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  • Wren and Cuff Your Face Smooth Silicon '70s Fuzz

    Wren and Cuff Your Face Smooth Silicon '70s Fuzz

    Inside the YF 70, you'll find two precision-matched silicon devices, not selected because of their historical significance, but because they embody the spirit of the first silicon 'Face that rolled off the line: brash, raw, and silky smooth.
    $189.99
  • Wren and Cuff Your Face '60s Hot Germanium Fuzz

    Wren and Cuff Your Face '60s Hot Germanium Fuzz

    With exceptional attention to detail and quality of components, Wren and Cuff's Your Face '60s brings that classic and always sought after Germanium Fuzz Face to your feet.
    $209.99
  • Wren and Cuff Hangman 2D

    Wren and Cuff Hangman 2D

    Wren and Cuff has unearthed one of the greatest high gain pedals of all time, the Boss HM-2. This jack of all trades circuit has been used by metal bands like Entombed to players like Eric Clapton. Seriously vintage metal tones eminate from this stompbox.
    $249.99
  • Wampler Clarksdale Delta Overdrive

    Wampler Clarksdale Delta Overdrive

    Its namesake, Clarksdale, Mississippi, the official birthplace of delta blues, the Wampler Clarksdale circuit is as timeless as the blues. From smooth and sultry to full and raw, the Clarksdale bring versatililty and attitude.
    $199.97
  • TC Electronic T2 Reverb

    TC Electronic T2 Reverb

    The new T2 is quite the mélange of reverbs; we took everything that people liked about the Ethereal 1 and 2 patches and used them as the blueprint for eight all-new algorithms that will take your guitar to the doorstep of the dark side.
    $159.00
  • TC Electronic Alter Ego 2 Delay

    TC Electronic Alter Ego 2 Delay

    Have you ever wanted a tiny pedal that captures the essence of every delay sound in the history of popular music? We did too. Enter: the TC Electronic Alter Ego 2. The revamped Alter Ego crams every last bit of information from our groundbreaking Alter Ego X4, but in a much smaller format.
    $179.00
  • Subdecay Variac Overdrive

    Subdecay Variac Overdrive

    The team of toneheads at Subdecay have developed a pedal that behaves the way YOU want. You, the player, has control over preamp saturation, power amp saturation (Pentodes), and a switch that switches between two (analog) phase inverter tube simulations—Cathodyne and LTP or "Long Tail Pair."
    $179.00
  • Subdecay Super Spring Theory

    Subdecay Super Spring Theory

    One of the best spring reverb pedals just got even better! Subdecay’s original Spring Theory pedal took a reverb pedal’s design and pared it down until it was nearly as simple as the very spring tank it is derived from.
    $179.00
  • Pigtronix Rototron Rotary Sim

    Pigtronix Rototron Rotary Sim

    The Pigtronix Rototron makes no bones about what it does: it's a Leslie simulator through and through. However, it offers a great deal of fluid control very much akin to ratcheting the levers of an actual Leslie unit.
    $319.00
  • Oddfellow FX Caveman Drive

    Oddfellow FX Caveman Drive

    Newcomer Oddfellow FX might hold the title of rookie, but it swings for the fences like a seasoned veteran. The company itself proclaims a tone hound’s “pursuit [to be] over” upon hearing the Caveman, and after a little time playing it, that’s pretty tough to argue.
    $174.99
  • Mr. Black Dark Echo V2

    Mr. Black Dark Echo V2

    Jack Deville's Dark Echo triumphantly returns. And it's back with a vengeance. The new Dark Echo V2 features all the essentials, mix, time, repeats and sway. It features 450ms of delay time.

    $179.95
  • Keeley White Sands - Luxe Drive

    Keeley White Sands - Luxe Drive

    The White Sands Luxe Drive is a low-gainer's paradise. Much like the name implies, the Elysian tone that springs forth from this sandy beach is a touch gritty, but what grit exists is the purest, most transparent form.
    $199.00
  • Keeley Time Machine Boost

    Keeley Time Machine Boost

    If you’re a player that demands a full-functioned boost experience, take a trip back in time with the Keeley Time Machine Boost—it’s like having four different boosts in one!
    $229.00
  • Keeley Stahlhammer Distortion

    Keeley Stahlhammer Distortion

    The Stahlhammer Distortion was engineered to sound like your amp with white-hot power tubes. No matter what kind of amp you’re playing, from a Silvertone to a Mesa, the Stahlhammer is precision engineered to make your dirt channel dirtier and your clean channel scream with delight.
    $169.00
  • Keeley Sfocato Fuzz Wah

    Keeley Sfocato Fuzz Wah

    Combined fuzz and cocked wah in one stompbox. You can nail those hollow tones made famous in songs like "Money for Nothing" with just one unit. Or, you can just get a wacked out fuzz tone!
    $199.00
  • Keeley Seafoam Chorus

    Keeley Seafoam Chorus

    The Keeley Seafoam chorus is as smooth as its name suggests—smoother, in fact. Your signal is fed through a FET input to an analog chorus circuit that maintains your analog signal throughout while being run by digital components for efficiency. The result is soothing analog chorus tones.
    $229.00
  • Keeley Neutrino Envelope Filter

    Keeley Neutrino Envelope Filter

    The Keeley Neutrino is a classic sounding optocoupler-equipped envelope filter pedal that flat-out leaves the competition in its wake. Imagine an envelope filter that sounds like the juiciest Mu-Tron III in any studio, at one-fifth the size, and you're halfway there.
    $209.00
  • Keeley Magnetic Echo

    Keeley Magnetic Echo

    The Magnetic Echo is based on the PT2399 chip; it’s digital. However, because Robert Keeley is a certified wizard at circuit design, it shouldn’t come as a shock that the Magnetic Echo sounds awesome and unlike other PT2399-based delays out there.
    $189.00
  • JHS Pedals Firefly Fuzz

    JHS Pedals Firefly Fuzz

    By popular demand, JHS has partnered with PGS to extract the right side of the now-discontinued Bun Runner and place it into an individual unit. Germanium fuzz lovers rejoice!
    $199.00
  • Electro Harmonix 360 Nano Looper

    Electro Harmonix 360 Nano Looper

    EHX has heeded the call: finally, a dead-simple looping device with storable presets. And we're talking a sizable amount of presets here: 11 spread across 360 seconds (six minutes).
    $135.00
  • EarthQuaker Devices Cloven Hoof

    EarthQuaker Devices Cloven Hoof

    Earthquaker too their Hoof Fuzz and replaced two ultra-high-gain MPSA13 transistors in the clipping stages for maximum crunch. The result is a much woollier, ballsier tone that will make your amp cry uncle.
    $175.00
  • EarthQuaker Devices Arrows

    EarthQuaker Devices Arrows

    In a world of overdrive this and distortion that, it’s nice to have a pedal that just makes things “sound better.” This is the function of the Arrows. Billed as a “Preamp Booster,” the Arrows cleans up the mess you’ve made before or after it.
    $95.00
  • EarthQuaker Devices Afterneath

    EarthQuaker Devices Afterneath

    It’s rare to find a reverb that doesn’t attempt to emulate a certain device or space. Many manufacturers are bent on coming up another iteration of a spring tank. Earthquaker, however, has created a new reverb that isn’t based on a certain space, but rather on space, the abstract concept.
    $225.00
  • Chase Bliss Audio Wombtone

    Chase Bliss Audio Wombtone

    Do you remember the womb? I imagine this pedal feels like that experience… warm, thick, lush, atmospheric, analog, fluid… you know, womb-like. In short, it’s a super rad phaser.
    $349.99

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