Finhol Accutronics Spring Reverb review


Here’s a no-nonsense solution for anyone who needs classic spring reverb sounds. Accutronics spring reverbs (formerly produced by the reverb division of The Hammond Organ Company and now by Accu Bell Sound Inc) have been at the heart of many classic guitar amps since the early 1960s. The electromechanical design gives a very particular sound, one More...

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By On Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork review

A no-nonsense pitch shifter and harmoniser with bags of attitude. In a nutshell, the Pitch Fork is a polyphonic pitch shifter and harmony pedal that offers up to three complete octaves, plus a selection of closer More...

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By On Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

JHS Colour Box review

Recording guitars direct divides opinion, but it’s the only way to recreate some iconic tones. Huw Price opens up the Colour Box… The acronym `DI’ stands for `direct inject’, and during the 1980s More...

By On Thursday, September 10th, 2015

Fredric Effects Foxrite MKII review

Hand built in North London, the Foxrite is a Mosrite Fuzzrite clone with a twist… The Mosrite Fuzzrite may not be an A-lister in the classic fuzz pantheon, so there are relatively few modern clones. Even More...

By On Friday, September 4th, 2015

J Rockett Audio Designs Boing Reverb review

After trying complex studio-type reverb effects, you may long for a simple one-knob spring reverb. Will the Boing pan out for Huw Price? JRockett Audio Designs – maker of the superb Archer pedal, one of our More...

Guitar & Bass September-12
By On Friday, September 4th, 2015

Diago Sprinter review

Diago Sprinter an ultra-portable, lightweight mini-board with soft case Pedalboards don’t come much simpler than the Sprinter. Though Diago also manufactures hardcase boards that measure more than a metre More...

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By On Friday, September 4th, 2015

West Coast Pedalboard Little Rock review

High-quality, bespoke board that can be tailored to your every need… Based in Sonoma County, California, West Coast Pedalboard has been hand-building a variety of designs using as many US-sourced parts as More...

ThorpyFX Muffroom Cloud
By On Thursday, August 27th, 2015

ThorpyFX Muffroom Cloud fuzz pedal review

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 More...

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By On Friday, August 21st, 2015

Pedaltrain Nano+ review

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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By On Thursday, August 13th, 2015

Orange Bax Bangeetar review

The Bax Bangeetar may look like an overdrive pedal with extra knobs, but there’s more to it than that. Huw Price takes it to the Bax… The Bax Bangeetar is basically an Orange preamp in op-amp form, coupled More...