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  • Damnation Audio Introduces Ugly Twin Pedal

    Damnation Audio Introduces Ugly Twin Pedal

    Damnation Audio has released the Ugly Twin, an all-analog pedal that combines octave, boost, and fuzz effects into one unit. Each section of the pedal has its own footswitch for engaging or disengaging the effects. “The Ugly Twin sounds amazing on guitar and bass and is a killer all-in-one fuzz machine for punk, rock, metal,... »

  • Singular Sound Announces BeatBuddy Mini 2 Drum Machine Pedal

    Singular Sound Announces BeatBuddy Mini 2 Drum Machine Pedal

    Singular Sound has expanded their compact drum machine pedals with the BeatBuddy Mini 2. Building upon its predecessor, the new pedal offers twice as many beats, improved sound quality, a reworked LED layout, and a new ergonomic footswitch. The BeatBuddy Mini 2 comes with 9 drum sets, 24 genres, over 200 styles, and can be... »

  • RPS Effects Announces the Bit Reactor Pedal

    RPS Effects Announces the Bit Reactor Pedal

    RPS Effects has introduced the Bit Reactor, a bit crusher and downsampler pedal that digitizes your signal and crunches it up. “In the realm of modern electronics there’s plenty enough processing power to create a crystal-clear digital copy of pretty much any analog signal,” RPS writes. “The Bit Reactor, on the other hand, explores what... »

  • EarthQuaker Devices Introduces the Aqueduct Vibrato Pedal

    EarthQuaker Devices Introduces the Aqueduct Vibrato Pedal

    EarthQuaker Devices has introduced a new vibrato pedal called the Aqueduct that utilizes a short delay line with eight modulation modes for a wide palette of tones. The eight modes include sine, triangle, ramp, square, random, envelope-controlled depth, envelope-controlled rate, and envelope-controlled pitch. “Envelope-Controlled Pitch mode (Env P) is equipped with a wet/dry blend expanding... »

  • Meris Unveils the Enzo Multi-Voice Instrument Synthesizer Pedal

    Meris Unveils the Enzo Multi-Voice Instrument Synthesizer Pedal

    Meris has unveiled the Enzo, a multi-voice instrument synthesizer with four synth modes: mono for single lines, arp for arpeggiated sounds, poly for chords, and dry for disabling the synth. Each of these can be sculpted and dialed in with a deep set of knobs with alternate functions. Pitch changes the pitch of the Synth... »

  • Dunable Guitars Unveils The SplatterBlaster Pedal

    Dunable Guitars Unveils The SplatterBlaster Pedal

    Dunable Guitars and Chicago Music Exchange have collaborated to offer Dunable’s first ever pedal: the SplatterBlaster. The two-in-one stompbox is an all-analog circuit that brings together a fuzz and a distortion into one pedal. It’s made for flexibility and can be routed as running two independent circuits in parallel or into two outputs. It also... »

  • Seymour Duncan Unveils Fooz Analog Fuzz Synthesizer Pedal

    Seymour Duncan Unveils Fooz Analog Fuzz Synthesizer Pedal

    Seymour Duncan has unveiled a new analog fuzz synthesizer pedal for all instruments called the Fooz. The highly tweak-able circuit dishes out fuzz and filter effects. “Inspired by iconic guitar tones and synth flexibility, Fooz delivers the spirit of synth creativity to guitar and bass players, as well as electronic musicians. It brings everything to... »

  • Darkglass Electronics Reveals Hyper Luminal Hybrid Compressor Pedal

    Darkglass Electronics Reveals Hyper Luminal Hybrid Compressor Pedal

    Darkglass Electronics announced a new pedal to their lineup with the Hyper Luminal compressor, which they say features the first hybrid design with an analog VCA controlled by a digital side-chain. The setup allows for capturing the characters of some legendary compressors while keeping the signal path all analog. Another unique feature are a pair... »

  • ZVEX Effects Announces the Russian Fuzz Factory 7 Pedal

    ZVEX Effects Announces the Russian Fuzz Factory 7 Pedal

    ZVEX Effects expanded their line of effects pedals with the Fuzz Factory 7, which features rare Russian transistors. Company founder Zachary Vex explains why that’s important: “Germanium transistors. What makes them so special? It’s because they turn on faster. Sooner. They get turned on way quicker than any other transistors,” he explains. “Yeah, I got... »

  • Zander Circuitry Introduces Foxxton Woods Fuzz and Surplus Overdrive Pedals

    Zander Circuitry Introduces Foxxton Woods Fuzz and Surplus Overdrive Pedals

    Zander Circuitry has introduced two new pedals called the Foxxton Woods Fuzz and the Surplus Overdrive. Each of the pedals is described as being highly tweakable with wide versatility without losing user-friendliness. “The Foxxton Woods ‘Upper Octave Fuzz Generator’, a high-gain fuzz inspired by the insane octave fuzz boxes of the 70s,” Zander writes. “And... »