Morley Vai-2 Bad Horsie2 Contour Wah Pedal Review

Passionate guitarists had been waiting for a pedal that would fulfill most of their wildest fantasies, so when the Morley Vai-2 Bad Horsie debuted into the guitar pedals market; they considered it an answer to their prayers. A switchless engage design is one of the exceptional features that you will find on the guitar pedal. […]

TC Electronics Hyper Gravity Compressor Pedal Review

Are you aware that HyperGravity Compressor pedal could be the missing link that has been preventing you from producing that great tone? It offers multiple compression modes that are all remarkable, including an amazing multi-band compressor, a classic compressor as well as infinite compression combinations via TonePrint technology. Therefore, it’s the key that can enable […]

Way Huge WHE401 Swollen Pickle Pedal Review

The WHE401 Swollen Pickle used to be among the most sought after guitar pedals for several years, although its production ground to a halt for a while. However, there is good news for passionate guitarists; the once-popular guitar pedal is back with a bang! Just like it was when it was first launched in the […]

Wampler Latitude Tremolo Deluxe Pedal Review

Tremolo pedals haven’t changed much since the days of the DeArmond Tremolo Control that first debuted towards the end of the 1940s. The first device had only two knobs for intensity and speed. However, these two elements laid the foundation for most of the modern-day tremolo pedals and amps. There is something particularly attractive and […]

Xotic Effects XW-1 Wah Pedal Review

The original Clyde McCoy pedals that were made in Italy between the years 1967 and 1969 were (and still are) undoubtedly Holy Grails of vintage wah tone. Lucky guitarists who were fortunate enough to try out one of the legendary guitar pedals can bear testimony to this fact. Over the years, many guitar pedals have […]

Wampler Ego-Compressor Essentials Pedal Review

The archetypal MXR Dyna Comp and Ross Compressors are classic compression pedals characterized by a unique compression sound that many guitarists fell (and still fall) in love with. However, the classic pedals had certain limitations, including; tonal coloration, signal noise and unavailable parameter control, among other limitations. Over the years, many guitar pedal builders have […]

Boss RC-3 Loop Station Pedal Review

The RC-3 pedal is a powerfully equipped looper pedal that offers you substantial stereo recording time of up to 3 hours, USB compatibility, storage for nearly 100 loops as well as a comprehensive rhythm guide. Marathon looping With the RC-3, you can record stereo for about 180 minutes directly to the pedal’s internal memory. Do not […]

MXR M109 6-Band Graphic EQ Review

The MXR M109 is an exceptionally designed EQ pedal that can carve, shriek, scoop and also rumble with great ease. Would you like to totally redefine your sound or enhance an iniquitous alternate lead tone which can jump out of the device at will? Would you like to convert a problematic signal into a new […]

Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi Review

This distortion/fuzz pedal has been in use for several years, and has been offering guitarists unique fuzz-like distortion which can’t be produced by many other guitar pedals in the market. The Volume, Sustain and Tone controls are quite simple to use. You’ll find it extremely easy to set the output, enhance saturation and color your […]

WMD Effects Protostar Envelope Filter Pedal Review

The WMD Protostar Envelope Filter presents a more advanced version of their Super Fatman envelope filter. Essentially, the Protostar Envelope Filter comes with a plethora of additional and pro level features that exhibit a unique sound design experience. This filter has a built in LFO , has five filter modes, a full CV patch bay for […]