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  • Electro-Harmonix Introduces the Oceans 11 Reverb Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix Introduces the Oceans 11 Reverb Pedal

    Electro-Harmonix has unveiled the Oceans 11, a pedal that packs in eleven reverb styles into one stompbox. Its effects are described as ranging from essential to exotic. The reverbs include hall, spring, plate, reverse, echo, tremolo, modulated, dynamic, auto-infinite, shimmer, and polyphonic styles. A mode button allows for switching between three variations of many of... »

  • Chowny Bass Unveils the Bass-Mosphere Chorus/Reverb Pedal

    Chowny Bass Unveils the Bass-Mosphere Chorus/Reverb Pedal

    Chowny Bass has expanded their offering of effects with the Bass-Mosphere, a pedal that combines chorus and reverb into a bass-centric unit. Its controls include chorus rate and depth knobs, a knob for setting the reverb volume, and a level control for blending in your wet signal. The pedal also features true bypass and comes... »

  • ZVEX Effects Introduces the Vibrophase Pedal

    ZVEX Effects Introduces the Vibrophase Pedal

    Several years ago, ZVEX Effects created a sort of steampunk effect with the Candela Vibrophase. The candle-powered unit was a vibrato/phaser machined from solid brass and glass. Now they’ve released the effect in a more manageable stompbox format. “The Vibrophase [is] a five-knob four-stage phaser that creates phase and vibrato nuances never heard before,” the... »

  • Quiet Theory Releases the Prelude Reverb/Delay Pedal

    Quiet Theory Releases the Prelude Reverb/Delay Pedal

    Quiet Theory has unveiled a new reverb and delay pedal called the Prelude. Both of the effects have their own separate EQ tone switches, which the company says allows for “subtle ambience and washed out atmosphere.” They add that the Prelude sounds good on bass, synths, and acoustic instruments in addition to guitar. Quiet Theory... »

  • DC Pedals Announces 5-Channel Bluetooth Effects Looper

    DC Pedals Announces 5-Channel Bluetooth Effects Looper

    DC Pedals has announced the 5-Channel Bluetooth Looper, an innovative new effects looper that allows for programming and control from your smartphone. “Focused on the working musician, the 5-Channel Bluetooth Looper is a true-bypass switching system with five loops, 100 direct accessible presets, 100 MIDI accessible presets, MIDI input and MIDI output, and our patented... »

  • Alexander Pedals Introduces The Defender

    Alexander Pedals Introduces The Defender

    Alexander Pedals has expanded their Neo Series with the Defender, a pedal that packs multiple digital drives into a single pedal. The effects are controlled with a full panel of secondary effects. “The Defender is capable of anything from a transparent overdrive with slapback delay to a wall of synth fuzz made even more bodacious... »

  • Darkglass Electronics Upgrades Vintage Series Pedals for 2018

    Darkglass Electronics Upgrades Vintage Series Pedals for 2018

    Darkglass Electronics has been introducing lots of new gear, but now they’re revamping some of their existing units. The company’s Vintage Series pedals have gotten an upgrade for 2018 including the Vintage Ultra v2 and the Vintage Deluxe v3. The Vintage Ultra v2 retains the features of the original but has been upgraded with their... »

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  • Mesa/Boogie Announces Switch-Track and Head-Track Pedals

    Mesa/Boogie Announces Switch-Track and Head-Track Pedals

    Mesa/Boogie has expanded their product lineup with two new signal management devices: the Switch-Track and the Head-Track. Aimed at controlling dual amps, the Switch-Track allows for an “either-or-both ABY scenario,” which the company says lets users switch between two different amps, two identical amps with different settings, or combining amps for a fuller sound. Its... »

  • Stacks FX Announces Thsee Anomaly Delay Pedal

    Stacks FX Announces Thsee Anomaly Delay Pedal

    Stacks FX has unveiled their first delay pedal called the Thsee Anomaly. The optically controlled delay centers around a robust LFO section with tap tempo and six multipliers. “The LFO allows for a whole host of inspiring pitch swinging delays, from lush chorus and vibrato to wild rising swells and falling star-like tones,” Stacks writes.... »

  • Earthquaker Devices Introduces the Pyramids Stereo Flanger Pedal

    Earthquaker Devices Introduces the Pyramids Stereo Flanger Pedal

    Earthquaker Devices has launched a new pedal called Pyramids. Built around the same DSP architecture as their Avalanche Run, the new stompbox is a stereo flanger with tons of features packed in. “Pyramids [features] five user-definable presets (a first for any EarthQuaker Devices pedal!), eight flanger modes, tap tempo, tap subdivision via the Rate &... »