Beetronics’ latest will expand your pedalboard dirt options with drive and fuzz in one small pedal
It's compact, high-quality, with an easy-to-use control setup that makes it a no-brainer for your 'board
On this evidence, there's nothing mad about this professor, which offers plenty of gain but remains a dynamic and persuasive pedalboard option
A low-gain drive from the Finnish pedal specialist that makes all your strings sound good, not just the B(ee)
A new delay pedal from MXR is a rare event, but this fully featured, U2-themed soundscape generator is worth the wait
The BOSS compact pedals may be colorful little objects of desire to many, but some of them are more desirable than others...
Designed by Dan Coggins of Lovetone fame, the Dinosaural name makes a welcome return – with all your boost and drive options in a single pedal
Over five decades since Jimi Hendrix famously used one at Woodstock, ThorpyFX creates its dream Uni-Vibe
The latest in the Axe I/O family is a compact and portable recording solution with dedicated features for electric guitars
A small but mighty fuzzstortion for all your metal needs, but this has an appeal beyond the denim and leather cohort
The Nano range offers classic EHX tones in a more compact format, but this downsized version of the Pulsar tremolo manages to add more controls to the format
EHX has been doing some Nano-sizing of its most popular pedal designs and has duly shrunk the Q-Tron envelope filter – but is it still a big deal for your sound?
Beetronics presents a vintage octave fuzz with all the modern benefits of convenient switching technology
Electro-Harmonix resurrects a rare pedal from 1978 and puts it into a modern, ’board-friendly format for what could be the stompbox sleeper hit of the year – and not just for rockabilly
The UAFX range expands with a Space Echo emulation, reverb and Echoplex-style delay in one pedal, and an all‑encompassing compressor
This classy tone-shaping boost and drive from Origin Effects is based on a vintage valve-powered preamp
The pedal that Electro-Harmonix could have made in the 1970s (but didn’t) is now here with some help from JHS Pedals
Has Beetronics invented a new sub-genre in effects pedals with this endlessly creative pitch-shifting chorus?
You won’t put assembly-line workers out of a job, but you will get some cool sounds from Korg’s Nutube-powered pedal kits
Game-changer alert! This AI modeling pedal allows you to capture the sound of any amp or overdrive, then take it to the stage – and it's affordable, too
Starting at $99, Walrus Audio's accessible new pedal line is designed to last the journey all the way from beginner to pro