Introducing StripFX and their KC94 Klon Klone

A Klone in a custom orange encasing from a company that will build custom clones and pedals? Sign me up. Cost: $125 from Reverb.com, also hit up StripFX on Instagram! StripFX is a relatively new pedal maker on the scene and unlike a lot of the pedals you’ve seen me demo and review, they mostlyContinue reading “Introducing StripFX and their KC94 Klon Klone”

Strymon Iridium Amp and Cab Sim Review: Is This A Dream Come True?

I think I finally found the amp in a box solution I’ve been looking for. Overview & Cost: $399.00 from Strymon.net, Amazon.com, and Reverb.com (some affiliate links). I’ve long been a hold out when it comes to making the switch from tube amplifiers to amp and cab sims and modelers. While the Line6 Pod GoContinue reading “Strymon Iridium Amp and Cab Sim Review: Is This A Dream Come True?”

Musiclily Fuzz and AD-01 Analog Delay Pedal Review

Upgraded pedals from Musiclily have arrived and it is a mixed bag of sounds, form functions, and quality. Overview & Cost: $47.42 from Amazon.com! Remember those small, re-branded Kmise pedals from Musiclily I previously reviewed? Well these new pedals are a lot more exciting than those! Musiclily has released a whole line of bigger boxContinue reading “Musiclily Fuzz and AD-01 Analog Delay Pedal Review”

Music Box Pedals Lyla Drive Review

My first experience with a Timmy circuit is equally as impressive as it is eye catching. Overview & Cost: $169 from Musicboxpedals.com or find one on Reverb.com! Searching for that perfect overdrive pedal is a never ending quest for me. And that’s partly just because I feel like I’m still learning about all the differentContinue reading “Music Box Pedals Lyla Drive Review”

Interchange Noise Works On Air Fuzz-stortion Review: How One Pedal Can Replace Three

Well after I truly fell in love with the Element 119, I needed to see how their other offering held up! Overview & Cost: $175 from InterchangeNoiseWorks.com or Reverb.com! (some affiliate links) There are few fuzz pedals out there that are more user-friendly and flexible than the On Air from Interchange Noise Works. With dualContinue reading “Interchange Noise Works On Air Fuzz-stortion Review: How One Pedal Can Replace Three”

Supro Analog Chorus and Vibrato Pedal Review

A vintage inspired modulation pedal with unique looks, warm tones, and a hefty price. Overview & Cost: $249 from Suprousa.com, Reverb.com, or Amazon.com! (some affiliate links) Announced at Winter NAMM 2021, the Supro Analog Chorus was released alongside drive, tremolo, and delay pedals as part of Supro’s new effects lineup. All sporting convenient top jacks,Continue reading “Supro Analog Chorus and Vibrato Pedal Review”

Thirty7fx Tombstone Treble Boost Review

I have never used a treble boost before, but now I want more of them. Overview & Cost: $135.00 USD from Thirty7fx.com or Reverb.com! (some affiliate links) As far as treble boost pedals go, I am pretty solidly an amateur. I have heard people rave about them as a gain stage or secret weapon forContinue reading “Thirty7fx Tombstone Treble Boost Review”

Wampler Ratsbane Pedal Review: A Mini, Modern RAT?

My favorite gain pedal of all time but shrunk down and with additional features? Word. Overview & Cost: $149.00 from Wamplerpedals.com, Amazon.com, or Reverb.com! (some affiliate links) I’ve already written several articles about my love of RAT pedals, their clones, knockoffs, and variants. While the Mosky Black Rat wasn’t a big winner for me, theContinue reading “Wampler Ratsbane Pedal Review: A Mini, Modern RAT?”

Mid-Year Update On Guitar And Pedal Rankings

With 6 months of guitar and gear reviews down, what are the most impressive to date? The rest of 2021 will feature some big reviews from brands like Gibson, Fender, Squier Supro, D’Angelico, and many more that I’m pumped to talk about. But before we get there, and to the end of the year rankings,Continue reading “Mid-Year Update On Guitar And Pedal Rankings”

SPS Pedals Local 2609: A Boosted Blues Breaker

How will this switchable, boosted Blues Breaker fit into a rig that is clearly lacking a transparent drive? Cost & Overview: $120.00 new from SPS Pedal’s Reverb Shop! (Affiliate link) Part of my favorite thing about Instagram is that you can discover a new gear brand every single day. Whether it is a pedal company,Continue reading “SPS Pedals Local 2609: A Boosted Blues Breaker”