Mooer GE100: Another Multi-Effects Pedal to Love

Mooer GE100: Is this Multi-Effects Pedal Worth it?

Mooer came to prominence a few years ago for their range of mini-pedals, which were well-built and well-received. The GE100 is one of their takes on multi-effects processors, and I’m hoping it’ll match the quality and sounds of their individual stomp boxes. Most of their compact pedals are based on emulating legendary pedals, so it […]

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Hotone Xtomp: A Sound Effects Pedal We Love

Hotone Xtomp: A Sound Effects Pedal We Love

I’m a fan of Hotone pedals and have a couple of their stompboxes permanently attached to my pedalboard. They’re tiny, saving a bunch of room on my board, and are very well constructed – what’s not to love. Saving space on pedalboards without compromising functionality, has always been one of their main focuses. With the Xtomp […]

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DigiTech RP360XP: One of the Top Multi-Effects Pedals Out There

DigiTech RP360XP: One of the Top Multi-Effects Pedals Out There

Digitech have a long-standing reputation as a quality brand when it comes to multi-effects units, and it’s rare that such reputations are baseless. Their is their intermediate model, and it’s an impressive piece of kit. The number of features they have managed to cram into this little box is insane! Seriously, if they put a […]

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BOSS ME-25: Another BOSS pedal to Love

BOSS ME-25: Another BOSS pedal to Love

BOSS are very much the standard for guitar effects pedals, both in terms of individual stompboxes and multi-effects processors. They’ve been dedicated to pedals for so long, a bad BOSS pedal isn’t really a thing. Reviews about BOSS pedals are never bad, they’re more of a list of reasons of why it’s a great, innovative […]

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The BOSS GP-10: An Effects Pedal to Love

It’s always a joy to review BOSS pedals. Let’s face it, these guys are experts. If they start doing it wrong, what chance does any other manufacturer have? The GP-10 is one of their pricier models, but you know with BOSS that price is always relative. Sure you can check out their cheaper models, but […]

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The Top Multi-Effects Pedals We Know You'll Love

The Top Multi-Effects Pedals We Know You’ll Love

Purists may well sneer, but when it comes to the effects section of your guitar rig, there’s a lot to be said for a multi-effects unit, as opposed to a bunch of stomp boxes. As with any aspect of digital technology, the tonal difference between them and analog boxes are always reducing, For some guitarists, […]

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Schecter Omen Extreme-7: A Top Seven-String Guitar to Love

Schecter Omen Extreme-7: A Top Seven-String Guitar to Love

Yes, yes, I know – this is an INCREDIBLY pretty guitar! Look at it! Now, if you can roll your tongue back into your mouth, pick your jaw up off the floor, and wipe that drool from your chin, we can see if this baby is all looks, or if it’s got some substance. I’ll […]

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Mayones Setius 7 GTM: A Top Seven-String to Consider

Mayones Setius 7 GTM: A Top Seven-String to Consider

Mayones are not the best known guitar brand in the USA. A Polish brand, started in 1982, they’ve been gaining some traction as a quality brand on the other side of the pond, over the past few years. As they are fairly squarely aimed at metal and hard rock, it’s no surprise to see some […]

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Ibanez Prestige RGD2127FX

Ibanez Prestige RGD2127FX: One of the Most Loved Seven-Strings

Ibanez originated in Japan, but throughout the years, they’ve had a large output of instruments from Indonesia and China. The Prestige range comes from its home country, and as such, is marketed with pride and, well… prestige! The RG range is what made Ibanez famous (after lawsuits), and it has retained a place amongst hair […]

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Caparison TAT Special 7: The Ultimate Review

Caparison TAT Special 7: The Ultimate Review

Caparison TAT Special 7 Caparison are a Japanese guitar brand, founded in 1995 by former employees from Jackson/Charvel’s design division there. They may not be a very well-known brand, but users include Phil Campbell from Motörhead, as well as both Adam Dutkiewicz and Joel Stroetzel from Killswitch Engage. Rather than just rehashing designs from their […]

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