When the Echoplex EP-3 came out, guitar players were hooked by the way its preamp sweetened up their sound. Soon, the EP-3 made its way onto the records of top guitar players—from Jimmy Page to Eric Johnson—as much for its tone conditioning ability as its tape echo effect. Now, you can put the EP-3’s legendary secret sauce right on your pedalboard.
EarthQuaker Devices has introduced its new Terminal Fuzz pedal. From EarthQuaker: "The Terminal Fuzz is a blown-out, busted and all-around destructive fuzz device modeled after my old JAX fuzz. For those not in the know, the JAX fuzz is a re-branded Shin Ei Companion fuzz that is well loved for its buzzy sound."
Scandal is rare in the world of effect pedals. It's probably because no major network has given a pedal builder his or her own reality-TV show. Pedal Wars. Or how about Effect Stars? OK, it probably wouldn’t take off. Regardless, I keep reading passionate arguments concerning the Ultimate Drive by Joyo. It’s supposed to cop the tone of a much pricier overdrive, for only $35.
We're proudly presenting the smallest amplifier from our Stomp-Head guitar amplifiers line. It's a two-channel, 50-Watt head that weights only 2 kg (4.4 pounds). Until today, guitarists could only choose between two forms of amplifiers: heads and combos. Now we are introducing a completely new breed: The Stomp-Head.