Metallica electric guitar star Kirk Hammett has taken to Instagram to announce that his second signature Dunlop Cry Baby Wah is in the works. Dressed in a striking purple colorway
JAM Pedals has announced a downscaled, standard line variant of its Pink Flow—the Seagull. Looking to nail David Gilmour’s signature Seagull sound effect, the namesake pedal features an incredibly straightforward
Dunlop has introduced a new wah pedal that comes with two distinct voices—the Custom Badass Dual-Inductor Cry Baby. Per Dunlop, “This limited edition Cry Baby Wah brings together the two
Dunlop has announced a limited-edition custom Crybaby GCB95, sporting a red paint job and wrapped in quotes picked by Audioslave and Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello himself. The
Fender has announced four new effects stompboxes—the Tread Light Wah, the Tread Light Volume/Expression, the Acoustic Preverb, and the Trapper Bass Distortion—as part of its new product lineup for 2020.
Dunlop has unveiled a half-sized auto-returning wah, the Crybaby CBM535AR, which delivers the right balance of wah control, onstage convenience, and pedalboard-efficiency. Sporting the legendary red Fasel Inductor and an
Famous for his incredibly rhythmic playing style, Cory Wong has become the latest guitarist to get a signature Neural DSP Archetype plugin. “Cory’s uncompromising standards and borderline unrealistic expectations for
JAM Pedals has launched the “Lending a Hand” campaign in partnership with 15 artists—Alex Skolnick, Andy Timmons, David Torn, Nels Cline, Graham Coxon, Bill Frisell, Julian Lage, Richie Sambora, Neal
Vox has announced the latest incarnation of its wah pedal, the V847-C Custom, designed for Japanese guitar superstar, Char. The V847-C sports traditional Japanese artwork on its front and bottom plates.
We all know that there some some pedals that don’t fall into simple categorical boxes. Extreme fuzz boxes, crazy synthesizers, swooping pitch shifters and harmonizers, fine-tuned tone adjusters—sometimes a unique
Ibanez has released version three of a classic ’80s wah pedal, the WH10 V3. The WH10 V3 sports the same core circuitry as the original, plus some new tweaks, including
Just last August, Morley added a trio of effects stompboxes to its 20/20 line—the Power Wah, Power Wah Volume, and Bad Horsie. Now, the company has again expanded the collection
Wampler has loaded 11 custom-built and -designed modulations into the new Terraform stompbox, which “reshapes the landscape of traditional modulation.” The mods on tap—Dimension, Chorus, Auto-Wah, Tremolo, Harmonic Tremolo, Envelope