Synth Pedals

16 Item(s)

per page

Grid  List 

Set Ascending Direction
  1. WMD Geiger Counter - Preamp Distortion

    The WMD Geiger Counter is here and your dreams of creating signal destroying, otherworldly distortion effects are now realized. If you love pedals that go where no pedal has gone before, try the WMD Geiger Counter. Learn More

  2. Red Panda Lab Bitmap

    Only a handful of pedals out there do bit reduction, and nearly all of them are built in small batches and impossible to get ahold of. Enter: the Bitmap from our friends at Red Panda Lab. Learn More

  3. Electro Harmonix Superego Synth Engine

    The Electro Harmonix Superego redefines sample and hold as well as creating glissandos and oscillator effects. Reinvent your sound with the Electro Harmonix Superego, the next evolution in guitar synth effects. Learn More

  4. Electro Harmonix Ring Thing Sideband Modulator

    The Electro Harmonix Ring Thing Sideband Modulator is a four mode modulation device that allows you to use frequency or pitch shift modulation. The Electro Harmonix Ring Thing Sideband Modulator also can be used with an expression pedal. Learn More

  5. Electro Harmonix Ravish

    The Ravish Sitar from Electro-Harmonix distills the essence of the sitar into a compact enclosure, serving up a polyphonic lead voice and tunable sympathetic string drones that dramatically react to your playing. Learn More

  6. Electro Harmonix Micro Synthesizer Pedal


    The reissued Micro Synthesizer Pedal for guitar lets guitarists produce vintage analog synthesizer sounds such as those generated by those great early Moog synthesizers. Learn More

  7. Electro Harmonix Mel9

    The Mel9 seeks to emulate a single element in music history for which guitarists have been clamoring for decades. That element is the Mellotron. Learn More

  8. Electro Harmonix Lester G

    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

  9. Electro Harmonix Key9

    Electro-Harmonix, continuing its groundbreaking 9 series, gives unto the guitar community the Key9 electric piano machine. Learn More

  10. Electro Harmonix Clockworks Rhythm Generator/Synthesizer

    Clockworks is a faithful reissue of the classic pedal made by Electro-Harmonix in the 1970s. It can be used as a master clock for sequencers and drum machines, and to trigger electronic percussion products like the EHX Crash Pad classic drum synth. Learn More

  11. Electro Harmonix Bass Micro Synthesizer Pedal

    The Electro-Harmonix Bass Micro Synthesizer Pedal gives you all the classic bass synth sounds made famous by Bootsy and Chemical Bros. The best on the market, check out the Electro Harmonix Bass Micro Synth. OS Learn More

  12. 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. Learn More

  13. Dwarfcraft Devices Hax Ring Mod

    The Dwarfcraft Devices Hax Ring Mod is a sonically adventurous and totally sick ring mod that is maddening and brilliant. The Dwarfcraft Devices Hax Ring Mod also has the option of an expression pedal for hands free control. Learn More

  14. Dr. Scientist Sounds BitQuest - UFO

    The Dr. Scientist BitQuest is an astoundingly full-featured multi effect in an incredibly tidy 125B package. There are eight onboard effects, each with Clean and Dirty modes, and each patch contains some seriously powerful controls that make the BitQuest a joy to play. Learn More
  15. Boss VO-1 Vocoder


    The Boss VO-1 is a compact vocoder that makes your tone harder, better, faster and stronger.

    Learn More

  16. Blackout Effectors Crystal Dagger

    The Blackout Effectors Crystal Dagger is an effect like you've never heard. Putting together an octave fuzz with a ring-mod/phase circuit produces some interesting results and the Blackout Effectors Crystal Dagger does just that. Learn More

16 Item(s)

per page

Grid  List 

Set Ascending Direction