Many names come to mind when it comes to effect pedals for bass guitars. MXR, which has long honed its craftsmanship in producing these devices, is also among them. But in this MXR Bass D.I.+ review, I propose to consider the advantages of the model, which is a direct injection box (direct input box) for bass, with which you can connect the instrument to the microphone input of the mixing console without distortion, signal loss, noise, and interference. It also functions as a preamplifier. Cool stuff. But let’s make sure of it.
The Danish company TC Electronic is well known for its musical instruments and related devices, which include a wide range of effects pedals. Today, in my TC Electronic Fangs Metal Distortion review, I offer you a simple pedal that has only one purpose – gain, gain, and more gain. It creates a range from thick walls of distortion doom metal to ultra-dense thrash tones. So if you’re a fan of heavy genres of music – you’ve come to the right place. Let’s go!
There are many serious companies among the world leaders in designing and manufacturing professional audio equipment and musical instruments. And the German Behringer is one of them. In my Behringer VT999 review, I will tell you about a very interesting model, which is a tube overdrive/distortion pedal, and it is called Vintage Tube Monster.
Darkglass Electronics, known for the quality of its products, created the Microtubes X series in 2018. The Microtubes X7 was among them. But in this Darkglass Microtubes X Ultra review, I will tell you about an even more versatile model than the X7, which is its modified version.
In 1978, in the basement of a Pro Co store in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Scott Burmam created an effect pedal. This device has undergone some changes since then, but the original circuitry has remained the same. And today, in the Pro Co RAT2 review, I will tell you about this now-famous pedal made by the Chinese company Neutrik for Pro Co.
For those who understand the variety of electric guitar gear Electro-Harmonix Little Big Muff review won’t be new because this model is a smaller version of the famous EHX Big Muff Pi, which has been on the market since the 70s. For those who don’t know, it’s a fuzz-style distortion pedal with a wonderful effect.
Looking for classic rock distortion? My JOYO JF-03 review will introduce you to a bright representative of this class. This pedal is modeled after the MI Audio Crunchbox, so the British rock of the 60s and 70s is just what it can perfectly do. To understand its benefits and features, I will describe it in more detail. But let’s not waste time and get to the most interesting part.
Well, some names speak for themselves. And in this MXR M75 review, I’ll introduce you to an effect pedal that bears the proud name of Super Badass Distortion. MXR was a pioneer in making pedals, but they’ve honed their craftsmanship quite a bit over the decades.
In this Boss MT-2 review, I will tell you about one of the most famous pedals but, at the same time, controversial pedals. All guitarists know it, but it has earned absolutely opposite feedback during its history. By the way, this model was released in 1991 but is still one of the best-selling models. Let’s look at the Metal Zone MT-2 features; they may help you decide whether this pedal is suitable for you.
In this Boss DS-1 review, I will tell you about one of today’s most popular and selling distortion pedals. It was introduced back in 1978 and was produced in Japan and later in Taiwan. And in the 2000s, Boss became part of Roland. However, these events did not affect the quality of the product, and numerous modifications only improved the basic model.