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  1. Alexander Pedals Jubilee Silver Overdrive

    $189.99
    The new Jubilee Silver Overdrive from Alexander Pedals makes no bones about its inspiration—The Jubilee distills this tone of a super-rare 2555 Marshall Silver Jubilee amp. Learn More

  2. Alexander Pedals La Calavera

    $189.99
    This lush phaser doesn’t just have one knob for speed, that’s just not the Alexander way: four knobs and three modes that are drastically different from one another. One’s called “Loco.” Giddy up. Learn More

  3. Catalinbread Belle Epoch Sea Foam Green

    $199.99
    Catalinbread’s Belle Epoch might be the world’s most authentic tape echo pedal, modeled on the famous Echoplex EP-3—the legendary delay used by guitar heroes across the decades. Learn More

  4. Catalinbread Dirty Little Secret Purple Levant

    $169.99
    Catalinbread has a whole new Dirty Little Secret. The MKIII has the authentic, harmonic crunch of a classic Super Lead you need for the foundation of your sound, or flip a switch for the sound of a Marshall Super Bass. Let it be your Dirty Little Secret. Learn More

  5. Digitech Ventura Vibe

    $149.95
    The Ventura leaves no stone unturned in its quest for pristine vibe sounds, and it features three modes to help you on your journey: Vintage, Modern and Rotary. Learn More

  6. Dunlop Band of Gypsys Fuzz Face Mini - Chrome Limited

    $119.99
    This highly limited chrome-finished box doesn’t house a typical FF-style circuit; there are far more components. A Fuzz Face, it ain’t. What it is, is a pitch-perfect recreation of Jimi’s Octavio without the upper octave. It’s a biting, creamy fuzz that sounds perfectly and sublimely unique. Learn More

  7. Electro Harmonix Cock Fight

    $111.71
    The Cock Fight, from Electro-Harmonix offers up a full-featured cocked wah in a box that delivers juicy "talking wah" sounds and a slew of other features, including expression control and a built-in classic fuzz circuit to really open the pedal up. Learn More

  8. Electro Harmonix Crash Pad

    $117.50
    The Crash Pad is a self-described "electronic crash drum," but what that really means is that it can make all sorts of sounds from snare drums, hi hats, the eponymous crash cymbal and any kind of outer-space alien calls you can dream of. Learn More

  9. Electro Harmonix Lester K

    $178.00
    Fear no longer, Leslie seekers. Electro-Harmonix has heeded the call of the rotating speaker, and now you, the player, stand to benefit. Learn More

  10. Electro Harmonix Super Space Drum

    $117.50
    A faithful recreation of Electro-Harmonix’s original Super Space Drum, the reissue remains true to the core circuit of the original whacked-out drum pad. Learn More

  11. FuzzHugger Doom Bloom

    $179.00
    This updated take on Fuzzhugger's Algal Bloom pedal might very well be the finest stoner rock pedal on the market, and like all Fuzzhugger pedals, the Doom Bloom doesn't skimp on the options, and as such, there are hundreds of sounds in here. Learn More

  12. FuzzHugger Sonic Shroom

    $165.00
    The FuzzHugger Sonic Shroom is a multi-function fuzz box that delivers loads of searing gain that is shapeable and controllable via the Trip knob. Learn More

  13. JHS The Crayon

    $199.00
    The Crayon strips away the preamp function of the Colour Box and leaves the juicy "direct-in" console distortion circuit that users craved. Learn More

  14. Keeley Electronics Abbey Chamber Verb

    $149.00
    Rather than a generic filter, the Abbey incorporates reproductions of the actual RS106, RS127 and RS135 filters used in the EMI studio. Learn More

  15. Keeley Electronics Gold Star Reverb

    $179.00
    The Gold Star reverb contains three Wall of Sound-esque modes that cam be manipulated far beyond the studio's original parameters. Learn More

  16. Keeley Electronics Multi Echo ME-8

    $199.00
    The Keeley Multi Echo certainly earns its namesake, offering up a whole slew of algorithms in one compact box. Learn More

  17. MXR M76 Studio Compressor

    $189.99
    This compact box houses a compression circuit that sounds like it should be in a giant rackmountable box filled with tubes. Learn More

  18. Shoe Pedals Frog

    $175.00
    The Frog is a classic sounding differential-pair octave up effect with a twist: A Gain knob controls just how much psychedelia you’d like. Learn More

  19. Shoe Pedals Pixel

    $185.00
    The Pixel began its life as an oscillating fuzz but has since been refined several times, and now in its most refined form, it’s a gated fuzz with a bunch of tricks up its sleeve. One such trick is that this thing kicks some serious ass on bass. Learn More

  20. Shoe Pedals Robert

    $150.00
    Shoe’s Robert is a fuzzy overdrive, named for a certain guitar player of King Crmson whose tone was simple, yet refined. Learn More

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