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The Patriot uses rare Russian diodes to emulate the sound of David Gilmour's lead tone.

Toulouse, France (February 10, 2014) -- Following in the footsteps of the Buffalo FX Rams head, Steve Painter’s latest release takes on the mighty early 90’s Russian muff.

Synonymous with David Gilmour’s tone during Pink Floyd’s Division Bell tour, this muff is arguably the biggest and the heaviest of them all. For those searching the creamiest of smooth lead tones and crushing rhythms this is the go to pedal.

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The Stagger Swagger offers P-90 tone in a noise-cancelling humbucker-sized package.

Peterborough, Ontario (February 10, 2014) -- McNelly Guitars has released a new set of pickups - the Stagger Swaggers - that offer P-90 tone in a noise-cancelling humbucker-sized package.

The Stagger Swaggers are for guitarists looking for the enhanced dynamic range of single coils without the added noise. The neck pickup has excellent clarity and touch sensitivity that is ideal for blues or classic rock tones. The bridge pickup is full sounding with great articulation, even when overdriven.

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The Dover Drive ranges from a fat blues rhythm to a smooth, soaring sustain.

Detroit, MI (February 4, 2014) -- Lovepedal has announced the newest creation from its Hermida Audio division: the team's beautifully touch-sensitive dirt box, the Hermida Audio Dover Drive.

A perfect gentleman inside and out, the Dover Drive knows its role and stays in character, no matter the circumstance. It captures the gain and dynamics of an overdrive, combined with the sustain and smooth character of a fuzz. Hermida's take on the classic tube-driven overdrive box, paired with a vintage, gE voiced/si stabilized "2 knob" fuzz circuit that has defined the tones of Eric Johnson, Billy Gibbons and David Gilmour. Three knobs work in tandem to create a spectrum of tonal possibilities. The Dover Drive ranges from a fat blues rhythm to a smooth, soaring sustain.

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