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  1. Alexander Pedals Waveland

    The Waveland is a multi-modulator pedal, delivering three bang-up versions of classic effects in one tiny box. Learn More

  2. Analog Alien Bucket Seat

    The circuit is based on a Marshall-style preamp with its own unique sound to make it an excptional-sounding Marshall-style unit. Learn More

  3. Analog Alien Joe Walsh Double Classic

    It combines two effects Joe actually uses when he's playing in his studio—a high-quality compressor and a vintage amplifier. Learn More

  4. Catalinbread Adineko Oil Can Delay

    A lovely digital take on the antiquated oil can delay, that will serve as an engine for your creativity. Learn More

  5. Catalinbread Katzenkönig

    The circuit itself is a hybrid—part rodent, part Tone Bender MKII—the ultimate combination of raw gain and harmonic saturation. In short: One hell of a dirt box. Learn More

  6. Darkglass Electronics Super Symmetry

    The SuperSymmetry oozes class, just like all the other Darkglass pedals, and establishes itself as the premier boutique bass compressor. Learn More
  7. Diamond Comp Jr.

    Diamond has taken everything from the Compressor and stuffed it into the Comp Jr. Learn More

  8. Digitech Ventura Vibe

    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

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

    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

  10. Dwarfcraft Devices Minivan Echo

    The new Minivan delay blows the lid off this old delay circuit. Previously, pedal makers thought of the PT2399 as only having one range, and limitations in the surrounding circuit kept the delay in the “good sounding” range. Learn More
  11. Dwarfcraft Devices Paraloop

    When Dwarfcraft makes a utility box, you know it's going to be the most full-featured box that even the most adventurous sonic spelunkers would have a hard time complaining about. With that said, enter: The Paraloop. Learn More

  12. Dwarfcraft Devices Silver Rose V2

    Dwarfcraft's Silver Rose has been a long time in the making, and for good reason—this thing's a monster! Apart from its bypass switch, there are nine knobs and four toggles. Learn More

  13. Dwarfcraft Devices Wizard of Pitch

    The idea was simple: Dwarfcraft takes its own Pitchgrinder pedal and chops it down into a diminutive size and add a Mix control. Mission: Accomplished. Learn More

  14. EarthQuaker Devices Acapulco Gold

    The Acapulco Gold is an original power-amp distortion circuit from our friends at EarthQuaker Devices that's based on a dimed Sunn Model T. Learn More

  15. Electro Harmonix Cock Fight

    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
  16. Electro Harmonix Crash Pad

    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

  17. Fairfield Circuitry Modèle B

    This tiny always-on design is a boon for those players trying to cram as many pedals onto a board as possible. Learn More

  18. Fender Custom Shop Lineage Black Stratocaster Pickups

    These Fender custom-wound vintage-style pickups will transform any mild-mannered guitar into a custom shop-level axe. Learn More
  19. Function f(x) Clusterfuzz

    Five knobs and one toggle switch adorn the face of the Clusterfuzz, and the options abound. The knobs are extremely interactive, and adjusting them leads to the entire gamut of dirt sounds from light crystalline chime to "hey, I think your amp is about to explode" fuzz tones. Learn More

  20. Function f(x) The Third Rail

    Function f(x) have gone above and beyond the call of duty to bring us The Third Rail, an exceptionally sweet sounding dual-channel OD with some tricks up its sleeve. Learn More

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