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Reviews

MXR Carbon Copy Delay Review

October 15, 2008
In the seemingly never-ending array of delay pedals and devices, it’s hard to come up with something new. The Carbon Copy is certainly in that category. Past attempts have
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Hartman Analog Flanger Pedal Review

October 15, 2008
The Hartman Analog Flanger promises to be a faithful recreation of the old seventies EH Electric Mistress Flanger/Filter Matrix, based on a supply of the original chip type (SAD1024).
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DLS Effects RotoSIM Pedal Review

October 15, 2008
I spent some time this past summer looking around for a good Leslie-type effect for my stage rig—not a Uni-Vibe or something like that (although there are plenty of
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Mad Professor Fire Red Fuzz Pedal Review

October 15, 2008
This silicon-powered circuit is quite the chameleon, all thanks to an understated Tone control.
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Tim Champion Hissy Foot

October 15, 2008
Based on a vintage style Fuzz Face, which is the fuzz pedal that Jimi Hendrix used throughout his career.
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Seymour Duncan SFX-07 Shape Shifter Pedal Review

October 15, 2008
This tap tremolo was made to reproduce the rich classic tremolo sound of vintage fifties tube amps
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Pigtronix Attack Sustain Pedal Review

October 15, 2008
While the compressor alone would make this a good buy, it’s only scratching the surface of what the Attack Sustain is capable of.
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Visual Sound V2 Comp 66 Pedal Review

October 15, 2008
Since its introduction in 1999, fans of Visual Sound’s Route 66 stomp box have been requesting the compressor channel as a single pedal.
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Mad Professor Tiny Orange Phaser Pedal Review

October 15, 2008
Download example 1 Speed at 11:00, Resonance at 3:00, Mix at 7:00; the deep end of the pedal. Download example 2 Speed at 11:00, Resonance at 3:00, Mix at
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Retro-King 18 Watt Combo Review

August 15, 2008
Can the Retro-King''s 18 Watt Combo separate itself from the low-wattage boutique pack?
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Moonstone Vulcan Custom Extreme

August 8, 2007
Lavishly beautiful, unbeatable tone, staggering price tag - that we would gladly pay!
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Orange Tiny Terror

March 19, 2007
The Tiny Terror is 100% indicative of what its name implies. It’s both tiny and a terror, class A style.
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Product Review - Jet Guitars

March 15, 2007
As the revolution of small boutique luthiers continues to evolve, Premier Guitar is honored to review the new Earlewood model from JET Guitars.
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Pedal Showcase - Electro-Harmonix XO Series

March 15, 2007
Electro-Harmonix effects have been known for many things: great value, amazing tone and somewhat delicate cases.
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