Pedals: Product Reviews, Ratings and Buying Guides

Whether you’re a singer or a guitarist, or both – finding the best harmonizer pedal can often be a bit hit and miss. With so many vocal harmonizer pedal options on the market, the task can seem daunting. However, searching for the right vocal harmony pedal is worthwhile. Today’s intelligent harmonizers can add depth ...

The wah-wah effect is a hallmark of the electric guitar sound. This distorted sound is normally produced by a manual foot pedal, which puts the guitarist in complete control over when and to what degree the wah effect is applied. But when you want to apply distortion faster than the human foot can react to your guitar ...

A volume pedal is relatively simple – it increases the output of your guitar when you press down, and decreases your sound when you let up. But that basic function is essential if you want to have complete control over the dynamics of your sound. We reviewed tens of volume pedals and narrowed them down to our ...

An EQ pedal is the perfect way to fine-tune and boost your sound as well as eliminate feedback. It gives you the ability to tweak lows, mids, and highs, so your guitar has a more consistent sound, no matter where you’re playing. If you’re looking for the best EQ pedal for you, you’re in the right place. To put ...

Whether you have aspirations of being your generation’s Eric Clapton or enjoy gigging with your band, humming, squealing, and other noises can compromise your sound. Fortunately, a noise gate pedal can provide a great solution for these issues. Noise gate pedals are designed to eliminate the noises beyond a specified ...

Vibrato is one of the key ways that musicians add expression and bring their sound to life. It adds character and personality to your playing and, if done right, can give notes a vocal quality that can’t be matched. To do this, of course, you’ll need a vibrato pedal. To put together this review, we looked at ...

Bass octave pedals, a type of guitar effect pedals, are designed to produce a tone that is one octave above or below the original tone. Many modern octave pedals give an even wider tone range, generating a tone that's either two or three octaves higher or lower than the tone you're playing. The best bass octave pedals ...

Once you get good at playing the electric guitar, it’s only right that you explore different sounds, and a wah pedal can help you do that. The tool in question can be used to change the tone and or frequency of a particular song. Our team has already reviewed more than 20 products, and in the spirit of bringing you ...