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The Tone God NerFuzz Pedal Review

February 15, 2011
A fully programmable, 100-percent analog fuzz box, the NerFuzz offers nine different parameters that can be tweaked to access tones ranging from the subtly overdriven to the chaotically distorted.
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Stone Deaf FX PDF-1 Parametric Distortion Filter Pedal Review

February 15, 2011
The PDF-1 pays tribute to the Mastro Parametric Filter
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Young Pedals Looker Stereo Tremolo Pedal Review

February 3, 2011
A stereo tremolo that can go from subtle to psychedelic
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Boomerang Musical Products Boomerang III Phrase Sampler Pedal Review

January 17, 2011
Download Example 1 Lead over looped section, which is switched to reverse and then Octave-down function in the fadeout. Clip recorded with Fender Jaguar and Vox Pathfinder. A looper
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DDyna Music Company Bass 10 Pedal Review

January 17, 2011
The all-analog, true-bypass Bass 10 is a compressor with a 4-band EQ and a switchable overdrive.
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DLS Effects Versa Vibe Pedal Review

January 17, 2011
The Versa Vibe is a compact, pure analog unit with tons of very cool vibrato effects on tap.
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Way Huge Green Rhino MkII Overdrive Pedal Review

December 30, 2010
Jeorge Tripps'' take on the classic green overdrive is back with two additional controls—100Hz level and Curve—to give vintage-style overdrives a run for their money.
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Dunlop JBF3 Joe Bonamassa Signature Fuzz Face Pedal Review

December 21, 2010
The handwired, germanium JBF3 is tailor-made for any guitarist interested in walking Bonamassa’s blues-rock path and beyond.
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Toshihiko Tanabe Dumkudo Overdrive Pedal Review

December 21, 2010
The Dumkudo overdrive by Toshihiko Tanabe is one of those seemingly living, breathing pieces of musical gear that will talk back to you, point you down a different path, and holler encouragement.
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Hermida Audio Technology Tiki Drive Pedal Review

December 21, 2010
The Tiki Drive was designed with input from the Cars’ Elliot Easton and was built to satisfy his desire to color an essentially clean amp with multiple shades of overdrive and distortion.
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