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. […]

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 […]

Zoom G3X Multi-Effects Processor Review

If you’d like to start creating a variety of sounds from your guitar within a few minutes, then you should try out the Zoom G3X. It’s exceptionally designed with features such as; ultrafast patch-changing speed, 435- 445 tune ranger, at least six effects that can be utilized simultaneously, onboard chromatic tuner that supports all the […]

Dunlop GCB95 The Original Cry Baby® Wah Wah Pedal Review

Most people equate the wah-wah pedal with the rock and psychedelic sounds of the late Sixties, in particular, bands like the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Cream – I know I certainly do. However country artist, Chet Atkins, used a similar device, which he made himself as far back as the late Fifties. The wah effect […]

Boss DS-1X Distortion Pedal Review

When it comes to guitar pedals, Boss has been a leader for over 35 years. They have been at the forefront of guitar pedal technology since 1977. The technology has evolved and quality improved with the Boss DS-1X Distortion pedal that is equipped with Multi-Dimensional Processing technology that produces a clearer sound. The resurrected or […]