An inexpensive, sturdy silicon Fuzzrite hits the biker-fuzz bullseye.
We test out the Nashville-based tone wizard's take on a "ram's head" Big Muff with both classic silicon and LED clipping—plus an added tone stack for a fuller, beefier ripping rage.
In an ever-changing world, it’s evolve, resist, or both.
You may know that Charley Patton, Lead Belly, and Doc Watson played Stella acoustics built in New Jersey in the 1930s, but these oddball post-WWII electrics hail from Tokyo.
It’s way more than just power chords and long hair.
A wide-ranging wobble box—and compelling analog/digital hybrid.
People want to sell the gear they make—that’s A-OK. But how far will some stretch the truth to make the sale?
The influential extreme-metal frontman on I Loved You at Your Darkest and why flouting the genre’s mores is essential to its survival.