Wampler Triple Wreck Distortion Review

The Wampler Triple Wreck distortion pedal by Wampler effects was designed with the sound of a Peavey 5150 or Mesa Dual Rectifier in mind. It’s not quite in the same league as other distortion pedals. This thing is like an amp in a box- seriously! I’m not talking about your … Continue reading

Digitech Whammy Pedal 5 Review

The Digitech Whammy Pedal is the effect made famous by Rage Against the Machine guitarist, Tom Morello. If you’ve ever heard the solo to ‘Killing in the Name of’, you’ll know exactly what this pedal does! If not, then the clue is in the name. The whammy pedal acts like … Continue reading

MXR DD-11 Dime Distortion Review

The MXR DD-11 Dime distortion pedal by Jim Dunlop was, unlike other Dime equipment made in conjunction with Dimbag himself. It features a cammo paint job, and some of the most aggressive distortion to come out of a distortion pedal. Oh, and it has a picture of Dime’s face on … Continue reading

Dimebag Signature Wah Review

Unlike other signature wah pedals from Jim Dunlop, the Dimebag Signature Wah comes packed with features. Given that the original crybaby has no controls at all (other than the foot pedal rocker), this is probably the most versatile wah-wah pedal you’ll ever find. Most signature crybabies take the original idea … Continue reading

Jim Dunlop KH95 Wah Review

The Jim Dunlop KH95 wah: if there is one effect that Metallica’s Kirk Hammett is well known for, it’s the Wahwah pedal. In this post, we’re having a look at Kirk’s signature wah by Jim Dunlop. Wah pedals were originally invented to sound similar to the expressive, crying tone that … Continue reading