Factory production guitars generally have pretty sloppy wiring. After all, you can’t see that when buying, so companies don’t put enough effort into that. Custom rewiring by a good experienced guitar tech is the best way to get clean guitar wiring, as you can see in the following photos.
The Jackson Audio The Optimist MIDI dual overdrive by Cory Wong is a unique pedal in all that it offers. Here I’m going to go into detail as to how I feel about it and what I think could be improved to make it even better.
You may be thinking of building a Fender Partscaster. You’re looking at various listings for cool Fender Telecaster necks and maybe various bodies and pickup combinations. In this article we’ll look at the pros and cons of Partscasters to help you decide. So, should you build a Partscaster? Let’s find out!
The Strymon Flint is one of the most respected reverb pedals in the world. Many true professional guitarists depend on it for their classic reverb and lush tremolo sounds. It’s been out for a while now… Is the Strymon Flint still worth it after more than a decade?
What’s your favorite analog chorus? I’ll tell you a little bit about mine and why it has become my favorite. I’ve owned this analog chorus pedal for over 20 years and it has become my benchmark and yardstick to measure up others.
Morningstar MC6 Pro Review by a long time MC8 and MC3 user. We have been awaiting the arrival of the MC6 Pro for well over a year or more now. The time has finally come and I have an MC6 Pro in my hands. These is what I’m seeing.
In this article I attempt to shed some light as to whether or not there really is latency when switching on Jackson Audio pedals and how that might compare when pressing the foot switches as opposed to engaging the pedals with MIDI control.
Let’s talk a little bit about analog dry-through delay pedals and how they compare to fully digital delays – those that convert the entire signal to digital and back to analog. This is a hot topic and one that always comes up in forums and online discussions when comparing popular delay pedals.
I’d like to offer my own hands-on BOSS OC-5 Octave review, and how I feel that the buffered output on this pedal is a real drawback. I compare it to the EHX POG 2 and other octave / pitch-shifting options like the Eventide H90, H9 and Line6 HX Stomp.