Reviews and specs


  • TC Electronic Flanger
  • Vortex
  • This TC Electronic Flanger features a switch that can be used to select between two different bypass types: true and buffered, useful with long cables or if you use many pedals at the same time.

  • Boss Reverb
  • FRV-1 Fender '63
  • Thanks to the COSM technology, this Boss pedal works very well. The Reverb is natural and warm. The Dwell knob adjusts the amount of the harmonics. All is classic and Vintage. The overall result is, certainly, really good.

  • TC Electronic Distortion
  • Dark Matter
  • It works very well and turns out particularly versatile. It is equipped with a 2-position switch, called Voice, that can dramatically alter the guitar tone. An important characteristic is that this is an all-analog pedal.

  • Zoom Handheld
  • H6
  • 4 microphonic capsules, 2 are included, 2 are optional and sold separately. Three compressors and three limiters. The Accessory Pack includes a USB-type AC adapter, a remote control, and a windscreen. Certainly, a very advanced product.

  • Tascam Handheld
  • DR-07
  • The USB allows the connection with a PC, therefore files can be transferred to the PC and vice versa. When connected, the DR-07 will appear like an hard disk. Three different sources for the input. 2 formats, WAV and MP3

  • Tascam Handheld
  • iM2
  • A useful and intelligent product. It can work with any app and also with the built-in video camera. A very valid solution to add a quality audio to the video. Compatible with iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad, iPad 2, iPod touch 4G.

  • Marshall JCM 900
  • 4101 Dual Reverb
  • A single 12" Celestion G12-100. Flexible outputs.

  • Marshall JCM 800
  • 5210
  • Two channels (Normal and Boost), an onboard Reverb (Hammond) and a 3-band EQ. It is equipped with Send & Return, headphones output and 2-button footswitch.

  • Fender Hot Rod
  • Blues Deluxe Reissue
  • After the 4/5 of the volume, it becomes more Crunch, but always definite and clear. Absolutely the classic Fender clean.