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GUITAR FX PEDALS

Dunlop

Dunlop Original Cry Baby Wah Pedal

  • Heavy Die Cast Construction
  • Powered by the Dunlop ECB-03 AC Adapter (not included) and/or 9 volt battery
  • Dimensions: 10" x 4" x 2-1/2"
  • Original vintage effect
  • Ultraheavy-duty durability
  • Smooth operation and easy control
  • Weight: 3.7 lbs.
  • Color: Black

Maxon

Maxon OD-9 Overdrive Effects Pedal

  • Improved circuitry with a new chip yields ultra-smooth dynamic overdrive
  • Drive and Level controls tweak the intensity and volume
  • Hi Boost/Hi Cut tone controls adjust brightness
  • True bypass switching
  • Die-cast zinc case
  • AC/DC operation (order optional Maxon AC210N adapter)

Maxon

Maxon OD808 Overdrive

  • Warm, natural overdrive similar to a tube amp
  • Overdrive, Balance, and Tone controls
  • Uses same JRC4558 IC-based circuit as original green '808 overdrive
  • Responds to picking dynamics and playing nuances
  • Great as overdrive or amp booster

MXR

MXR M169 Carbon Copy Analog Delay Guitar
Effects Pedal

  • Analog audio path
  • Extremely compact
  • 600ms delay time
  • Mod switch, Delay time, Mix, Regen
  • True hard-wire bypass
  • 9-volt operation

MXR

MXR EVH Eddie Van Halen Phase 90

The MXR EVH Phase 90 Shifter is a limited-edition version of the legendary MXR Phase 90. The Phase 90 was instrumental in creating the guitar tones on the early Van Halen records; the swirling, spacey sound on such songs as "Eruption," "Atomic Punk," and "Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love." The EVH 90 captures the warm, hypnotic tone of the vintage "script logo" Phase 90, and with the flip of a switch also delivers an intense, edgier phase tone. It features rock-solid internal construction and an indestructible enclosure to ensure years of flawless performance. Add to this the Van Halen-approved striped graphics from the guitar that changed the world and you have a truly unique piece of rock history

Boss

Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor Pedal

The Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor Pedal effectively eliminates noise and hum from the input signal while preserving the original sound's tonality. Natural attack and envelope remain unaffected by suppression of the noise components
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