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$169.99

MXR EVH117 Flanger

  • Original bucket-brigade design.
  • Incredibly controllable parameters.
  • Use the EVH switch for instant "Unchained" tone.

Condition: New

 

$129.99

Way Huge Electronics Swollen Pickle MKII Jumbo Fuzz

  • Super high-gain fuzz with smooth low end.
  • Tone stack Scoop control.
  • Adjustable compression intensity.

Condition: New

 

$99.99

MXR Custom Badass Modified O.D.

    • 100HZ cut and boost control allows tonal fine-tuning.
    • BUMP switch engages alternate voicing for a low and mid-range boost.
    • True Bypass.

Condition: New

 

$229.00

Keeley Java Boost

The Java Boost is a germanium based Treble Booster designed to give you classic tones from the 60's and 70's. It is not a clean boost.

It must be used with a cranked amp that is overdriven or distorting a bit already. Cranking the amp and pedal will result in more creamy, beautiful, sustaining distortion with the Java Boost.

The Java Boost is most widely used with a tube amp set to a bit of overdrive or clipping which is the key to getting a great sound from this pedal. Setting the java boost in front of a very clean amp with the volume on 1-2 will surely result in a fairly weak guitar tone! Set the amp for some breakup, then click the Java on. There, you'll have a fantastic sound and see why people rave about the Java Boost.

Condition: New

 

$79.99

MXR Custom Badass ’78 Distortion

  • A hot-rodded classic circuit.
  • Roars with huge amp stack tones and old school distortion.
  • Delivers soaring leads and rich, saturated rhythms.
  • CRUNCH button boosts harmonic content of distortion.

Condition: New

 

$199.00

Keeley Katana Clean Boost

Want a mirror image of your tone, only louder? This is it. The Katana is also a fat, harmonically rich boost, just pull out on the volume knob and stretch your imagination with overdriven tone! You can keep it on all the time to push your amp harder, or as an occasional boost to cut through the mix.

Obsessed or Compelled with the Fattest, Fullest Drive? Well, Before other people started using Blue LED's and non-diode clipping stages, there was the TMB and Katana.... Cascading FET stages do the tube-amp-thing like nothing else!

The Katana circuit is Robert Keeley's first guitar effect design for Keeley Electronics. It was originally designed for Legendary Tones for the Time Machine Boost but then became an independent product under the Keeley name after the Compressor came out. Robert's very first effect pedal design (1999) was a digitally controlled Analog Delay complete with built in digital tuner. It worked perfectly and can even be seen at the shop from time to time. Delay times could be input via a keypad to enter the amount of delay in milliseconds or by potentiometers. The Katana is no less stunning in its beautiful simplicity and stunning sound quality.

Condition: New

 

$79.99

MXR Phase 90

  • Rich, warm analog tone.
  • Add shimmery velocity and dramatic swooshing to your tone.
  • The timeless phase shifter used on many classic Van Halen recordings.

Condition: New

 

$149.99

Dunlop Jimi Hendrix ™ Fuzz Face®

  • Meticulously faithful reproduction of Jimi's 1969-70 Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face.
  • Built around the toneful BC108 silicon transistor. Carefully matched to the original specs.

Condition: New

 

$99.99

MXR Black Label Chorus

  • Analog bucket brigade technology.
  • High and Low filter cut controls for detailed tone sculpting.
  • Two outputs for a wide and sweeping stereo spread.

Condition: New

 

$199.99

Dunlop Eric Johnson Signature Fuzz Face

    • Designed after Eric's personal prized Fuzz Faces
    • Custom vintage-style hammertone finish
    • Custom reproduction '68-'69 knobs

Condition: New

 

$149.99

Way Huge Electronics Aqua Puss Analog Delay MKII

  • Vintage-style analog delay.
  • 20ms to 300ms of delay time.
  • Self-oscillating psycho-freak-out mode!

Condition: New

 

   

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