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Stacks FX Crazy 8 Tremolo

Stacks FX Crazy 8 Tremolo


Posted By on Friday, December 23, 2016 in Stacks FX, Tremolo | 0 comments

*This is our last review before a much-needed (and we think deserved) break for the holidays here in the States. Thanks everyone for another killer year of support and helping Pedal of the Day continue to grow and thrive – and if you haven’t already, head over to Our Online Store and pick up some shirts, stickers and pedals for the musician in your life, or as a little treat to yourself. See you in 2017 – Cheers!*...

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Stacks FX Fuzz Gazer

Stacks FX Fuzz Gazer


Posted By on Monday, October 31, 2016 in Fuzz, Stacks FX | 0 comments

Recently, we had the chance to review and demo a great pedal from a company who has been a supporter of our since practically the beginning: Stacks FX. Their Native Lung Reverb was one of the coolest pedals we’d checked out in a minute, and today we’re honored to be able to present to you guys another one of their fine creations, the Fuzz Gazer. This purple beast is a Silicon fuzz with a ton of tone on tap. Volume controls...

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We last reviewed some pedals by today’s company over a year ago, when they had a different design layout and even a slightly different name. Today’s featured pedal is a departure into glorious territory from the dirt boxes we reviewed back then, too, showing off their revamped style and technical prowess all at once. The Native Lung Reverb from Stack FX has a slew of different ambient sounds available, and a control panel...

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We recently reviewed a cool little space-saver pedal called the Lil’ Guy Boost from a company called Stacks Sound, and it turned out to be a great pedal all around, so I’m excited to bring a review today of another one of their stompboxes. The Dirt Hammer Distortion is a saturation wizard, able to create big, fat, thick walls of distorted sound, while still keeping your guitar’s tone intact, and can be sensitive to...

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Space-saving pedals are awesome, I mean it. The fact that pedal builders figured out a way to pack a ton of tone into such small enclosures boggles my mind, but then, that’s not too difficult to do in general. The majority of the ones I have seen or played have been drive, and why not? Leave the huge pedals to the modulation and delay departments, and keep the drive sections neat and tidy. A nice example of such a pedal is the...

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