The MXR Variphase Phaser is a killer twist on the classic Phase 90 phaser pedal. Built into a Crybaby-style housing, the Variphase features the same warm and thick analog phasing, but is now adjustable in real-time via the rocker pedal. Vary the speed from a subtle, long cycle to a fast, watery warble, and everything in between!
The MXR Phase 90 sits with the Cry Baby Wah Wah and the Fuzz Face Distortion as one of the truly iconic effect pedals in music history, setting the standard by which all others in its category are judged.
The MXR M159 Tremolo keeps all the effects and controls of the original—but in a smaller, pedalboard-friendly size. Its 18 volt operation provides rich and vibrant sound with low noise due to its high headroom.
The MXR Phase 90 is one of the most famous phase shifters ever created and found its way into the rigs of countless guitar legends over the last four decades. Aside from its classic orange casing, the Phase 90 is instantly recognizable thanks to the unmistakable script logo.
The Micro Amp upgrades a classic boost circuit with EQ controls, low-noise op-amps, and true bypass switching to take this powerful boost box to the next level.
The Jim Dunlop 535Q 20th Anniversary Wah Wah guitar pedal is a limited edition of the original Crybaby 535Q and comes with a numbered certificate of authenticity, as there is only 1000 to be manufactured worldwide you need to act fast to get this brilliant piece of music memorabilia.
The Sub Machine Fuzz combines shaggy fuzz with a growling sub octave circuit-switchable between series and parallel modes-with an octave up fuzz mode for searing subterannean sounds.
The Blue Hippo Analog Chorus MkIII delivers a range of luscious, liquefied modulation and comes with a Vibe switch for adding thick vibrato goodness to your aqueous tones.
The Super Badass Variac Fuzz is aggressive, biting, and highly versatile, featuring a Variac control to change the pedal’s voltage from 5V to 15V for a range of fuzz tones. Go from vintage saggy saturation to wide open transparency with the twist of a knob.
This pedal delivers the iconic Dyna Comp Compressor sound in bass-friendly form thanks to a Clean control for maintaining low end integrity and a Tone control to adjust your upper midrange to retain playing dynamics.
The Dyna Comp Mini Compressor combines classic tone and modern convenience in a housing that’s nearly half the size of the original, featuring an all-new Attack switch to toggle between slow and fast attack times.
Takes you from crisp “bathroom” slap echoes to epic, Gilmour-esque delays with a twist of a knob 100% analog bucket brigade technology Amazing 600ms of delay time True Bypass with LED Controls for Delay time, Mix (dry/wet blend), and Regen (delay repeats), optional modulation via a top-mounted switch Two internal trim pots offer user-adjustable width and rate control of the modulation Heavy duty, Phase 90-sized box High-quality jacks and switches Single 9-Volt battery operation, optional AC operation using 9-Volt DC Adapter Limited Edition Metallic Silver
Ducking – or the automatic reduction of your delayed signal when your clean signal rises above a certain level – is a complex effect that can really give your musical expression a lift.
Danish tone pioneers T-Rex Engineering have been making quality effects pedals and guitar gear since the 1990s. T-Rex pedals are made using some of the best components in the industry, such as film/foil electrolytic capacitors, lifetime-use pots, and rugged footswitches, toggles, and connectors. T-Rex’s better-known pedals include the Replica digital delay and Mudhoney distortion, which can be found on the pedalboards of top guitarists David Gilmour, John Mayer, Mark Tremonti, and Steve Morse.
T-Rex’s Reptile 2 analog tape-style delay delivers the warmth and depth of a great vintage tape unit in a compact and road-worthy pedal. A quartet of knobs handles your standard delay controls, while dials for Speed, Width, and Tone fine-tune the flutter of the repeats.
We have had many requests for a more straight sounding delay pedal that is clearer and more true to the incoming guitar signal.
Presenting the newest addition to our successful line of reverb pedals – the Room-Mate Junior – all the best from the original Room-Mate packed into one incredibly authentic sounding unit.
The T-Rex Creamer reverb pedal lets players add lush reverbs to their sound, with a pedal that is extremely easy to use. The Creamer boasts settings for room, spring, and hall reverbs that can be accessed with the flip of a switch, and each sound can be dialed in with Reverb, Decay, and Tone controls.
The T-Rex Karma Boost provides 16dB of clean gain to add complex harmonics, sustain, and breakup to your current tube amp tone and drive your sound out to the back row.