The If 6 Was 9 is a modern interpretation of the classic late 60's, early 70's, Fuzz Face circuit with a few updates and modifications. This BC108CS version features a pair of hand selected, new old stock BC108 silicon transistors that offer flatter mids and a little more edge and bite.
The Xotic AC Comp is the latest from the Xotic Custom Shop. Take an AC Booster, add a 3-way compression switch, two internal dip switches, and a shiny new enclosure and the Xotic AC Comp bursts forth with a new range of tones for your playing pleasure.
The MXR Script Phase 90 is a recreation of the original script logo pedal that made the phaser an effect to remember. The latest version of the MXR Script Phase 90 features an LED and a power jack as well as that sweet, sweet tone.
Undoubtedly, MXR has taken then next step in the hallowed Dyna Comp series, feature-wise. But the sound should be the player’s reason to rejoice. It’s everything you ever liked about the Dyna Comp but with none of the detractors. Simply put, it’s the next step in the Dyna Comp timeline.
With three switches for Fuzz, Drive and Boost, it's the ultimate weekend warrior pedal. The Fuzz side is based on a vintage '70s silicon fuzz, with an internal bias control for all the spitty, raspy fuzz a player could ever desire.
The MXR Custom Shop Phase 99 opens up the sonic palette of the iconic Phase 90 by combining two phase circuits into a single Phase 90-sized housing. Separate rate controls for each circuit allow you to create intense complex phasing.
For more than 20 years, the MXR Micro Amp has been a staple among the world’s top artists because of its ability to boost and sweeten up your guitar or bass tone and drive the front of your amp. The MXR Custom Shop team has combined those features with a specially-tuned EQ section a... read more
The MXR Custom Comp is a truly astounding compressor pedal, a pedal that takes the best compressor technologies of the past and present and fuses them into a standout pedal. The centerpiece of MXR Custom Comp is the rare and somewhat legendary CA3080 "metal can" IC.
Designed entirely by Carlo Sorasio, owner and engineer of Laa-Custom, an amp and effects company. With so much attention to detail going into the Laa-Custom catalog, a collaboration with MXR can only mean good things. Well, they nailed it.