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, or find one cheaper HERE from 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 theContinue 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 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 sounds SOOO much better than the mini. ItContinue 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”

Ammoon Nano Chorus Pedal Review

Cost: $29.99 new but prices may vary on Reverb Gifted to me by my brother and been on my board ever since. How it Works & Final Score: 7.8 If you’re looking for a big sounding chorus pedal that won’t take up a lot of budget or pedalboard space, look no further! The Ammoon ChorusContinue reading “Ammoon Nano Chorus Pedal Review”

Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal Review

Cost: $49.99 USD new, buy from Reverb HERE Purchased this pedal recently after realizing I needed a simple, reliable distortion. How it Works and Final Score: 8.7 The Boss DS-1 Distortion is one of the most straightforward and popular pedals of all time. Known best for its punchy, classic rock-style distortion, the DS-1 has beenContinue reading “Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal Review”

MXR Carbon Copy Delay Review

Cost: $149.99, find the right version of this pedal for yourself HERE This pedal was purchased for personal use and review and has long been a staple of my pedal board. How It Works and Final Score: 8.7 Capable of both short and long delay, the Carbon Copy is a must have delay pedal forContinue reading “MXR Carbon Copy Delay Review”

MXR M-101 Phase 90 Pedal Review

Cost: $79.99 new, purchase your own! This pedal was purchased for review and personal use after learning my idolt, Mick Jones of The Clash, was an avid user. How It Works and Final Score: 9.0 The Phase 90 is one of the simplest and most popular pedals of all time. Found on the pedal boardContinue reading “MXR M-101 Phase 90 Pedal Review”