Wren and Cuff Caprid Review

Wren and Cuff Caprid
Oh Baby.  What can I say about this one?  It gets the Coveted “5S” Award. You could go on for hours reading about it’s use of vintage parts and the authenticity of it’s enclosure (even the FONT for the labeling is correct.)  Heck even the circuit board has “3003” printed on it (look it up.)  This Beast can roll with a LOT of great vintage units out there, and while that technically doesn’t say much considering E.H.’s consistency throughout the years, with this pedal, you CAN have something that is reliable, dependable AND worry free: keep in mind those vintage units are getting up there in value and taking them to the show can worry a few people.

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Pigeon FX Fuzz Face Kit Review

 

For all of the clones and copies on the market of the venerable fuzz face circuit, a less often seen product is the Fuzz Face kit. Considering the sparse amount of parts account in a Fuzz Face compared to modern distortion devices this makes quite a bit of sense. If you have the bare essential components [enclosure, foot switch, input and output jacks and potentiometers] the real important parts can suitably be ordered. You just have to make sure they are the “right” parts.
But who knows what the right parts actually are? It looks like Pigeon FX do. Continue reading “Pigeon FX Fuzz Face Kit Review”

Mad Professor Simble Review

Known as one of the top 4KDPs (4 knob Dumble Pedals), The Mad Professor Simble has a long and involved history concerning it’s development that is well documented. Whether it was the side by side testing with a real Dumble, painstaking circuit research and some pretty savvy marketing or just the overall amazingly smooth tone, SOMETHING has got people buzzed about this pedal. Continue reading “Mad Professor Simble Review”