We are constantly researching the best effects of all types, and for the first time we bring all of that information together in one place with this roundup of the best guitar pedals in each effect category.
Submitted by Alexander on Wed, 01/06/2016 - 02:01.
Although sometimes interchanged with overdrive and distortion, fuzz is distinct from the two. It offers more dynamics than distortion, and more grit than overdrive, and it is well deserving of a spot on your pedalboard. Here we feature the best modern and classic fuzz pedals available in 2016 so you can pick one that fits your style.
Submitted by Alexander on Wed, 12/23/2015 - 05:10.
The $1000 price range is the sweet spot for finding great guitars with exceptional value. Here you will find the best budget-friendly workhorse guitars in this price range, particularly those that come close to more expensive models, without the hefty price tag.
Submitted by Alexander on Thu, 11/05/2015 - 03:06.
Add excitement to you're guitar sound by employing quality flange effect. From subtle swirl to uninhibited jet like swoosh, these highly recommended flangers will help you break out from the usual clean and overdriven guitar tone.
Submitted by Alexander on Fri, 10/23/2015 - 21:46.
Tired of the same production line guitars that everybody's using? Standout from the crowd by building your own personalized instrument. Check out these excellent DIY electric guitar kits, which you can build, modify and finish to create your very own "signature" axe.
Submitted by Alexander on Thu, 10/22/2015 - 01:40.
Don't wait until your beloved instrument falls on the floor, or worse, on your toes, secure your guitar with a functional and stylish strap. Listed below are some of the best acoustic guitar straps available that we categorized based on their form and functionality.
Submitted by Alexander on Tue, 10/20/2015 - 04:14.
With so many amps to choose from, getting the right blues amp can be a little daunting. Thankfully modern day amp manufacturers continue to make reproductions of classic amps that iconic guitarists of the past actually used. And since these amps worked for them, you can trust these classics to provide the same sonic quality that inspired you to take up the blues.
Submitted by Alexander on Mon, 10/19/2015 - 21:27.
In today's mobile world, keeping your chops up and working on musical ideas can be a challenge if you'll be carrying a regular sized guitar. For this reason, we have selected the best acoustic and electric travel guitars that can accompany you everywhere you go, and allow you to make music regardless of where you are.
Continuing our yearly tradition of helping fellow guitarists receive great presents for the holiday season, we have updated our list of recommended Christmas gifts for guitar players. So if you are wondering what to give that special guitar player in your life, heed our advice and check out these guitarist-approved suggestions.
Submitted by Alexander on Thu, 10/08/2015 - 21:20.
When you consider how much time and effort you put into getting your rig to sound just the way you want, it makes sense to ensure your guitar cables are also up to the job - after all they're an important part of the tone chain. Also remember that occasionally things will go wrong, so always carry at least one spare cable to gigs and rehearsals.
Submitted by Alexander on Mon, 10/05/2015 - 06:49.
Although the same volume balancing principle is used by all of these pedals, their approach, methodology and flexibility can vary. As such, your needs will depend on your playing style, be it versatility or simplicity and modern transparency or vintage style "warm" compression. Whatever your preference maybe, you will find a fitting compressor pedal right here in this list.
Submitted by Alexander on Tue, 09/22/2015 - 00:10.
With these reliable and high fidelity wireless guitar systems, you can enjoy the convenience of not being tied to an amp, without compromising sound quality. So free yourself from the hassle of setting up and dealing with cables.
Whether you're looking for a student guitar, or simply a low-cost alternative to your main instrument, you'll find exactly what you need here in the $100 to $200 price range from the most dependable acoustic guitar companies.
Submitted by Alexander on Tue, 08/25/2015 - 21:05.
Here is our recommended list of the best delay pedals, whether you are looking for the inspiring warmth of analog delays or you need the precision and versatility of digital delays, you can find what you want in this list.