Steel Panther Poontang Boomerang delay pedal: Will this one get banned, too?

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Steel Panther have announced a second guitar pedal, the Poontang Boomerang. As you’d expect, they aren’t being subtle in their advertising for it, calling it “the world’s greatest digital delay pedal”. Will this one be banned from sites like Reverb.com, too? The pedal’s name comes from one of Steel Panther’s tracks from a few years […]

NAMM 2019: Walrus Audio debuts Lillian Analog Multi-Stage Phaser

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Walrus Audio has just announced the new Lillian Analog Multi-Stage Phaser, a (sort of) cousin to its popular Julia pedal. Lillian Analog Multi-Stage Phaser The Lillian Analog Multi-Stage Phaser has settings for Rate, Width and Feedback. That echoes its Julia chorus pedal, where you can blend between Dry, Chorus and Vibrato. Here you can blend between Dry, […]

NAMM 2019: Electro Harmonix Bass Mono Synth pedal gives bassists new synth sounds

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Electro Harmonix has just announced a new Bass Mono Synth pedal kitted out with 11 bass synth options including some inetersting vintage synth emulations. Electro Harmonix Bass Mono Synth Last week, EHX announced that it won a big lump sum of cash from Mooer for copying its software. So it’s good to see the New […]

NAMM 2019: ThorpyFX Deep Oggin chorus/vibrato pedal

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UK pedal maker ThorpyFX has been crafting a new box of tricks, the Deep Oggin. This chorus/vibrato pedal was co-designed by Adrian Thorpe and the legendary Dan Coggins of Lovetone Effects fame. You know that if these two are involved it could be something very special indeed. ThorpyFX Deep Oggin Ex British Army, Major Adrian Thorpe MBE […]

Coma Reactor: a crunchy delay module that fractures consciousness

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New from Mumbai based guitar and bass effects and amplification company Animal Factory Amplification (AFA) comes their third Eurorack module. This is not a port of one of their pedals, the Coma Reactor is a whole other thing. Coma Reactor The Coma Reaktor uses the crunchy sounds of the PT2399 chip found in devices such as […]

Tasty Chips ECR-1 to bring convolution reverb to Eurorack

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Tasty Chips are the creators of the GR-1 hardware granular synthesizer which is still developing its way towards release. In the meantime, they’ve been working on the ECR-1, a convolution reverb for Eurorack. ECR-1 They say it’s the first convolution reverb to make it to Eurorack. It will be true stereo up to 48kHz sample […]

Walrus Audio Luminary V2 launches next week for some polyphonic madness

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When the original version of the Walrus Audio’s Luminary Effect Pedal was released in the spring of 2016, fans of organ sounds got their money’s worth. Now you can do even more with four separately controllable octaves at your disposal – enter Luminary V2. Luminary V2 The controls have been revised and the tracking of […]

Malekko Downer and Thicken: Two new pedals that invite you to experiment

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Malekko Heavy has come up with two interesting new pedals named Downer and Thicken, both designed and built in Portland, Oregon. Both provide tools to get your sound to stand out from the crowd, but in different ways. Downer The Downer effect combines wavefolding/saturation with pitch shifting down to one octave below. Two filters are also provided, one high-pass and […]