Danelectro 3699 fUZZ Pedal Review

Will this re-issue of the original Danelectro Octave Fuzz beat out the recent Thirty7fx Fat Guy Little Coat and my beloved EHX Muff for space on my board? Overview & Cost: $199.00 from Reverb.com & Amazon.com With a revamped pedal lineup in 2020, Danelectro is back in the effects game. They made a strong impressionContinue reading “Danelectro 3699 fUZZ Pedal Review”

Thirty7fx Fat Guy Little Coat Fuzz Pedal Review

A $100 mini fuzz from a local builder has utterly captured my attention despite only having one knob. Overview & Cost: $99.00 from Instagram or Reverb.com Thirty7fx is the creation of fellow New Englander Doug Christ who aspires to make simple but highly useable effects pedals. The Fat Guy Little Coat is the first pedal,Continue reading “Thirty7fx Fat Guy Little Coat Fuzz Pedal Review”

Musiclily Mini Pedal Reviews: Ultimate Drive, Analog Chorus, and Analog Delay

Let’s dig into 3 mini pedals from the up and coming affordable guitar gear warehouse! Overview For a lot of these non-guitar gear reviews we’ll be changing up the review format to make them a little more easily accessible, especially with gear that isn’t particularly expensive. Starting us off in the pedal realm will beContinue reading “Musiclily Mini Pedal Reviews: Ultimate Drive, Analog Chorus, and Analog Delay”

Z-TONE Buffer Boost Pedal Review from IK Multimedia

Who ever thought a boost pedal would become an essential part of my signal chain? Cost: $169.99. Find your own through our affiliate links on, Thomann.com, Amazon.com, Reverb.com, or Musiciansfriend.com! Or get more info from IKmultimedia.com! How It Works & Final Score: 9.2 out of 10 When I first cracked the Z-TONE Buffer Boost outContinue reading “Z-TONE Buffer Boost Pedal Review from IK Multimedia”

JHS PG 14 Paul Gilbert Signature Distortion Pedal Review

Cost: $199.00 from Reverb.com, click here to get your own! How it Works & Final Score: 9.2 Not only the is JHS’s PG-14 a great looking pedal, but it’s also incredibly diverse and versatile. The PG-14 is designed around a FET based distortion engine. This engine used to provide a classic, pushed tube amp toneContinue reading “JHS PG 14 Paul Gilbert Signature Distortion Pedal Review”

Boss CH-1 Chorus Pedal Review

Cost: $119.99 new, find on Amazon.com or Reverb.com! How it Works and Final Score: 8.5 The Boss CH-1 Super Chorus is one of the most popular and reliable guitar pedals on the market. Built incredibly tough and resilient, like many Boss foot pedals, the CH-1 features 4 controllable parameters. Effect level controls the volume ofContinue reading “Boss CH-1 Chorus Pedal Review”

Mooer Acoustikar Acoustic Simulator Pedal Review

Cost: $88.00 new but search HERE for a deal on Reverb.com How it Works and Final Score: 8.2 The Mooer Acoustikar is a fun pedal that’s small in both size and price. Sure to please most pedal heads, an acoustic simulator is far from a pedalboard staple, but provides some unexpected tonal fun. The AcoustikarContinue reading “Mooer Acoustikar Acoustic Simulator Pedal Review”

TC Electronic Ditto Stereo Looper Pedal Review

Cost: $125.00, new or cheaper from Reverb.com How It Works and Final Score: 8.3 The big brother of the best selling TC Electronic Ditto Looper, the Stereo version adds a few helpful tweaks to help you get the most out of your looping experience. The pedal adds a stereo I/O (or dual mono) functionality andContinue reading “TC Electronic Ditto Stereo Looper Pedal Review”

Nobels ODR-1 Overdrive Pedal Review

Cost: $99.00, new find your own on Reverb.com or Amazon.com! Huge thanks to Ed for making all these great Osiamo product reviews happen! How it Works and Final Score: 8.7 I have to start this review out by saying that this pedal should not sound different than the ODR-mini logically, but honestly, the ODR-1 soundsContinue reading “Nobels ODR-1 Overdrive Pedal Review”

Nobels ODR-mini Pedal Review

Cost: $79.00, new. Want your own? Check HERE for the best prices! Huge thanks to Ed from Osiamo for sending this for review! How it Works and Final Score: 7.7 The ODR-mini is the smaller, more pedal board friendly version of its big brother, the Nobels ODR-1. Capable of going from overdriven tube amp toContinue reading “Nobels ODR-mini Pedal Review”