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Classic british sound and response from plexi to early 70s super lead, the Dirty Little Secret MKIII works great as an always on pedal, designed to be the the core of your guitar sound which you can enhance by adding boosters, fuzzes, filters, and other overdrives in front of it, two classic circuits, selectable via an internal slider switch, controls:...
Emulating the sought-after Binson Echorec drum recorder echo machine, four playback head concept with extended delay time of 40ms -1000ms, controls: swell, tone, delay time, mix, 12 position program switch.
Fings like a fuzz but is tight like a distortion, offers a huge range, from a beautiful singing tone over tight, harmonically-rich crunch, all the way to fuzz mayhem, controls: input, gain, filter, volume.
Emulation of an oil can echo unit. Dark-sounding echoes with a vibrato modulation synchronised with the delay time and a delay sound generate a cool, floating sound. Ideal for creating a similar sound to that of the official Italo Western or Shadows, Controls: Reverb, Viscosity, Timing, Blend, Balance. Made in USA
Faithful sonic recreation of the famous echoplex EP-3 tape echo including the preamp, delay time of 80ms -800ms, echo sustain, modulation, record level, mix & echo delay, internal controls: gain trimmer & buffer/true bypass switch.
Classic gnarly garage fuzz. Faithful reproduction of the classic circuit of the 60s. Its splatty, raw, and unapologetic. The Depth control adds brightness and gain, while the Volume knob controls your overall output volume.
Captures the regal and soaring tones of a Rangemaster Treble-Booster into a cranked up Vox AC30, three controls tuned to deliver the essence of the Brian May sound - GAIN, TONE, and VOLUME.
Treble Booster, soundwise in the tradition of the Dallas Rangemaster which was used by guitarists like Tony Iommi, Brian May, Marc Bolan, and KK Downing & Glen Tipton, controls: Range, Boost, Heat
Octave-up fuzz in the tradition of the Octavia that takes the tradition to the next level, custom voiced to give you an extremely dynamic playing response, controls: attenuation, gain & body
Plate reverb emulation, based on the legendary EMT140 reverb plate, reminiscent of era-defining sound of the 70s, simple operation, controls: high pass, time, pre delay, mix & volume,
Looking for that fuzz, overdrive or sparkly boost pedal? Karma Suture's four control layout allows you to dial in a huge range of harmonically rich tones that sound great into clean and overdriven amps. Or into a foundation overdrive, such as the Dirty Little Secret. It can work equally well with vintage single coils and hot hum buckers.
Overdrive inspired by the 1970 Royal Albert Hall performance. Authentic 3 knob tone stack from the Jimmy Page Hiwatt. Designed to give incredible dynamic response with your pick attack and your guitars controls.
Custom-tuned Rangemaster-based booster combined with the pre-amp section of a Laney Supergroup, transform any guitar rig into a rig of doom with the Sabbra Cadabra, controls: range, gain, presence, and volume. This is Sabbath in a box. Carefully voiced together to get the riffs of doom that Tony Iommi is know
Vintage Ampeg growl for bass and guitar, controls: treble, bass, volume & gain, Stones/Stoner switch. Huge grind without compromising the big solid round lowend, balanced attack treble, and amazing note clarity even hitting chords on a bass!
Spring reverb pedal, Big wet and splashy. 60s outboard spring reverb tank. Simple operation, controls: dwell, tone, mix & volume
Whether you’re using the Karma Suture as your standalone dirt box into your amp or you’re using it to boost, overdrive, and enhance your existing dirt pedals, you’ll be greeted with harmonic distortion laden with even-order harmonics – sweet and musical, even with complex chord voicings.
The Belle Epoch Deluxe honors the EP-3 lineage by faithfully reproducing the original EP-3 specifications part for part – the only things missing are the record and playback heads – with a 24-bit high-fidelity digital delay line taking the place of the tape cartridge. Exact circuitry reproduction of the 22v power rail helps to achieve that expansive...
Next-generation 5E3 Tweed Deluxe inspired Foundation Overdrive with incredible range - from Grant Green to Crazy Horse!
The NICOMPRESSOR offers distinctive tone shaping capabilities. It achieves exceptional compression dynamics while keeping higher-frequencies intact, making your guitar sound incredibly full and fat, without compromising your tone. In seeking to honor, improve, and expand this concept, Catalinbread developed a broader range of functionality and...
The Catalinbread® Coriolis™ Effect has three main parameters to change the equations of motion for your guitar signal. Turning down the Velocity and Acceleration controls drags your playing into the heart of a black hole, redshifting your tone into a lower pitch and filtering out the high frequencies. The Hold button will instantly pull you into the black...
Featuring a plethora of useful options, the Giygas gives you everything you’ve ever wanted in a fuzz box, along with some stuff you never knew you wanted (but deep down, you totally knew). The core of the fuzz circuit is brawny and fierce, yet with plenty of violin-like sustain and articulation on tap, and the entire thing is wrapped in a clean blend...
The heart and soul of the Dreamcoat is a near-exact recreation of the preamp circuit from the Aiwa TP-1011 reel-to-reel deck that can be found in ‘60s and ‘70s classic rock recordings. All of the functionality of that unit is present, from sparkling cleans to powerful crunch and glassy leads, but the “Sat” control gives you an extra layer of grunt.
One of the most recognizable pieces of gear in classic rock canon is the old Hornby-Skewes Treble Booster, a version of the classic effect used by too many artists to list. Dial in the desired frequency range from rich and full to treble-heavy, as well as control the amount of boost. You can also vary the amount of transistor gain for some extra juice.