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  1. Blackout Effectors Fuzz Bear

    Blackout Effectors Fuzz Bear

    $195.00
    What’s in a name? Well, Bears appears tame, but cross it, and it will maul your signal within inches of its life. The heart of the circuit is a Tone Bender MkII, and when asked nicely, the Fuzz Bear goes from a great traditional fuzz to a foam-mouthed snarling and spitting noise beast. Learn More

  2. 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

  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 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

  5. DigiTech Mosaic Polyphonic 12-String Effect

    DigiTech Mosaic Polyphonic 12-String Effect

    $149.99
    Wouldn’t it be nice if we could use a 12-string guitar as an effect, rather than a whole new instrument? Well my friend, it is written in the stars; the DigiTech Mosaic has heeded the call. Learn More
  6. DigiTech Polara Reverb

    DigiTech Polara Reverb

    $149.95
    The Polara provides seven reverb types: Room, Plate, Reverse, Modulated, Halo, Hall and Spring, along with knobs for Level, Liveliness and Decay, as well as a Tails switch and true stereo in and out. Learn More
  7. EarthQuaker Devices Afterneath Special Edition

    EarthQuaker Devices Afterneath Special Edition

    $225.00
    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. Learn More
  8. EarthQuaker Devices Palisades Special Edition Colorway

    EarthQuaker Devices Palisades Special Edition Colorway

    $249.95
    The Palisades has written the final chapter in the Tube Screamer codex. It hosts a dizzying array of options, none of which detract from the goal of exhausting the Tube Screamer’s potential. Learn More

  9. Electro Harmonix Bass Soul Food

    Electro Harmonix Bass Soul Food

    $88.35
    Months after the release of the original Soul Food, Mike Matthews of Electro-Harmonix had a look around at the rest of the band. Right then and there, he decided that the bass players were looking a little lean. Chef Matthews headed back into the kitchen, and the Bass Soul Food was born. Learn More

  10. Electro Harmonix C9 Organ Machine

    Electro Harmonix C9 Organ Machine

    $220.30
    The new C9 Organ Machine springboards off the revolutionary B9 to mine another rich vein of classic gold and provide players with nine more definitive organ and keyboard sounds. Learn More

  11. Electro Harmonix Deluxe Electric Mistress XO

    Electro Harmonix Deluxe Electric Mistress XO

    $153.25
    Featuring a paint job patterned after the original's rarest colorway, the Deluxe Electric Mistress XO features all the same bells and whistles as the original while occupying half as much room. And with all the same analog goodness as the original, it's never been easier to have a Mistress around.​ Learn More

  12. Keeley Electronics Phase 24

    Keeley Electronics Phase 24

    $179.00
    The infallible tonesmiths at Keeley Electronics Phase 24 features precision hand-matched JFETs for the warmest phase tones possible, as well as a switch to select two or four stages.The 4-stage setting is the classic Phase 90 tone, perfect for all your Gilmour needs. The 2-stage setting is akin to the classic Phase 45, a more subtle phase that sounds more like a Uni-Vibe than a phaser. Learn More
  13. Mojo Hand FX Magistrate

    Mojo Hand FX Magistrate

    $229.95
    The Magistrate calls the Marshall amplifiers to mind, as it is fully capable of a convincing "brown sound" when dialed in properly, and the three-band EQ definitely functions more like the front end of an amp rather than an effects pedal. Learn More

  14. Mr. Black Thunderclaw

    Mr. Black Thunderclaw

    $179.95
    The Thunderclaw features an active two-band EQ for some serious sound sculpting, as well as a Distort knob with a huge dynamic sweep. There's plenty of volume on tap too, so don't you worry about that. This pedal gets so loud that you may wonder if it's possible to get any louder. Learn More

  15. MXR Custom Shop Il Torino Overdrive CSP033

    MXR Custom Shop Il Torino Overdrive CSP033

    $119.99
    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. Learn More
  16. Park Fuzz Sound

    Park Fuzz Sound

    $175.00
    The good folks at Earthquaker Devices, in collaboration with the newly-resurrected Park Amplification, have faithfully recreated the Park Fuzz Sound so that a new generation may enjoy it. when A/B'd with the original unit, the sounds were strikingly similar. In fact, the staff at PGS was split right down the middle as to which was which. Learn More

  17. Solidgoldfx If 6 Was 9 BC108 Bullion Gold

    Solidgoldfx If 6 Was 9 BC108 Bullion Gold

    $175.00
    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. Learn More

  18. Subdecay Starlight Flanger MKII

    Subdecay Starlight Flanger MKII

    $179.00
    If you've ever had the pleasure of playing any of Subdecay's modulation boxes, then you know that there are none finer. The Starlight Flanger MKII is no exception, as the torch has been passed from V1 to the new and improved MKII. Learn More

  19. Tech 21 Richie Kotzen Fly Rig 5

    Tech 21 Richie Kotzen Fly Rig 5

    $269.00
    The Richie Kotzen Signature RK5 Fly Rig is not simply another version of the Fly Rig 5 with his name screened on it. The RK5 was developed in close collaboration with Richie, whose input was invaluable. Meticulous about every facet of his playing, singing, songwriting and tone, Richie’s attention to the details of this pedal was nothing less. Learn More

  20. Way Huge Electronics Saucy Box

    Way Huge Electronics Saucy Box

    $129.99
    Jeorge Tripps new overdrive creation takes you from buffer and boost to transparent and over-the-top overdrive, the Saucy Box can replace a box full of pedals for the cost of less than one of them. You like-a the sauce? Learn More

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