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6 Degrees FX – Millie Fuzz Dual Channel Fuzz review

Monday, October 6th, 2014

Fuzz pedals comes in all shapes and sizes these days and while some offer a take on one of the original late 60s circuits, others delivers something different and new. The Millie Fuzz from 6 Degrees FX is just that. Here’s my review. It’s only recently, during the last few years, that I’ve really come […]

Arc Effects Soothsayer review

Friday, September 12th, 2014

Muffs and fuzz are cool but sometimes you just want to plug into a pedal that deliver classic tube amp like distortion no matter what. I’ve always been a huge fan of the timeless tones based on the LM308 chip. Arc Effects recently released the Soothsayer – their take on the old classic. Naturally, I […]

Vick Audio 73 Ram’s Head review

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

My first Big Muff was a bubble font green Sovtek. I still got it and nothing beats that larger than life, thunderous tone. Still, I’ve always preferred the ram’s head. There’s something about that tone. I recently came across the 73 Ram’s Head from Vick Audio and been eager to check it out. Here’s my […]

Buffalo-FX Evolution review

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

I’ll be the first to admit it. Whenever Buffalo FX announces a new pedal I await with great anticipation – and great expectations. The last one in their rooster, The Evolution, is inspired by some of my all time favourite pedals and tones. Naturally, I had to check this one out. Here’s my review. The […]

The Buyer’s Gear Guide 2014

Saturday, May 10th, 2014

At last! The brand new buyer’s gear guide is here! It’s loaded with new items – some new and some old classics. Whether you’re an experienced musician or just playing in your bedroom, you’ll find all you need for creating your tones and expanding your rig right here! As always, the guides are packed with […]

Buffalo FX Patriot review

Monday, April 21st, 2014

David Gilmour’s tones on the 1994 Division Bell tour are many fans’ favourite and not least the huge, smooth sounding distortion on songs like Sorrow and Comfortably Numb. Many have tried to create a pedal that’ll produce the same wall of sound and the latest addition is the Patriot from Buffalo FX. Here’s my review. […]

Lovepedal Hermida Audio Dover Drive review

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Every once in a while a pedal pops up with a special appeal to us Gilmour nerds and with obvious references to a legendary overdrive pedal, I had to check out this one. Here’s my review of the Hermida Audio Dover Drive from Lovepedal. Like many of you, I’m sure, I though “a Tube Driver […]