Effects Pedals

Effects Pedals

  1. MXR M120 Auto Q Envelope Filter

    MXR M120 Auto Q Envelope Filter


    Get traditional envelope filter and auto wah sounds or blend in the gorgeous shimmer effect for a totally new sound.

    Use the Decay control to keep staccato lines funky while adding a hypnotic throb to sustained parts. One of the funkiest effects around, the Auto Q will add incredible texture and vibe to your playing. This box provides all the traditional envelope filter and auto wah sounds, but it doesn't stop there.

    You can also blend in the Auto Q's gorgeous shimmer effect for a totally new sound. With the Decay control, you can determine when the shimmer effect comes in, leaving, for example, staccato lines funky while adding a hypnotic throb to sustained parts.

    The Auto Q features rubberized, nonslip knobs for quick, on-the-fly adjustments.

  2. MXR M104 Distortion +

    MXR M104 Distortion +


    Germanium-powered, soft-clipped distortion.

    Classic 70s distortion. The tone that made Randy Rhoads famous.

    This little yellow box is responsible for those great distortion sounds heard on so many classic recordings. Set the Distortion control low and crank the Output knob to drive the front end of your amp for cool blues tones, or max out the Distortion knob for the tone that made Randy Rhoads famous.

    There still isn't any distortion unit on the market that sounds like the Distortion+.

  3. MXR M173 Sicone Fuzz Classic 108

    MXR M173 Sicone Fuzz Classic 108


    Rich, warm analog tone.

    Late '60s/early '70s crunch. The guts of our BC-108-loaded Fuzz Face in a more pedal-board friendly shape. Guitarists of all styles will dig the familiar late-Sixties/ early-Seventies crunch delivered by the new MXR Classic 108 Fuzz.

    We've taken the guts of our BC-108 loaded Fuzz Face, placed them in a more pedal-board friendly shape, and added the modern conveniences of a battery door, optional AC operation, and true bypass with LED.

    The Buffer switch eliminates the audible oscillation caused when some wah-wahs are placed in front of a Fuzz Face. The Classic 108 Fuzz comes in a heavy-duty Phase 100-sized box with a sweet hammertone turquoise finish.

  4. MXR M117 Flanger

    MXR M117 Flanger


    Create wild sounds from jet plane takeoffs, vibrato, cool space effects and short delay!

     A staple of 70's rock and funk. The MXR Flanger creates a variety of wild sounds from dynamic jet plane or cool space effects to short delay, chorus and vibrato.

    Back off Width to zero to disengage auto-sweep, then use the Manual knob to physically place the effect anywhere along the frequency spectrum; use with guitar, bass, keyboards or vocals!

  5. MXR M135 Smart Gate

    MXR M135 Smart Gate


    Tame your hissing high-gain amp or silence your string of stompboxes with this ingenious pedal.

    The Smart Gate is equipped with three selectable types of noise reduction to handle virtually any type of signal. It bites down on sizzle and hum but lets the smallest detail of your playing through.

    With its uncanny ability to sense precisely when—and how fast—to engage, this little genius will never get in your way, so you can wring every last bit of sustain out of that chord without being cut off.

    The M135 features a hardwire bypass, precise threshold trigger, and amazingly clean circuitry.

  6. MXR M133 Miro Amp

    MXR M133 Miro Amp


     Boost your signal for lead work.

    Perfect for switching between guitars with unmatched output. Adding a preset amount of gain with just a single control, the Micro Amp is a great way to boost your signal for lead work or adjust between two different guitars with unmatched output (i.e. humbuckers to single-coils).

    It can also provide a permanent boost in a long effects chain where signal drop off is a problem.

  7. MXR M169 Carbon Copy Analog Delay

    MXR M169 Carbon Copy Analog Delay


    Takes you from crisp "bathroom" slap echoes to epic, Gilmour-esque delays.

    Completely analog audio path is made possible by old-school bucket brigade technology. Go from crisp "bathroom" slap echoes to epic, Gilmouresque delays with the MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay.

    Featuring 600ms of delay time with optional modulation, and a three-knob layout that controls Delay, Mix, and Regen. In addition, there are two internal trim pots that offer user-adjustable width and rate control of the modulation for even more tonal options

    . All done by a completely analog audio path for authentic rich, warm analog delay—made possible only by old-school analog bucket brigade technology.

  8. Dunlop EVH95 Eddie Van Halen Signature Wah

    Dunlop EVH95 Eddie Van Halen Signature Wah


    Designed in collaboration with Eddie Van Halen. Custom designed inductor & potentiometer. Modeled after Eddie's “Holy Grail” custom Cry Baby.. EVH95 Signature Wah The EVH Wah was developed after intensive design collaboration with the legendary guitarist, Eddie Van Halen. Early on in the process, Eddie handed over his “Holy Grail” Cry Baby—a standard Cry Baby customized in the early Nineties with a more vocal-like, High Q inductor and a wider frequency sweep. Amazingly, we found that over the years Eddie’s unique wah style, which uses mostly the middle range of the pedal’s action, had carved his own curve into the pot’s resistive element, making the middle range even more defined and increased the low-end sweep. Our clones of the worn-in pot and hand-selected inductor give the new EVH Wah Wah the same “Holy Grail” feel and tone, and its true hardwire bypass, dual bright blue bypass LEDs, and graphics based on the black and yellow-striped guitar featured on Van Halen II round out this EVH-approved Cry Baby with a voice and look all its own.
  9. Dunlop KH95 Kirk Hammett Wah

    Dunlop KH95 Kirk Hammett Wah


    Kirk Hammett's legendary wah-wah tone. Thick top end and full dynamic range. Kirk Hammett inspired graphics and tread. Now you can command the same killer wah tone as Kirk with the new Kirk Hammett Signature Wah. Developed in close collaboration with the metal guitar icon himself, it has been meticulously tuned and tweaked to deliver the wah-wah sound that revolutionized metal solos in the '80s and for all time to come. This is the legendary tone that Kirk dials in on tour, using his DCR1SR Cry Baby Rack Wah. Dunlop's engineers took Kirk's EQ, volume and tone settings—reflecting decades of blazing Cry Baby riffology—and reproduced them with exacting precision. The Kirk Hammett Wah is exceptionally even in response as you move from heel to toe, with a thick top end and full dynamic range. Dare to step into the footprint of a giant.
  10. Boss TE-2 Tera Echo

    Boss TE-2 Tera Echo


    TE-2: Tera Echo

    Make Your Playing Soar with Majestic Ambience

    Powered by Multi-Dimensional Processing technology (MDP), the TE-2 Tera Echo produces a dynamic new stereo ambience effect that goes far beyond traditional delay and reverb.

    Next-generation BOSS compact pedal with innovative Multi-Dimensional Processing, realized with proprietary technology and custom DSP

    Rich, spacious echo and ambience effects

    Dramatically enhances the direct tone, but never overwhelms it

    Freeze function holds the ambient sound for lead backing and sound effects

    Ultra-responsive to volume changes and playing dynamics

    Wide range of sound adjustment with simple controls

    Mono/stereo input and output

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