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  • Hands-On With The Walrus Audio Mayflower Overdrive Guitar Pedal

    Over the last couple of years, I’ve had a good amount of experience with Walrus Audio pedals. If I had to sum up their gear with just one phrase, “highly versatile” quickly comes to mind. More than just simple effects, they work more like complimentary tools that can alter your tone in unexpected ways. Take the Janus Fuzz/Tremolo for example and its unique yet intuitive dual-joystick controls or the insane amount of sonic possibilities you can get out of their Descent Reverb. Add in the consistent hand-built quality of their build and the awesome decals and you have a pedal line that has plenty to offer players who are serious about their effects. So, when I finally had the chance to mess around with the Mayflower Overdrive, I was excited to hear it in action.



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  • Five Guitar Effects Pedals Every Player Should Own

    Guitar effects pedals come in a huge assortment of types, makes, and models. With so many to choose from, it can be tough to know where to start. With that in mind, we wanted to take things back to the basics, to make a list of five types of guitar effects pedals that nearly any guitarist can make use of, no matter what style they play. Read on for the five guitar effects pedal types that we feel every guitar pedal should own.




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  • Tips On Using The Ernie Ball Expression Ambient Delay Guitar Effects Pedal

    Last week, we reviewed the new Ernie Ball Expression Ambient Delay guitar effects pedal (spoiler: we thought it was great). While the delay and reverb aspects of the pedal would make it a great buy on its own, the addition of a built-in expression pedal really ups the amounts of things you can do as a player. Many players out might not have much experience with delay and expression pedal combo so today we’d like to take the time to showcase some of the benefits the Expression Ambient Delay can add to your tonal toolset.



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  • Musician Tips: Building Your Signature Tone

    The next time you listen to an album with your favorite guitarist, close your eyes and listen to the guitar. What do you like about it? What makes you want to turn up the volume? It can pretty much be guaranteed that it is not what brand of guitar they are playing or what color it is. In the end, it all comes down to tone, and this article will help you choose the best guitar in that regard.



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  • Tube Amp Rectifiers And Their Impact On Tone

    Guitar tube amp rectifiers are a source of confusion among many players out there. And with the growth of dual rectifier or selectable rectifier tube amps, it is important that players take the time to know the basics on what they are and how they work, along with what they do and don’t contribute to a tube amp’s tone. Below, we take a closer look and hopefully give you a good idea on the type of tube amp rectifier can bring to the table.



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