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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. Boss RC-1 Looper

    Boss RC-1 Looper

    $129.00
    Simplicity is paramount for modern guitar loopers and the RC-1 provides just that. Just one knob for level, the pedal is dead simple. Boss had the ingenuity to include an LED to count down the loop for increased accuracy in looping. Learn More

  3. Catalinbread Belle Epoch Japanese Ltd.

    Catalinbread Belle Epoch Japanese Ltd.

    $199.99
    The Japanese Belle Epoch is extremely limited and features a slight performance enhancement as well as one of the coolest paint jobs we have seen in quite some time. The pedal boasts a red metal flake finish and a slightly longer delay time than a standard Belle Epoch. Learn More
  4. Catalinbread Galileo MKII

    Catalinbread Galileo MKII

    $159.99
    The second version of Catalinbread's Galileo comes with every bit of that souped up Vox tone as the original, but in a smaller enclosure. Designed to be just like rangemaster style circuit hitting the front end of an AC30, this IS Brian May in a box. Learn More

  5. Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra

    Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra

    $169.99
    Inspired by Iommi's Laney Supergroup amps and Rangemaster treble booster, the Sabbra Cadabra may well be the final word in nailing Iommi's tone from the foundation rather than the aftereffects Learn More

  6. Darkglass Electronics Duality Dual Fuzz Engine

    Darkglass Electronics Duality Dual Fuzz Engine

    $249.00
    Like the name suggests, the Darkglass Duality is actually two fuzz circuits in one. One side of the circuit is an awesome sounding "sawtooth-wave" type fuzz, while the other side is a much higher gain fuzz. Learn More

  7. Darkglass Electronics Vintage Microtubes

    Darkglass Electronics Vintage Microtubes

    $249.00
    The Darkglass Vintage Microtubes combines the richness of the Microtubes line with an affinity for all things vintage—like old tube amps and reel-to-reel recorders. Meant to emulate old tube amps and tape saturation, a pleasant amount of compression is inherent within the Vintage Microtubes. Learn More

  8. 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

  9. 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

  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 Pitch Fork

    Electro Harmonix Pitch Fork

    $131.00
    A game-changer if there ever was one, the Pitch Fork allows players the ability to shift up or down at one of seven intervals (minor 2nd, major 2nd, major 3rd, perfect 4th, perfect 5th, major 6th and minor 7th) as well as one, two or three (!!!) octaves, and a Detune mode. Learn More
  12. J. Rockett Audio Designs Archer

    J. Rockett Audio Designs Archer

    $179.00
    The J. Rockett Archer delivers the authentic Klon experience in a tiny form factor—even smaller than the rest of the Rockett line—with top mounted jacks. For those of you that cannot justify (or simply accommodate) a large enclosure for a buffer and overdrive, Rockett has heeded the call. Learn More
  13. JHS Pedals Alpine Reverb

    JHS Pedals Alpine Reverb

    $249.00
    Behold: the Alpine, the first reverb pedal from JHS. After making several other effect types, JHS has turned its sights on the last remaining effect. JHS doesn’t skimp on features and quality—you should know that by now—and the Alpine is no exception. Learn More

  14. JHS Pedals Twin Twelve

    JHS Pedals Twin Twelve

    $199.00
    The Silvertone brand, originally sold by Sears in department stores, used to be a pawn shop special. The amps used to be so common in hawk shops, they may as well have been considered currency. At the center of the Venn diagram for cost, sound, reliability and portability lies the Twin Twelve from JHS. Learn More

  15. Keeley Electronics All Germanium Black Glass OC44

    Keeley Electronics All Germanium Black Glass OC44

    $399.00
    The Black Glass OC44 is the finest British fuzz on the market, period. Each unit contains one unbelievably rare OC44 and two rare mil-spec CV7003 transistors finely tuned to deliver maximum fuzz. And when these are gone, that's it. No more, ever. Learn More
  16. Keeley Electronics Bassist Compressor

    Keeley Electronics Bassist Compressor

    $199.00
    It's only fitting that the next step of pedal compressors is brought to is by Keeley, whose name is synonymous with the effect. The heart of the Limiting Amplifier is the THAT 4320, an ultra high-fidelity integrated circuit that helps give the Limiting Amplifier a bandwidth of 20kHz. This means that no audible frequencies will be omitted. Learn More

  17. Keeley Electronics GC-2 Limiting Amplifier

    Keeley Electronics GC-2 Limiting Amplifier

    $199.00
    It's only fitting that the next step of pedal compressors is brought to is by Keeley, whose name is synonymous with the effect. The heart of the Limiting Amplifier is the THAT 4320, an ultra high-fidelity integrated circuit that helps give the Limiting Amplifier a bandwidth of 20kHz. This means that no audible frequencies will be omitted. Learn More
  18. 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

  19. Keeley Electronics Silver Bullet CV7003

    Keeley Electronics Silver Bullet CV7003

    $199.00
    The Silver Bullet is one of the finest British fuzzes on the market, period. Each Silver Bullet contains one extremely rare mil-spec CV7003 and two silicon transistors finely tuned to deliver maximum fuzz. And when these are gone, that's it. No more, ever. Learn More

  20. Korg SDD-3000 Programmable Digital Delay

    Korg SDD-3000 Programmable Digital Delay

    $399.00
    Designed in collaboration with Dallas Schoo of U2 fame, the SDD-3000 PEDAL packs all of the SDD-3000's functionality into a convenient pedal unit. Featuring a pre-amp with ample headroom, a filter circuit that modifies the feedback sound, and modulation waveforms that allow a diverse array of delay effects, it covers all of the SDD-3000's important elements. Learn More

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