Steve Vai’s signature wah pedal, the Morley Bad Horsie 2 Contour Wah, is a switchless wah pedal. Find out what that means and why it’s worth considering if you’re looking for a wah pedal.
Category: Single Effect Pedals
Reviews on single effect pedals
The BOSS ES-8 is an effects switching system that can turn a nightmare pedalboard into something easy to manage. If you want to avoid tap-dancing on your pedals, check out how a pedal switching system like the ES-8 can help you.
The Afterglow Chorus is a low cost and very simple chorus pedal. If you’re looking for a way to give your tone a bit of color, check out this review.
A low cost phaser pedal with more control and flexibility than the most popular phaser pedals available. Find out whether the Blood Moon Phaser is for you.
A good quality compressor can greatly enhance your tone. Find out whether the Forcefield Compressor should be added to your rig in this review.
The WireTap Riff Recorder allows you to instantly capture any riffs, licks and ideas directly from your pedalboard. If you’re a songwriter or play in a band, find out how you can use the WireTap.
The M300 Reverb is an impressive pedal in the same way the MXR Carbon Copy is an impressive delay pedal. Have a listen to the reverb here and find out why it’s worth considering.
If you haven’t played with a Whammy pedal before, find out how the Whammy DT can give you an endless source of inspiration and creative effects
The Uni-Vibe was an iconic effect used by Hendrix, Gilmour and others to create lush, swirly tones. Find out about this effect and whether the Viscous Vibe is worth buying.
The Digitech Drop is a much needed pedal for a massive number of guitarists. Being able to instantly drop-tune your guitar is only the beginning.