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Read Gearphoria inside The Deli’s Austin Issue!

gearphoriasx Stompbox-philes, Once again The Deli will be hosting a mag inside the mag! The hosted mag is Gearphoria, a digital magazine focused on boutique manufacturers of guitar gear. Well, "digital" until now, since The Deli's issue will be in print! Check out their section about pedals here, linked to...

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Best Guitar Pedals of 2016 according to Gearphoria

best-of-2016 Our friends at Gearphoria recently published the list of the best Stompboxes of 2016; below you can finds and an interactive gallery linked to this feature - each picture links to the pedal's most popular YouTube video! You can read the full article in print or online...

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Read Gearphoria inside The Deli NYC’s issue #49

gearbig A few months ago, right around the Brooklyn Stompbox Exhibit 2016, our sister site/magazine The Deli kicked off a collaboration with Gearphoria (a digital magazine that focuses on boutique manufacturers of electric guitar equipment). The collaboration continues with issue #49 of The Deli NYC, which is truly a "split...

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First The Deli/Gearphoria collaborative issue is online

deli-gearphoria Pedalivorous humans, For our upcoming Brooklyn Stompbox Exhibit we wanted to have an issue of The Deli even more special than usual. That's why we asked our friends at Gearphoria (who are obsessed with gear, as you maybe have gathered) to help us out with some pedal...

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Seminal, vintage fuzz pedals: the WEM-Rush Pepbox – by Gearphoria

pepbox SOMEBODY once said that if you remember the ‘60s you weren’t really there, and this is clearly a problem if you have an interest in effects pedal history. The WEM-Rush Pepbox was, until recently, one of the great mysteries of UK fuzz, an area which is notoriously, um, fuzzy...

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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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