The new pedal was released to act as the 'older sibling' to the original "Canyon", with the same features as its sibling, in a more intuitive package.
Our friends at Ampeg are giving away a Classic bass pedal for FREE (a $99 value)! The Ampeg Classic scored excellently in our review.
While Seymour Duncan is certainly best known for their pickups, some might be aware of the fact that they also make guitar pedals. The latest addition to their line of pedals is the 805 overdrive pedal. The pedal is based on the classic 808, but adds a 3 band EQ to the mix, something that isn’t found that much on overdrive pedals. According to Seymour Duncan, it is a very versatile pedal, an...[Read More]
DOD has been announcing a number of new guitar pedals of late, and today they announced another. The new reissue is the Bifet Boost 410, and according to DOD it “has the tone and volume to boost your solos into orbit.” The pedal can be used for a number of things. First of all, it could be used at the front of the effects chain with the buffer off so that it will not affect fuzz pedals...[Read More]
A couple years after the release of Pearls Demon Drive pedal, their first endeavor into the direct drive world, we now see the Pearl P-930 Demonator, a chain driven Demon style bass drum pedal. The Pearl Demonators features include interchangeable cams and a Powershifter pedal board. Now, my first thought about this pedal when I saw it was, that looks great but what makes it any different from pre...[Read More]