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Five ultra-cool signature wah pedals you should know — by name.
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Our selections for the strangest, most wonderful guitar effects ever unleashed upon the public.
An in-depth guide to the amps and effect pedals in Stevie Ray Vaughan’s arsenal.
The Dunlop Kirk Hammett Signature wah is a great choice for rock and metal players who rely primarily on distorted tones.
DigiTech has outdone itself with the RP1000.
Visual Sound's Open Road Overdrive and Truetone Clean Boost pedals are ideal for guitarists who play rock, blues, hard rock and even jazz.
Watch this gear review of Morpheus' new fast and accurate Droptune pedal.
The PatchMate Loop 8 is an affordable and easy-to-use solution that greatly simplifies complicated rigs.
If the dirtiest distortion is what you desire, the Plush Noxious pedal delivers what you need.
The Voice Box be more suitable for singers than guitar slingers, but it’s definitely a versatile unit for your guitar as well.
Guitar World gives you the heads up on Morley's newest signature wah pedals from George Lynch and Kiko Loureiro.
The M288 is an excellent octave pedal full of thick-and-juicy analog goodness.
If you've always lusted for the inimitable pitch-shifting effects of an Eventide Harmonizer but couldn’t afford one, the PitchFactor is the pedal you’ve been waiting for.
Buy it now!
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