Best Guitar Effects Pedals of 2017

In 2017, pedal builders elevated their game to a whole new level. Vintage King’s Dustin McLaughlin talks about his five favorite pedals from a year that gave us so many greats. Read more:


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Best Guitar Effects Pedals of 2017


Meris says:

Meaningful to us. Thanks for the top votes but mostly your genuine/real support. Much love Dustin.

Adam Saifer says:

birth in reverse though >.>

Lawrence Gillespie says:

Interesting choices. I don’t believe you sell my pick, which is the Empress Echosystem. It’s a very nice sounding dual engine delay with a few dozen algorithms, analog dry path and stereo path, so it’s good for guitar or keyboards.

Sean Gamble says:

infinite jets anyone?

bartlettmichael62 says:

QotSA – ‘How to Handle a Rope’ at the end credits. I gotchu fam.

Sean Gibson says:

Great video

Marco Gallerin says:

Huge fan of the Ottobit, I bought it this past summer and have been finding absolutely great sounds. I think it has already become one of those pedals that will always be on my board… Really want to get my hands on a Mercury7! Hopefully selling my Chase Bliss Tonal Recall to pick up another Meris pedal soon.

chris morales says:

Sheer mag!

tl3ss says:

Really happy to see Meris represented twice on this list. Both of those are so incredibly good.

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