With the L.A. Lady Overdrive, Source Audio managed to capture the fat, subtle rhythm sounds and screaming lead tones of a vintage Marshall amp – and put it in a box.
The Kingmaker Fuzz offers a dangerously aggressive trio of Fuzz: A super saturated, violin-like tone, a highly input sensitive fuzz, and a screaming octave fuzz.
Nathan Navarro has a massive Source Audio pedal board, and he sure cracks some amazing tones out of that board. Futuristic and retro all at once! Thumbs up! 🙂
EytschPi42 reviews the Source Audio Nemesis Delay in depth and with the precision and thoroughness that characterizes our German friends.
Singer/songwriter and guitarist Steven Wilson demos how he uses a Source Audio Programmable EQ in his live rig. He uses 4 EQ presets for tailoring individual tones.
Guitarist mag just reviewed Vertigo Tremolo. The verdict? “The perfect buy if you want a tremolo pedal but don’t want to be stuck with one sound.” We couldn’t agree more!
Jase from Divine Ascension received the Source Audio After Shock Bass Distortion. As a true YouTuber, just shooting a review is not the complete product experience.
Mike Hermans takes three classic modulation effects types out for a spin. But these are not your everyday effect pedals. These stompboxes belong to Source Audio’s new One Series.
Nathan Navarro demos the entire range of Source Audio’s One Series effect pedals for bass in a single track. 5 pedals and 5 strings on his Spector Bass does the trick…
The Source Audio After Shock Bass Distortion features 3 different dirt engines, spanning from subtle crunch to overdrive and distortion almost to the edge of fuzz…