Stomping Ground: 30 of the Coolest New Stomp Boxes and Tried-and-True Favorites
GW presents a selection of the coolest new stomp boxes — and some tried-and-true standbys.
Maxon AD10 Analog Delay
Housed in Maxon’s new Compact Series enclosure, the AD10 has 600 milliseconds of pure analog delay with a warm yet crisp delay tone. The AD10 features Maxon’s proprietary low-noise circuit with zero distortion on delay repeats. Short delay settings create rich, natural reverb effects while longer settings offer a clear and brilliant delay sound. It can be used in combination with other effects or in an effect loop. Higher feedback settings yield self-oscillation and runaway, “spaceship” delay effects. The AD10 features buffered bypass switching.
STREET PRICE: $249: | maxonfx.com
Majik Box Doug Aldrich Rocket Fuel
When Whitesnake guitarist Doug Aldrich needed an overdrive and boost to use in front of his already distorted tube amps, Majik Box responded with the Rocket Fuel. The Rocket Fuel is a specially tuned overdrive and boost in one box, with individual on/off switches and a three-way bass shift to dial in the perfect amount of bass for your rig. It features true-bypass operation and ultra-bright white and yellow LEDs.
LIST PRICE: $289.99 | majikboxusa.com
Wampler Pedals Tweed ’57
The Wampler Tweed ‘57 takes you back to the birth of the electric guitar and is designed to replicate those fantastic Fender tones from that legendary Fifties amp. The unique input selector switch allows you to emulate the different ways of plugging in: normal, bright and even linked, to achieve an amp-in-a-box tone. The Tweed ‘57 delivers a range of sounds, from beautiful warm clean tones to gritty, fuzzy lead tones.
LIST PRICE: $199.97 | wamplerpedals.com
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