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VG Approved Gear

Walrus Audio’s Monument Harmonic Tap Tremolo

At some point, nearly every guitarist realizes they simply can’t function without an effects pedal that creates warm, pulsating modulation. Walrus Audio’s Monument Harmonic Tap...

Square Amps’ Chippy

Matt Richards builds basic cathode-bias amps housed in the carcasses of vintage radios. They’re designed to be compatible with various tubes, giving the user...

Boss Box 40

For players of a certain vintage, there’s something gratifying about an old-school compact Boss pedal at your feet. Even with the evolution of more-sophisticated...

Bogner Oxford Fuzz

Teaming with Rupert Neve, Bogner Amplification has developed a line of pedals based on its renowned amp channels. One result, the Oxford Fuzz, is...

Area 51 Fuzzwah

Fuzz wahs are nothing new, of course. Released under scores of badge-engineered monikers, they’ve promised aural overload ranging from sirens to tornadoes. Problem is,...

Carl Martin’s Red Repeat Delay Echo, Greg Howe’s Lick Box

After hearing – and taking to heart – feedback from players, Carl Martin recently upgraded its Red Repeat Delay Echo by adding tap tempo...

Relic the Hague’s Scumbag

On the surface, the Scumbag is a simple rock beast. With a 25.5"-scale neck, maple fingerboard, and bolt-neck construction, it has the design and...

Andrew White Guitars’ Freja 1013W

Though electric guitars have undergone radical change since the world first laid eyes on Rickenbacker’s “frying pan,” acoustics have rarely strayed from tradition. Andrew...

T-Rex Replicator

Among the arcana of tone, few things inspire as much devotion – even obsession – as echo. The Holy Grail is often considered the...

Danelectro ’84

The Danelectro name first surfaced on amplifiers in the late 1940s, then later on guitars made with Masonite bodies and lipstick-tube pickups, along with...