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Celestial Effects Virgo Overdrive Pedal Review

October 18, 2011
The Virgo Overdrive reviewed is the rock overdrive member of the five-pedal Celestial line.
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Gibson Vs. Epiphone—Are We The Ones Being Elitist?

October 18, 2011
Is Gibson always considered a treasure and is an imported Epiphone always considered trash? The answer isn’t quite that simple.
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Levana Mellow-D Pedal Review

October 18, 2011
The Levana''s circuit is digital, but it’s designed to emulate the warmth of older, tape delays with a 3-way switch that brings in two degrees of leftover digital distortion and applies it to the delayed signal.
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Stomp Under Foot Red Menace Pedal Review

October 18, 2011
Based off of the very first Sovtek Muff, which wasn’t a Muff at all—it was an almost identical pedal, misleadingly named the Red Army Overdrive.
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Jacques Stompboxes Black Mamba Pedal Review

October 18, 2011
Jacques aims to simulate Jimi Hendrix’s classic Fuzz-Face-and-cranked-Marshall combination.
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Boss RC-30 Loop Station Pedal Review

October 18, 2011
The new twin-pedal RC-30 adds new functionality and greater recording capability—up to 3 hours and 99 phrases
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Juliet Collective Circadia Pedal Review

October 18, 2011
The Circadia polyrhythmic auto wah is the perfect embodiment of the Juliet Collective’s philosophy. Not every player will find a need for one, but those who do are likely to cover interesting new ground.
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1979 Gibson RD Artist

October 18, 2011
Introducing the RD series (short for Research and Development), this line of guitars and basses were equipped with electronic circuitry for the first time in Gibson’s history.
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Burriss Boostiest 2.5 Pedal Review

October 18, 2011
The Boostiest 2.5 contains the same components as the discontinued Boostiest II but with a redesigned and streamlined internal PCB and simpler graphics, resulting in a more wallet-friendly price tag
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MXR Noise Clamp Pedal Review

October 18, 2011
The Noise Clamp detects the amount of noise present in your bypassed guitar-tone, and lowers the hiss and extremities to that level when pedals in the Noise Clamp’s effects loop are engaged.
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