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Wampler Thirty Something

Features: If you’ve ever plugged into an AC style amp then the controls of the Wampler Thirty Something should be very familiar to you. EQ controls for Treble, Bass, Top Cut and Gain, along with Volume and Boost level. The secret sauce is in the ‘headroom’ switch (15 or 30) which changes how the pedal […]

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Fulltone OCD

The OCD has become a staple for overdrive pedals in the market today. It’s common tag price right now is around $127.99 which is a steal for an amazing drive pedal. Now, before I go on, I need to throw a disclaimer out there: I’m not a tube screamer guy, I prefer a “cleaner” drive […]

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LR Baggs Anthem Review

Acoustic guitar pickups can be one of the most challenging products to purchase. There are a ton of options out there, and you also have issues to deal with. Three main issues being: 1. Getting a natural acoustic tone. 2. Being loud enough. 3. Avoiding feedback. I really believe LR Baggs has succeeded on all […]

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Vox AC10 Review

Vox AC10 In-depth Review Vox just released the AC10C1, a 10-watt, all-tube design, combo amp with a 10” Celestion VX10 custom speaker. There are two 12AX7 tubes in the pre-amp section and two EL84 tubes in the power stage. According to the Vox website, “the AC10C1 features the Top Boost tone circuit that provides an […]

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Strymon Deco Review

The Deco is Strymon’s most versatile “small enclosure” offering. It’s goal is to capture the feel and sound of vintage reel to reel studio recording units and the studio tricks and magic that found it’s way on to so many classic recordings but were impossible to fully recreate in a live setting. The Deco has […]

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JHS Colour Box Review

The JHS Colour Box is an amazing piece of gear. I guess it’s technically a pedal but it does so much more. The Colour Box is a studio grade pre-amp designed to be the equivalent of a single channel strip on a classic Neve soundboard. These consoles have been found in legendary recording studios like […]

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Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer Review

The Ibanez Ts9 Tube Screamer is a revolutionary pedal that tons of artists have used throughout the years; Stevie Ray Vaughan, John Mayer, Billy Gibbons, etc. Though it is commonly associated with blues and rock music, Tubescreamers are the epitome of worship guitar tone, alongside transparent drives of course. You can hear it on early […]

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Strymon Brigadier dBucket Delay Review

Want a killer analog delay with tap tempo AND a small footprint? Look no further. The Brigadier is based off of the old “Bucket Brigade” analog delays, like the old big box Memory Mans (Men? That sounds cooler.) The pedal itself is built like a tank, like all of the other Strymon pedals, and is […]

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ZVex Box of Rock Distortion Review

Zachary Vex created an incredible overdrive pedal in the Box of Rock for those, who want to get the characteristics of an old, cranked up Marshall head with lower volumes. It’s not built to give you a classic Marshall tone in front of just any amp, but works best in front of Marshall type amps […]