The 427 is the modern muscle car of distortion pedals, with a big, meaty tone that’s ready to kick ass.
The Acoustimax is a foot-pedal-style (or “stompbox- style”) acoustic preamp which raises the bar for amplified acoustic instrument sound quality.
Ben Wah is based on a 1967 Class A circuit design that featured the unique Halo inductor.
Imagine a killer fuzz tone like Jimi at his best, with that creamy fuzz driving his Marshall into incredible sustain.
The Blacksmith™ analog distortion is all about force feeding your tube amp for a heavier, chunkier distortion.
The Boosta Grande, a Guitar Player Editor’s Pick, is back in a new compact chassis to conserve space on your pedal board.
BBE Free Fuzz Seventies Silicon Transistor Fuzz Pedal
Earning the Guitar World Platinum Award, Mind Bender is two pedals in one.
Upgrade everything with Sonic Stomp, the one piece of gear which improves the performance of your whole rig.
The Soul Vibe, winner of the Guitar World Platinum Award, is back with a new look that really suits the “vibe” of this delicious pedal.
Think an old Fender Blackface amp with a tremolo circuit like a Twin or Super Reverb.
Two Timer is a classic analog Bucket Brigade Delay with that warm, haunting reverb and tape-like echoes.