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  1. Demeter OD-1 Over Drivulator Overdrive Pedal

    USED Demeter OD-1 Over Drivulator Overdrive Pedal

    Regular Price: $194.95

    Special Price: $119.00

    The Demeter OD-1 Over Drivulator Overdrive Pedal is a high quality overdrive designed to give the guitarist a clear, clean overdrive that doesn't color your tone. Check out the Demeter OD-1 Over Drivulator Overdrive Pedal. Learn More

  2. Demeter TRM-1 Tremulator

    Demeter TRM-1 Tremulator

    $199.99
    The Demeter Tremulator is vactrol-based, which means pristine waveforms emanate from the Tremulator. The waveform used is a rounded triangle wave—not quite a sine wave—to give the Tremulator its signature lopsided amplitude modulation that sounds exactly like an old Fender vibrato channel. Learn More

  3. Demeter STRM-1 Stereo Tremulator

    Demeter STRM-1 Stereo Tremulator

    $309.99
    The Stereo Tremulator is the first big update to the circuit since James Demeter designed it for Ry Cooder back in the '80s. Before recently, the circuit remained untouched as the emperor of amp-like tremolo in a pedal. Learn More

  4. Demeter FUZ-1 Fuzzulator

    Demeter FUZ-1 Fuzzulator

    $219.99
    The Fuzzulator utilizes a circuit within a circuit, which Demeter calls the Tone Pre-Emphasis circuit, which emphasizes certain frequencies to help the fuzz cut like a knife. This pedal, like the OverDrivulator, is equipped with a Tight-Loose switch that changes the clipping stack. Learn More

  5. Demeter DRV-1 OverDriveulator

    Demeter DRV-1 OverDriveulator

    $199.99
    The Demeter OverDriveulator is as much of a modern classic as any boutique pedal out there today. James Demeter started the company over 30 years ago and this is one of his designs from way back when, back before both pedal booms of the ‘80s and ‘00s. Learn More

  6. Demeter COMP-1 Opto Compulator

    Demeter COMP-1 Opto Compulator

    $229.99
    Its simple operation underscores its incredible sound. It hearkens back to studio compressors of the ‘60s and ‘70s—thick, warm and chewy. The pedal offers 30dB of gain reduction and has an internal trimpot to control the gain of the compressor’s preamp. This helps players with hot pickups fine-tune the pedal for optimal results. Learn More

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