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Orange Acoustic Pedal Review

The Orange Acoustic Pedal is a convenient control unit aimed squarely at the acoustic rocker, and it hits the bull’s-eye as an all-in-one floor unit with a relatively small footprint and an agreeable price. Orange is renowned for its robust British tube-amp sound, and the iconic U.K.-based manufacturer continues to...
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This under-desk elliptical can help you burn calories while working, and it’s on sale

Everyone stuck in the routine of working from home since the pandemic struck can attest to the fact that it can get sedentary. Since commuting and getting lunches outside are out of the question still for many of us, you’re pretty much stuck within the four walls of your house day in and day out, there are very few chances of engaging in physical activity. It doesn’t help that the line between work and life is blurred, so you’re likely pouring most of your time on work, too. You’re lucky if you can even allot an hour to sweating it out.
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Guitar World Magazine

Ernie Ball unveils new, limited-edition "Super Bee" VPJR Tuner pedal

Upon its original unveiling in 2019, Ernie Ball's terrific VPJR Tuner pedal came in four finishes – gold, black, red and white. Now, the two-in-one volume/tuner pedal has been made available in a limited-edition, none-more-yellow "Super Bee" look. Though this particular version of the pedal stands out with its unique...
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Auto Evolution

Tricycle House Is How You Bring Pedal Power to the Tiny House Movement

Tiny houses present an array of advantages over fixed homes, with the biggest being that they’re mobile and, as such, perfect for digital nomads and frequent travelers. They also encourage downsizing and living intentionally, both very popular with today’s more environmentally-aware generation, and come with smaller running costs. The one...
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premierguitar.com

Stompboxtober Day 20: Outlaw Effects

Enter here for your chance to WIN an Outlaw Effects Five O'Clock Fuzz or Quick Draw Delay! Giveaway Ends October 21, 2021. The Outlaw Effects Five O'Clock Fuzz gives you loads of rich, cascading sustain with crisp attack and subtle compression. Use the controls to go from waxy smooth, violin-like sustain to grittier tones with razor-sharp bite. Perfectly sculpt your fuzz tone into everything from the thick leads of 1970's classic rock to heavier alternative sounds of the 80's and 90's. Featuring True Bypass switching to maintain the purity of your clean tone, Five O'Clock Fuzz delivers a wide array of fuzz tones in a compact package.
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Enter to Win an LTD Guitar + Signature Nergal ‘LCFR’ Guitar Pedal From Behemoth

On Halloween, Behemoth will formally commemorate their 30th anniversary with a trio of specially produced livestream events, which finds the Polish black/death metal extremists playing songs from across the entirety of their career. In further celebration, Loudwire is partnering with Behemoth to give away an LTD guitar, courtesy of ESP, along with Nergal's signature LCFR pedal by KDHK.
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Pinkbike.com

Cascade Components Announces Norco Optic Link

Here we are again with yet another new link. Almost a year after putting out our first Norco link, we are now doing one for the Optic. As with all our links, this one makes the suspension more progressive, going from 17% up to 23%. It also increases travel by 5 mm, putting it at 130 mm even. What does this result it? The usual stuff. The suspension feels softer off the top and tracks over rougher terrain better then ramps up to deliver support as it gets into the latter half of its travel. Because this is a short travel bike that also needs to be able to pedal well, we made sure the link preserved the pedaling characteristics and didn’t turn it into a tank to pedal. Geometry also remains the same since that is one of the traits we enjoy the most about the Optic.
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geargods.net

ERNIE BALL Updates Their VPJR Tuner Pedal With New “Super Bee” Finish

Ernie Ball originally introduced the world to its volume-meets-tuner VPJR Tuner pedal in 2019. Now they’re back with a “Super Bee” version that does pretty much everything the original does, but it looks cooler. Which is all that really matters anyway, right?. Seriously though, the Super Bee version of the...
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