ThorpyFX Muffroom Cloud fuzz pedal review

ThorpyFX Muffroom Cloud

Could Major Thorpe’s second offering be all Muffs to all men? Chris Vinnicombe gets a visit from the fuzz in the G&B review of the ThorpyFX Muffroom Cloud… Regular readers will remember ThorpyFX from the Gunshot overdrive pedal we were wowed by in the August issue of G&B. As we explained in our Gunshot review, ThorpyFX came into being More...

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The market leader updates its smallest and lightest design. Since the company began as a one-man start-up in 1999, Pedaltrain has become so ubiquitous with the pedalboard market that some stompbox manufacturers More...

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The Small Trees is an all-valve clean booster and line driver that’s hand built here in the UK. Huw Price checks what’s cooking… Steve Crow is the designer and builder for Audio Kitchen amps, and his eight-year-old More...

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‘Made by musicians, for musicians’ may be a cliché, but it sums up the J Rockett ethos. Chris Vinnicombe takes a listen…   Founded a decade ago by Colorado’s Chris Van Tassel and Jay Rockett, More...

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Strymon’s latest luxury stomper aims to emulate the quirky delays of the past… but not the analogue ones. Richard Purvis gets a repeat prescription… We all know the accepted story: analogue delay is warm, More...

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Growl control from Major Thorpe… a truly ‘bomb-proof ’ drive? Chris Vinnicombe steps on it.  Think you’ve got a stressful job? ThorpyFx was born when British Army Major Adrian Thorpe got More...

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DigiTech’s new delay is an analogue-style tone mangler with digital flexibility. Marcus Leadley gets down and degraded…   If you think digital delay is all about precision cleanliness, think again. More...