The Arpanoid Polyphonic Pitch Arpeggiator provides an interesting way to add weird and wonderful elements to your guitar sound without having to compromise its core tone. It creates cascading major or minor runs, octaves, and random sequences from notes or even chords. Surprisingly musical or sonically outrageous applications abound.
Earthquaker Devices' Arrows is a simple preamp booster. With a single knob and button, you could get a good tone out of it in any case.
With the Bit Commander, it's pretty hard to dial in a bad sound, though that's not saying I haven't found some disgusting sounds.
The reverb is really transparent and is an excellent option (if not the best) to make soundscapes.
I primarily got this fuzz for it's Black Keys tones, but I was pleasantly surprised with its versatility. A great pedal, but for the love of all fuzz, you aren't going to get everything you want in one pedal.
This pedal is choppy, aggressive, cut through the mix and does not have volume drop
One knob called "More". Can't be easier. I give this pedal the complete 10 stars.
Want to sound like you're playing guitar underwater? Dive for The Depths. EarthQuaker Devices' take on the classic optical vibe circuit delivers a rich, phasing pulse that adds a swirling sonic dimension. Consider The Depths as a vehicle to achieve classic Hendrix vibe, or plunge headlong into uncharted territory.
The Tone Reaper is a 'ripping fuzz' according to the catalogue provided. I agree. As it is hybrid fuzz, two silicom, one germanium, you get a great variety of tones, and if you are looking for really fat, distorted noises, the Tone Reaper is for you.