Category Archives for Sound Pedals

What is a Phaser Pedal? Phaser Pedals Explained

What is a Phaser Pedal? Phaser Pedals Explained

Before we get into talking about what a phaser pedal is, it’s better if you understand what the phaser effect is. The first stage of the phaser effect is when the signal of your guitar passes through a series of stages, which are all-pass filters. The second stage of the phaser effect is kept as […]

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What Exactly is a Boost Pedal? – Boost Pedals Explained

What Exactly is a Boost Pedal? – Boost Pedals Explained

What is a boost pedal? A boost pedal is a pedal that increases the gain of the signal that your guitar produces; out of all of the types of pedals on the market today, boost pedals affect your guitar’s tone the least. Booster pre-amp stages were created to boost the signal of the guitar before […]

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Red Panda Context Reverberation Pedal Review

Red Panda Context Reverberation Pedal Review

Using a reverb pedal can be intimidating, especially if you have never used one before. Reverb pedals have so many different parameters around them and if you don’t know how to properly use one, you may not get the dramatic effect or overall sound you are looking for. One of the most popular reverberation pedals […]

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TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverberation Pedal Review

TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverberation Pedal Review

The is a reverb pedal that’s pedal board friendly, but offers several different versions of the reverb effect. TC Electronic Hall of Fame was just launched a couple of years ago and was marketed as a basic pedal. Just by adding a basic reverb pedal to your guitar, you are going to open up a […]

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Top Five Best Reverb Pedals on The Market Today

Top Five Best Reverb Pedals on The Market Today

Reverberation (also called reverb) is one of the oldest musical effects that is still around today. Centuries ago, the acoustic effects of a room or a hall were used in vocal music. As time has passed, we have used that knowledge to improve the quality of our performances. Having reverb when performing music is essential; […]

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EarthQuaker Devices Afterneath Otherwordly Reverberation Pedal

EarthQuaker Devices Afterneath Otherwordly Reverberation Pedal

Rather than imitating a plate or spring, the EarthQuaker Afterneath Otherworldly uses a sequence of short delays that cascade into each other in order to produce the reflections that are typically produced by reverb units. Each of the delays stands in for each reverb reflection that’s decaying; in return, this creates a large space. The […]

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DigiTech Polara Reverberation Pedal Review You’ll Love

DigiTech Polara Reverberation Pedal Review You’ll Love

The reverb pedal is a small but solid reverb pedal that has its home made in the same space as it’s ambient cousin, the . The cosmetic appearance of this pedal is a bit bulky, but that may be appealing to some players. This reverb pedal has four sliding knobs, as well as a tails […]

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The Ultimate Catalinbread Topanga Reverberation Pedal Review

The Ultimate Catalinbread Topanga Reverberation Pedal Review

If you are someone who enjoys the 60s surf reverb, this is the pedal for you. The Catalinbread Topanga Reverb Pedal was designed to copy the sound of the Fender 6G15 reverb unit that usually sells around for around $1,000. If you love the Fender 6G15 but can’t afford the price tag that comes with […]

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Zoom G5n: The Ultimate Review

Zoom G5n: The Ultimate Review

Zoom are one of the most consistent names in multi-effects, catering for every guitarist, at every level throughout their playing journey. From their little for beginners, right up to this baby… they’ve got you covered. This baby is the , and it’s their top-of-the-range model, as reflected in the price. Zoom are a company who know […]

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Zoom G1Xon: One of the Best Multi-Effects Sound Pedals

Some guitarists of a certain vintage will remember a multi-effects pedal from the days of yore, called a Zoom GFX707. It was cheap as anything, but for a lot of us, it was our first experience running our guitars through something before it hit the amp. We’ve moved onto higher-end gear, but there’s still a […]

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