1. Seymour Duncan Catalina Chorus Effects Pedal Review

    Seymour Duncan Catalina Chorus Effects Pedal Review
    When most musicians hear the name Seymour Duncan, they most likely think of great pickups. And while that part of Duncan's business remains the core of their brand, the company has quietly amassed an impressive lineup of fantastic effects pedals as well. From the 805 Overdrive to the Dirty Deed Distortion, Duncan's effects display the same amount of quality and construction found in their pickups and usually offer a unique take on the concept. First announced at this year's Winter NAMM, Duncan's Catalina Chorus pedal has created a good deal a buzz despite its short time on the market. We take a closer look at the Catalina to help you decide if this new pedal deserves a spot on your board.   Continue reading →
  2. Walrus Audio Announce Two New Pedals At NAMM 2016

    Walrus Audio Announce Two New Pedals At NAMM 2016
    Known for their highly versatile and highly stylized effects, Walrus Audio unveiled two brand new pedals that will soon be joining their lineup: the Julia Chorus/Vibrato and the Contraband Fuzz. With its ability to blend between Chorus and Vibrato effects, The Julia allows players to take their sound to strange new places. The Contraband and its simple design meanwhile aim to take the fluff out of the Fuzz pedal. After taking a good look at both of them, we can say that these pedals are sure to continue the pedal maker's penchant for creative takes on well-known effects.   Continue reading →
  3. Electro Harmonix Memory Toy Review

    The Electro Harmonix Memory Toy @$103.50 One of the most popular effects in the world of music is the use of delay. Its implementation is simple and straight forward – take the signal, double it and play the copied one back a bit behind the original one causing a very well known echo sound – but trying to control it...
  4. EarthQuaker Devices Sea Machine Chorus Pedal Review

    EarthQuaker Sea Machine Chorus  @ $214.00 If you have yet to check out the pedals from the guys over at EarthQuaker Devices, you’re missing out on some of the most unique sounding – and looking – pedals to come around in a long time. Based in Akron, Ohio, these guys are never satisfied with the status quo when it comes...
  5. MXR Reissues Classic 80's Micro Chorus, Flanger and Phase Pedals

    Dunlop is reissuing some classic pedals from the 80's like the Micro Chorus, Micro Flanger and the Phase 45 pedals. The Micro Chorus will ship this month and the other two will follow in March. With its simple operation and stellar analog tone—the MXR Micro Chorus joins the ranks of MXR Classics such as the Phase 90, Dyna Comp and...

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