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  1. ARC Effects Big Green

    ARC Effects Big Green

    $180.00
    With its color, name and size, the ARC Effects Big Green makes no bones about the pedal to which it pays homage. The only thing missing on the face of the pedal is some Cyrillic. Learn More

  2. ARC Effects Crimson King

    ARC Effects Crimson King

    $180.00
    At the heart of the Crimson beast are three precision-matched germanium devices, made as a more modern take on one of the unsung heroes of the vintage fuzz world: the Baldwin Burns Buzzaround. Learn More

  3. ARC Effects Gamut

    ARC Effects Gamut

    $180.00
    No expense was spared in the construction of the Gamut, ARC effects' take on a classic treble booster circuit with germanium transistors and NOS paper-in-oil capacitors. Learn More

  4. ARC Effects Klone V2

    ARC Effects Klone V2

    $190.00
    As far as the sound is concerned, imagine the sweetest, most transparent overdrive on the market. The sound of the Klon needs no introduction and thus, neither does the Klone V2. It's voiced so accurately that one would be hard pressed to tell the difference between the Klone V2 and the real deal. Learn More
  5. Black Arts Toneworks Black Sheep

    Black Arts Toneworks Black Sheep

    $162.99
    Black Arts has taken the Bee Baa circuit under the microscope and knife and has done a great job giving the circuit a much-needed facelift. Learn More

  6. Black Arts Toneworks Destroyer

    Black Arts Toneworks Destroyer

    $162.99
    With two switches and just one knob, the Destroyer does one thing very well. It simply destroys. Learn More

  7. Black Arts Toneworks Quantum Mystic

    Black Arts Toneworks Quantum Mystic

    $162.99
    Developed as a joint effort between Black Arts Toneworks and Mike Scheidt of the band YOB, from right here in Portland, Oregon. Learn More

  8. DigiTech Luxe

    DigiTech Luxe

    $149.95
    The Digitech Luxe captures all the rich defying capabilities of the Whammy series in a relatively small enclosure. It features a knob to control the mix of the effect, as well as an unprecedented knob to control the range of detuning, allowing either positive or negative detuning, with 12 o'clock being neutral. Learn More
  9. DigiTech The Drop

    DigiTech The Drop

    $179.95
    The Digitech Drop is the first of its kind: a drop-tuning device in an ultra-compact enclosure. No longer to players need to dedicate a sizeable chunk of pedalboard space for this effect. The Drop occupies no less space than a Hardwire pedal. Learn More

  10. Dunlop Clyde McCoy Crybaby Wah

    Dunlop Clyde McCoy Crybaby Wah

    $199.99
    The Clyde McCoy® by Cry Baby® Wah Wah is a tribute to the first production wah wah ever made. This modernized classic captures the throaty voice and expressive sweep of the original while offering gigging players the consistency and convenience they need on the road. Learn More

  11. Dunlop EP101 Echoplex Preamp

    Dunlop EP101 Echoplex Preamp

    $119.99
    Dunlop's EP101 Echoplex Preamp brings you the coveted front end of the Echoplex EP-3, allowing you +11dB boost plus all the secret sauce from the original circuit. Learn More

  12. Electro Harmonix EHX Tortion

    Electro Harmonix EHX Tortion

    $178.95
    Our flagship overdrive/distortion covers vast tonal real estate and redefines versatility. Like a database of great tone, the EHX TORTION’s full complement of features and controls make dialing in inspired guitar sound intuitive. Learn More

  13. Fairfield Circuitry Accountant Compressor

    Fairfield Circuitry Accountant Compressor

    $150.00
    Just like it sounds, the Accountant from Fairfield Circuitry takes care of business. If there's any kind of input to be parsed, the Accountant will crunch it. He keeps your entire outfit streamlined and in good standing. Learn More

  14. Mad Professor Simble Overdrive

    Mad Professor Simble Overdrive

    $189.00
    The Simble bridges the gap between you and the 40,000-dollar amp of your dreams. The next step toward tonal finality has arrived. Learn More
  15. Mr. Black Eterna Gold Modified Reverb

    Mr. Black Eterna Gold Modified Reverb

    $179.95
    The Eterna Gold-Modified expands traditional shimmer methods and combines them to create its signature breath-taking, multi-vocal shimmering-reverb tone.  A grand total of four octaves, coupled with a full wet/dry mix control, all-new modulation, early reflections, forward reverb voicing, and over 60 seconds of lush decay, offer all new textures and tones not easily achieved in a compact format. Learn More
  16. MXR CSP032 Dimebag Custom Shop Wah -  Auto-Return

    MXR CSP032 Dimebag Custom Shop Wah - Auto-Return

    $159.99
    A hot-rodded auto-return version wah with an extended sweep for more lows and highs, a side-mounted 5-way frequency selector, and a kick-in boost with LED indicators. Learn More

  17. Subdecay Variac Overdrive

    Subdecay Variac Overdrive

    $179.00
    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." Learn More

  18. TC Electronic Flashback Mini Delay

    TC Electronic Flashback Mini Delay

    $119.99
    TC Electronic took all that you know and love about their delay sounds and poured it into a footprint too good to be true. If you are looking for a versatile, compact delay for your board, look no further! Learn More

  19. Way Huge Swollen Pickle Jumbo Fuzz Dirty Donny Edition

    Way Huge Swollen Pickle Jumbo Fuzz Dirty Donny Edition

    $149.99
    Same high-gain fuzz as the full-sized Swollen Pickle in a smaller package. Learn More

  20. Wilson Effects Mycelium

    Wilson Effects Mycelium

    $180.00
    Taking its inspiration from the strange Snarling Dogs Mold Spore Wah, the Wilson Effect Mycelium features everything in that pedal EXCEPT the wah part. That's ok, the wah part was average at best, but the real meat-and-potatoes of the circuit is the wacked-out ring modulator that exists therein. Learn More

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