Is it worth all the hype? That’s the only question if you talk about the Klon.
Let’s find out, check out my review: http://www.effectsdatabase.com/reviews/klon/ktr
Yes, it is a copy of a wellknown pedal and they have changed the pedal since it was revealed. But is the V1 of the Transparent Overdrive worth hunting down?? Check out my thoughts:
2 seperate trems in one box with a volume control. What’s not to like about that??
Check out my review: http://www.effectsdatabase.com/reviews/rockett/signature/dualtrem
SoundOnSound magazine have reviewed the MarkL pedals for their October edition of 2013.
This is their final thought on the 3 pedals:
These are well-made pedals, which have been voiced by musicians who know exactly what they’re aiming for. While each has a unique character, they’re all in the same league in terms of quality as, say, Fulltone’s pedals. My favourite is the Vanilla Sky: it does everything you could ask of an overdrive pedal, without trampling your tone. Considering that these are boutique, hand-built pedals, the cost is very reasonable.
You can read the entire review here!
DingoTone promises boutique build and boutique tone at a small price. The Big Sky Drive is their take on a transparent overdrive and is Germanium based.
Check out my review at http://www.effectsdatabase.com/reviews/dingotone/bsd
Another mini pedal from Mooer, another copy of an oldie. This one seriously surprised me, delivering a tone I haven’t found in many pedals!!
Check out my review at http://www.effectsdatabase.com/reviews/mooer/micro/mbd1
Part of their Micro series of pedals, here´s a little one with a lot happening under the bonnet. 3 pitch FX from this little thing? Surely they can´t be any good, right? Well, you´d be surprised!
Check out my review at http://www.effectsdatabase.com/reviews/mooer/micro/mps1
What does the 4th control do? Is it useful or maybe necessary? How does this one compare to the original?
Check out my full review at http://www.effectsdatabase.com/reviews/bearfoot/honeybeest
I tested the Dyna Red a while ago and really liked it. It has plenty of gain so a hotter version of this, not sure it’s ‘needed’. I tried it and liked it!
Check out my review: http://www.effectsdatabase.com/reviews/bearfoot/dynared/hot
No prices for guessing on which well-known pedal this one is based!! Does the world really need another TS-based pedal? Probably not but what if it is small, cheap and sounds excellent?
Check out my full review: http://www.effectsdatabase.com/reviews/mooer/micro/mod1