When it’s time to tune up, it’s usually in between songs. And you don’t want to stall the show. That’s why the Accu-Tuner has a giant LED display and a sturdy steel housing, ensuring that you can rely on it every night as well as tune up fast and get back to rocking out.
Some pedals just seem to suck the tone out of your signal. And long cable runs tend to degrade your precious tone. The Buffer Boost solves this. But on top of that, we also threw in a dedicated booster that you can kick in whenever you need to increase your overall level.
If you’re looking for Cliff Burton’s growly Fuzz tone, but don’t need the Wah – or don’t have the space on your pedal board for a footpedal, this is all you need. The Cliff Burton Fuzz Box simply gives you the Fuzz side of the Power Fuzz Wah in a compact stomp box.
This pedal was created as a tribute to the late great bass player of Metallica, Cliff Burton, who used the original 70’s version. Wah and Fuzz united in a single pedal that is great for all kinds of music whether or not they’re based on specific types of matter!
This wah and fuzz pedal was created as a tribute to the late great bass player of Metallica, Cliff Burton, who used the original 70’s version of our Power Fuzz Wah. And this particular version is a limited run of just 500 pedals – 250 optical and 250 M2.
The Dual Boost Distortion is a classic overdrive, but it also serves multiple purposes. First, tailor your distortion sound, using the Drive, Tone and Level knobs. Now, if you need even more power during solos, use the Boost knob to give you a bump.
Matching up a full board of pedals and integrating them in the FX loop of your amp may cause some problems when a mix of weak and strong signals have to co-exist in the same signal chain. But don’w worry! Your solution is right here. Let our Effect Loop Corrector fix it.
This is a one-way pedal with a small footprint. You don’t pass your signal through it, but let it control any parameter supported by devices that has voltage control or …
This is a one-way pedal. You don’t pass your signal through it, but let it control any parameter supported by devices that has voltage control or an expression pedal input. It could be a digital amp, an effect pedal or a synth.
The M2 Wah pedal combines a classic pedal, featuring a cool vintage tone, with a smooth audio taper volume control. A pedal that is ready to take on anything from guitar and bass to keyboards or anything else you’d like to feed it.
When pedal board real estate matters, the Mini Wah is your perfect solution. A traditional Wah tone with a tiny footprint and a built-in Volume pedal. The best of both worlds in a compact pedal that will get the job done while only take up a fraction of your board.
Classic Wah sound sharing a space with dedicated Volume control. Our custom HQ2 inductor ensures a super clean tone and the electro-optical design has eliminated the need for having pots that may wear out and get scratchy. Duality at its absolute finest!
Why have 3 pedals when you can have a combo, holding all of them!? With this pedal, you get a Wah and a Volume pedal that you can switch between freely. And on top of that, you also get a distortion circuit that you can punch in and out completely independently.
The Stereo Chorus Volume is a limited reissue. As the name suggests, you can use it as a classic Volume pedal, but it is also a full-blown Stereo Chorus effect pedal. Use the two sides of the pedal in combination or separately.