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Paul Riario (with some help from Mick Mars) shows you how to build a pedal board.
Our selections for the strangest, most wonderful guitar effects ever unleashed upon the public.
Conjure some mystical, powerful '60s sounds, courtesy of these five modern effect pedals.
Guitar World presents the top 50 stomp boxes, devices and processors of all time.
The MXR M82 Bass Envelope is a great representative of its species and, despite its relatively crowded control panel, is very simple to use and highly responsive.
Eleven Rack’s amps, cabinets and effects sound and feel so good that you may start
to consider your amps and effects obsolete.
Use the TimeBender for simple slapback echoes and bouncy multi-tap delays, or as a musical instrument unto itself.
The Patchmate Loop 8 makes it easy to control stomp boxes, rack effect processors and amp and channel switching from a centralized unit.
If you truly want to sound like a pro, the Eventide Eclipse is highly recommended.
The Brown Dog is a killer fuzz that has lots of range and great presence in a live mix, while the Agent 00Funk nails all the classic envelope tones with hi-fi quality.
MXR’s Fullbore Metal pedal is an affordable, true all-in-one solution for players seeking studio-quality metal tones.
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.
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