Welcome to the beta version of TonePedia.

Our idea is pretty simple - we let you explore and play around with guitar gear so you can find your tone. This beta version is an un-refined, simpler test version of the TonePedia concept, and we need your help testing it. Please click the buttons and tweak the knobs until they break and then don't forget to fill in our survey. We appreciate your feedback, it will help us understand your preferences and build the ultimate interactive guitar gear testing platform.


Pick your guitar and control its pickups


Add a pedal effect and explore the different settings


Select an amp and let the music begin

Our story

TonePedia was created with one thing in mind; to enable you guys to test musical instruments online.  Select some gear, choose a playing style, tweak the knobs and let your ears do the job.

Let’s face it, we all are addicted to gear!

We could spend endless hours online or at the shops, checking out what’s new, searching for our sound, and that’s a lot of fun. 
But with today’s growing variety of manufacturers and models from all over the world, it is simply impossible to be exposed to it all under the same roof.  Even if, let’s assume, you have found the one shop that has all the gear you’re interested in, you’re most likely not the only one eager to “turn it to 11,” in other words, it’s probably the noisiest place on earth.

That’s why we created TonePedia, so you can find your tone!

After over a year of tests and research, we have managed to create the most interactive, intuitive and fun gear testing experience for pros and beginners alike. We believe that by listening to audio clips played by the same player, at the exact same tempo and through the exact same recording setup, you can really focus on the most important character of any musical instrument, 
its sound.

To complete the picture, we have also hand selected reviews, videos and photos to go along with all products, so you could make an informed decision when purchasing your next piece of gear.

Last, but definitely not least, TonePedia lets you explore the unknown.

Though there are a lot of brands being sold by shops around the world, there are far more that are simply not. Small workshops, independent luthiers and all sorts of “magic makers” who create some amazing stuff you simply haven't had the chance of listening to. Luckily, we have room for everyone! So explore away, filter for products based on specifications, try our blind mode to avoid being biased by big brand names and you might be surprised with what you’ll find.

Now enough reading, more tweaking, go mess around with gear!