Dave Friedman is one of Los Angeles’ best-known designers of guitar rigs and pedalboards. His list of clients includes guitarists such as Eddie Van Halen, Steve Stevens and Jerry Cantrell. Friedman specializes in the hot-rodding of Marshall-style amps, and his BE-100 model has already become a bona fide modern classic.
Dave has also kept busy designing a number of pedal effects, and he also imports a range of pedalboard accessories, based on his considerable expertise in this field.
The Friedman BE-OD overdrive pedal captures the tone of the now legendary Friedman BE-100 amplifier which has graced the stages of world-class musicians the world over. The BE-OD delivers authentic tube-amplifier sound from a compact pedal.
The Friedman Dirty Shirley all-tube amp is well known for being one of the most flexible and touch-responsive single-channel amplifiers on the market. Now you can get that same tonal versatility, sensitivity and harmonically rich overdrive in a pedal.
The Sir-Compre is an optical compressor pedal with a Friedman twist. The twist is the included wide-range gain knob. This gain control is the mastermind of the Sir-Compre and allows you to shape the overall sound of the pedal from ultra-clean to semi-overdriven.
At the heart of the Friedman, Gold-72 Wah is a classic-sounding, almost vocal effect, that will bring you back to the great rock and funk tones through the decades that we’ve grown to love. Whether wailing through two humbuckers and a full stack, bringing the clean rhythmic sweeps of the ‘70s, or finding a unique voice all your own, you’ll find the...
This "BE" dual overdrive pedal captures the tone of the now legendary Friedman BE-100 amplifier, which has graced the stages of world class musicians the world over. This new BE-OD Deluxe pedal employs the exact same circuit but adds another channel and dual midrange controls.
The Friedman Golden Pearl is a transparent, lower gain overdrive pedal designed to push already overdriven amps into seductive saturation. This versatile pedal can also be used into a clean amp to achieve that elusive semi-broken up tone.