The Rocktron Reaction Distortion I offers a flexible cast of opinions towards establishing your own wall of sound. The pedal includes an assortment of knobs which provide the musician with more freedom while setting up their own sound, without becoming too overwhelming.
You invest so much time, effort, and money when purchasing a guitar, why would you not give that same amount of attention and detail to the strap it hangs from?
When home recording is mentioned in conversations between musicians, microphones, mixers, Macs, tons of cables and complicated software often come to mind. All of these items are expensive and time consuming to set up for the guitarist who just wants to plug in and play without any hassle, so I was excited to be able to try a product that would make this long process simpler.
Jazz Guitarists are generally concerned with finding the ultimate instrument for plying their craft. The next critical issue is the accurate reproduction of the tone created by their builder.
The MC404, through its numerous options, offers significantly greater versatility than other wah pedals in any price range, and evinces a smooth, harmonically rich tone suitable for a wide range of musical applications.
Are you looking for a bass that will give you a stage image that will turn heads while explode eardrums? Well look no further, the new Oktober DevilWing Bass should be on your evil little wish list.
The MXR Custom Badass ‘78 Distortion pedal is the first in a line from MXR that is designed to roar like a huge stack as well as sound like a worn-in vintage tube amp. MXR claim to have hot-rodded this distortion pedal for over-the-top soaring leads and rich saturated rhythms. I think they succeed. This pedal packs quite a punch!
Here is a perfect example of a forgotten and underrated guitar pedal that should be an essential pedal in everyone’s board, the MXR Vintage 1974 Phase 90. If you don’t have one, you’re probably wondering what it does and how it can benefit your playing?
Regardless of which British Invasion you prefer, The Beatles in the ’60s or the New Wave of British Heavy Metal in the early ’80s, “this pedal just might be your bag” or should I say, “should be on your pedal board”.
Since their inception in 2004, Pigtronix has pursued a conceptual approach to pedal design called F.A.T. – Futuristic Analog Tone. Pigtronix has distilled the essential soul of tube overdrive into the straightforward yet remarkably flexible design of the new FAT Drive.