chimera bc9

Chimera Synthesis bC9 Review

Putting together your own pedalboard is always fun. And adding a new pedal to the signal chain makes things even more fun, giving your guitar sound a whole new life. Buying that new overdrive, distortion, chorus, compressor, or even a treble booster gives guitar players such joy that they even get inspired to write new…
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Ibanez K7 Korn Signature Series Guitar Review

Right as the 1990s came, we were witnesses to one of the most drastic changes in music, especially when it comes to rock and metal. The flashy lightning speed era of guitar playing was kind of coming to an end, and more of the riff-based music started emerging. While the 80s saw some artists going…

MXR EVH117 Flanger Guitar Effects Pedal Review

Kirk Hammett is by far one of the most influential guitar players of our time. As such, you can trust his gear choices to be the right ones. When it comes to effects pedals, Kirk is one of those guitarists who have a very fluid setup. In other words, their search for the optimal setup…

Yamaha Reface YC Review

Riding the wave of reissues, Yamaha released the successful Reface series, a modern take on some of its classic keys of the past: The Reface DX revisits the ubiquitous in ‘80s MOR recordings, hotel discos and cruise ship piano bars DX7 digital synth, the Reface CP is based on the CP80 electric piano, the Reface…

Source Audio SA170 Programmable EQ Pedal Review

  EQ pedals are among those tools that aren't extremely popular with most guitar players. This is probably because an EQ pedal is designed to be noticed only if it is used wrong. When you have it dialed in right, your audience shouldn't even know that it is there. With that said, an EQ is…