Reviews and specs


  • TC Electronic Distortion
  • Röttweiler
  • A powerful Distortion suitable to Hard Rock, Metal, Trash Metal, Power Metal and so on. It has been designed to reproduce the feel of an high-gain tube amp. The analog circuit and the quality components justify the price.

  • 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.

  • TC Electronic Reverb
  • Hall Of Fame
  • 2 inputs and 2 outputs, 4 controls, 10 reverbs, 2 pre-delay settings, 2 bypass types (true and buffered) and the switch for the Kill-Dry on/off that can be used to remove the direct signal of the guitar from the outputs.

  • Fostex Multitrack
  • MR-8HD
  • 16-bit resolution and a 44.1kHz sampling frequency. The material can be stored in the internal 40GB hard disk and can be converted in the WAV format.

  • Roland Multitrack
  • CD-2e
  • Too much expensive. Only two tracks, few functions and the USB absence. Yes, it provides a built-in CD-Writer, but it is not so important.

  • Sony Handheld
  • ICD-UX300
  • The classic vocal recorder that can be also a music player. It can play three different formats: MP3, WMA and AAC. Headphones are included in the box.

  • Fender Hot Rod
  • Deluxe 112 Enclosure
  • The Cabinet of the Hot Rod Series. It features a Celestion G12P-80 12 inches. It has been designed to add more bass response and an extra volume.

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

  • Fender Hot Rod
  • Deluxe
  • Complete and rather flexible, but it is not convincing. Perhaps, the problem is the 12" Special Design Eminence. The footswitch is included.