MXR, also known as MXR Innovations, was a Rochester, New York-based manufacturer of effects pedals, co-founded in 1972 by Keith Barr and Terry Sherwood. The MXR trademark is now owned by Jim Dunlop, which continues to produce the original effects units along with new additions to the line.
Chorus pedal, All-analog bucket-brigade circuitry. Create classically lush, liquid textures. Ultimate tone control.
This pedal provides a huge, responsive range of gritty and textured tones that enhance the sound of your rig while preserving its fundamental character—and in an MXR mini housing, this pedal will free up some serious pedalboard space.
One of the most popular compressors of all time. This box will produce that percussive, clicky sound on a clean guitar that youve heard on so many pop hits. It also adds smooth sustain
Pedal preamp/booster, adjustable boost, can adjust the different output of two guitars, helps against losing signal with long cables, control for gain, hardwire bypass, solid metal enclosure
Micro Flanger Effects Pedal, 100% analog flanger with rate control and true bypass. Powered via 9V battery or optional power supply
Analog Delay pedal, 600ms delay time, analog sound, true bypass, controls for delay, regen and mix. Made in USA.
Bass Distortion and DI Box, Both Clean and Distortion channels. Run direct to the PA or straight to the mixing board. Smart noise gate and optimized EQ.
CHT Constant Headroom Technology for clear, clean performance, True bypass, Sounds great on guitar.
Six meticulously crafted reverbs in one pedal. Dry path pure analog. Relay true bypass and delay trails modes
Eddie Van Halen signature pedal based on legendary 5150 amplifier sounds. Controls for output, bass, mids, treble, gain, and an activatable gate control. Solid metal housing, Status LED
Classic studio compressor in a Phase 90-sized pedal, CHT Constant Headroom Technology for clear, clean performance, True bypass
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. Thanks to its rare CA3080 metal can integrated circuit (IC), this pedal yields quieter operation, greater transparency, and increased dynamic...
The MXR Tap Tempo switch features adjustable tip/ring configuration so you can control the delay time of a wide variety of delay pedal types. This pint-sized footswitch is ruggedly built for a lifetime on the road.
The MXR Bass Envelope Filter delivers classic analog envelope filter sounds with separate Dry and Effect level controls to keep your low end intact.
Get the sonic secret sauce of the Echoplex Preamp with the legendary boosting power of the MXR Micro Amp in a lightweight, space-saving mini housing.
The Carbon Copy Deluxe Analog Delay features extended delay time with tap tempo functionality, optional modulation, a switch to toggle between the warm sound of the original pedal and vibrant sound of the Bright version, and much more.
Based on a rare and elusive circuit, the MXR Sugar Drive provides a diverse range of clear and transparent overdrive tones, from sauced up boosting to blown-tube distortion.
The MXR Vintage Bass Octave upgrades the warm analog sub-bass vibes of a classic circuit with superior tracking, cleaner headroom, and the versatility that modern players demand, delivering an impressive range of sounds in the lightweight, space-saving MXR mini housing.
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 Carbon Copy Mini Analog Delay packs organic analog warmth, shimmery modulation, and ease of use into an MXR mini housing with a Bright switch for additional sonic versatility so that you can make the most out of your pedalboard real estate.
To celebrate the launch of Green Day's eclectic thirteenth studio album "Father of All...", this special limited edition version of the Dookie Drive Pedal features the album cover's rainbow-upchucking unicorn over a brushed aluminum housing.
Multi power supply for effect pedals, stabilized, 8 x 9V connectors, 2 x 18v sockets, total output 2000 mA, rugged metal housing, including mains adapter and all necessary connecting cables
Aggressive, tight and focused distortion. 3-band EQ. Scoop switch to cut mids.