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  • ARC Effects Big Green

    ARC Effects Big Green

    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.
    $180.00
  • ARC Effects Crimson King

    ARC Effects Crimson King

    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.
    $180.00
  • ARC Effects Gamut

    ARC Effects Gamut

    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.
    $180.00
  • ARC Effects Klone V2

    ARC Effects Klone V2

    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.
    $190.00
  • ARC Effects Soothsayer

    ARC Effects Soothsayer

    the Soothsayer uses a real-deal new-old-stock LM308 chip—the same one used in the original "whiteface" units that are worth an arm and a leg today. However, basic topology and IC are where the similarities diverge between the garden-variety rodent and the Soothsayer.
    $180.00
  • Catalinbread Galileo MKII

    Catalinbread Galileo MKII

    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.
    $159.99
  • Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra

    Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra

    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
    $169.99
  • Chase Bliss Audio Warped Vinyl

    Chase Bliss Audio Warped Vinyl

    At its core, this pedal simulates the effect of a warped vinyl record, but in reality, that is only scratching the surface of what it can do.
    $349.99
  • Chase Bliss Audio Wombtone

    Chase Bliss Audio Wombtone

    Do you remember the womb? I imagine this pedal feels like that experience… warm, thick, lush, atmospheric, analog, fluid… you know, womb-like. In short, it’s a super rad phaser.
    $349.99
  • Death by Audio Ghost Delay

    Death by Audio Ghost Delay

    The Death by Audio Ghost Delay features three separate delay circuits cascading into one another, with Time and Feedback controls for each. There is a rotary switch on the right side of the pedal that lets the player choose how many delays are in effect and cascading.
    $250.00
  • Death by Audio Reverberation Machine

    Death by Audio Reverberation Machine

    With knobs such as the Verb knob that goes to 125 percent (!!!) and an "Altitude" knob, the Reverberation Machine can do the subtle verb that is oh so important to any setup, but can also deliver huge swaths of jagged resonance that could easily define a "signature sound."
    $200.00
  • DigiTech Luxe

    DigiTech Luxe

    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, wit... read more
    $149.95
  • DigiTech The Drop

    DigiTech The Drop

    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.
    $179.95
  • EarthQuaker Devices Afterneath

    EarthQuaker Devices Afterneath

    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.
    $225.00
  • EarthQuaker Devices Arrows

    EarthQuaker Devices Arrows

    In a world of overdrive this and distortion that, it’s nice to have a pedal that just makes things “sound better.” This is the function of the Arrows. Billed as a “Preamp Booster,” the Arrows cleans up the mess you’ve made before or after it.
    $95.00
  • EarthQuaker Devices Cloven Hoof

    EarthQuaker Devices Cloven Hoof

    Earthquaker too their Hoof Fuzz and replaced two ultra-high-gain MPSA13 transistors in the clipping stages for maximum crunch. The result is a much woollier, ballsier tone that will make your amp cry uncle.
    $175.00
  • EarthQuaker Devices Grand Orbiter V2

    EarthQuaker Devices Grand Orbiter V2

    The Grand Orbitor V2 improves on the already ultra-cool phase machine by giving it a smaller footprint, a LFO kill mode and a new LED that show tempo even when in bypass.
    $195.00
  • Earthquaker Devices Palisades

    Earthquaker Devices Palisades

    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.
    $249.95
  • Electro Harmonix B9 Organ Machine

    Electro Harmonix B9 Organ Machine

    With 9 presets that were finely tuned to emulate the most legendary organs from the ‘60s and beyond, the B9 Organ Machine will transform your guitar or keyboard.
    $220.30
  • Fairfield Circuitry Accountant Compressor

    Fairfield Circuitry Accountant Compressor

    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.
    $150.00
  • Fairfield Circuitry Meet Maude Analog Delay

    Fairfield Circuitry Meet Maude Analog Delay

    The latest in analog delay tech from the land of the Quebecois, Meet Maude delivers 50–500ms of warm, gooey delay time with a level of control one has come to expect from Fairfield.
    $300.00
  • JHS Colour Box

    JHS Colour Box

    JHS has gone to great lengths to bring the color and character of a real vintage console to your feet or desktop.
    $399.00
  • JHS Pedals Firefly Fuzz

    JHS Pedals Firefly Fuzz

    By popular demand, JHS has partnered with PGS to extract the right side of the now-discontinued Bun Runner and place it into an individual unit. Germanium fuzz lovers rejoice!
    $199.00
  • Keeley Sfocato Fuzz Wah

    Keeley Sfocato Fuzz Wah

    Combined fuzz and cocked wah in one stompbox. You can nail those hollow tones made famous in songs like "Money for Nothing" with just one unit. Or, you can just get a wacked out fuzz tone!
    $199.00

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