This is a list of all analog drives which change the circuits enough to be consider multiple drives in one pedal:
Guitar effects technology is improving every year, and with that effects pedals are to pack more and more into a pedal. This is our list of the top multi-effects pedals that fit in a single (mxr sized) guitar pedal.
Impulse Responses have been making big waves in recent years. Now they've finally started to make their way into the compact pedal format, making realistic speaker simulation available to smaller pedalboards and lighter budgets. Here are some of the latest and greatest:
For a long time, acoustic players have struggled when trying to amplify the natural sound of their acoustic guitar live. Simple EQ or compression, never seemed enough to recreate the warm natural tones of their instrument.
Direct recording of electric guitars took a big leap forward when guitarists and sound engineers started applying Impulse Responses to more accurately capture the dynamics of real speaker cabinet.
Now similar technology can be applied to acoustic guitar, and offers some excellent results. Here are a few ways you can get started right now:
As space becomes more and more of a premium, are even mini pedals too big for todays pedalboards? For those who are looking to save even more space, here are a few of the smallest effects pedals on the market:
Mini pedals seem to be taking over the pedalboard world, but just because many people are moving to smallboards it doesn't mean you have to without your trusty volume pedal. Here are 5 of the best mini volume pedals available: