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May 2014

Articles by Tyler Green

SubDecay Anamnesis Echo Pedal Review

September 26, 2012
An analog-flavored delay with a pitch LFO that modulates the delay trails.
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Malekko Wolftone Chaos Pedal Review

September 12, 2012
The Wolftone Chaos is capable of tricks that make it more than just another fuzz with an unconventional voice.
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Maxon DB10 Pedal Review

September 5, 2012
Ever feel like your amp doesn’t quite reach the potential that its formidable exterior suggests? Or that you can’t match your bandmates’ volume when you need to? Sometimes we
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ADA APP-1 Pedal Review

September 5, 2012
The APP-1 takes two Fender Twin-style tone stacks and pairs them with ADA’s patent-pending D-Torsion Core technology
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Electro-Harmonix Superego Pedal Review

September 5, 2012
If you’re a fan of out-of-the-ordinary guitar tones, you’re probably intrigued by Electro-Harmonix’ Freeze pedal. The ability to sample a little chunk of sound and then mangle it with
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Mad Professor Golden Cello Pedal Review

July 9, 2012
As far as stompbox names go, “Golden Cello” is a lot to live up to—evoking thoughts of singing, harmonically rich tones, muted heavenly light, and a prized relic from
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Walrus Audio Voyager Pedal Review

June 8, 2012
A quality build that’s fit for a space program and tones that transcend the sounds of the classics.
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Mojo Hand Nebula IV Phaser Pedal Review

May 11, 2012
The Nebula IV phase pedal does a very cool job of melding vintage inspiration and modern construction.
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Carl Martin Optical Envelope Filter Pedal Review

May 2, 2012
Given the low price, solid build, and smooth, versatile sounds, anyone on a budget that’s looking for the distinctive sounds of an envelope filter will want to have a look at this pedal.
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VOX Delaylab Pedal Review

April 6, 2012
With 30 delay types, three different looping modes, expression pedal capability, and a very intelligent preset system, the DelayLab is a solution for insatiable experimentalists.
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