company's goal was to deliver a new world...

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Elektron enters the guitar pedal world with the Analog Drive!

bb-25-580x5581 Well, this was kind of unexpected: Our upcoming Brooklyn Synth Expo will serve as a launch platform for a... stompbox! The pedal, manufactured by Swedish synth maker Elektron, is called Analog Drive, and it seems to borrow, at least in part, from the distortion stage of the company's "audio enhancer/destroyer"
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Pedals at the BK SBE: the updated Rockbox Boiling Point

maxresdefault1 The notorious Boiling Point from Rockbox has returned in  2014 from the stompbox abyss with an updated look and slimmer price tag (check out the old version here) You'll be able to check out this new version this very weekend at our Brooklyn Stompbox...

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New Pedal: Mu-FX Boostron 3

IMG_7134_large[1] A power trio of pedals, the Boostron 3 from Mu-FX (owned by west coast legendary designer Mike Beigel, founder of Mu-Tron) totes three classic circuit designs in a compact, pedalboard-friendly housing. This versatile standalone pedal includes circuits emulating the Stratoblaster clean boost (here named "Blaster", the Dan...

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The WrightSounds Fuzz-Stang comes to Brooklyn

Hi-res-Fuzz-Stang-Mk-II[1]The '70s were prime-time for deliciously dirty fuzz tones, and the Sam Ash Fuzz-Stainer - a pedal that harkens back to a time when the music retail giant was cranking out their own brand of effects - delivered delirious levels of fuzzy goodness. For most pedal connoisseurs...

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Seminal, vintage pedals: the Seamoon Fresh Fuzz – by Gearphoria

fresh-fuzz It’s 1973 in Berkeley, California, and a young electrical wizard named Craig Anderton has just developed his take on the envelope filter. He calls it the “Funk Machine”, and together with John Lang, starts an innovative and experimental guitar effects brand, Seamoon Inc. Hand-building each individual unit,...

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AJ Peat Pedals’ Screaming Flamingo and Dirty Buzzard

12294792_454398514750223_2913904229537690380_n[1] Orange County boutique manufacturer AJ Peat, owned and founded by Luthier and self-described tinkerer Andrew James Peat, builds guitars, effect pedals and other signature audio devices. At the 2016 Summer NAMM show in Nashville his pedals were on display in the Cusack/Mojo Hand booth. This was...

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