Clearance Effects Pedals
£20.00 off RRP
EBS Dphaser Guitar phaser Effects Pedal From the 70's to the 21st Century! The EBS DPhaser offers three different modes of stunning phaser effects. Short is the classic phaser effects recognized from the 70's, Long emphasize the effects a bit more, while Wide gives you extreme swirling flanger-like effects. Preserve the low range Suitable for live and studio use Triple Mode Phase Shifter Short, Long & Wide Effect Modes High, Lo or Off Resonance Modes Controls for Width and Rate Internal Trim Pots for fine tuning True Bypass
£20.00 off RRP
Fender Classic Series Phaser Effects PedalThis Fender Phaser Effect Pedal from the Classics Series adds versatility to your sound with a few easy knobs. The rate knob controls the rate at which the phase shifting occurs. The rate control knob alternately illuminates blue and red at the same rate as the phase shifting.The Intensity knob adjusts the intensity of the Phasing effect.The Frequency knob adjusts what frequencies are affected by the phasing action. Fully counter-clockwise causes the bass frequencies to be affected most by the phasing action, fully clockwise causes the treble frequencies to be most affected by the phasing action. Bypass Switch turns the phasing effect on-off. Input Impedance: 470kOhm Nominal Input Level: ”20dBV Output Impedance: 4.7kOhm Nominal Output Level: ”20dBV Recommended Load Impedance: 50kOhm or Greater Power Requirements: 9VDC 40mA Minimum
Hughes & Kettner Replex
Hughes & Kettner Replex Tape Delay Simulator This Hughes & Kettner Replex emulates the sounds produced by magnetic tape and the heads of coveted vintage delays. The Hughes & Kettener Replex is a premium-class tone-shaping tool that provides tube-driven reverb and echo with tape delay simulation. It precisely replicates the complex sound-shaping properties of the great '60s tape delays and is far more musical and varied than conventional digital delays without the hassle and unreliability of tape devices. In addition to producing the warm sound of topnotch spring reverbs, it offers individually variable single-head and multi-head delays. Includes power supply. Tube-driven reverb and echo with tape delay simulation Precisely replicates properties of the great '60s tape delays Offers individually variable single-head and multi-head delays
Mooer Blade Metal Distortion Pedal
Mooer Blade Metal Distortion Pedal Three Working Modes: Lo Boost/Boost Off/Hi Boost Lo Boost: Boosts a narrow band of high frequencies. Boost Off: No boost is engaged. Hi Boost: A higher amount of boost is engaged Full metal shell Very small and exquisite True bypass Requires DC 9V Adapter power supply
Tech 21 Bass Compactor
Tech 21 Bass Compactor Effects Pedal The powerful EQ section has dual-band active tone controls that cut or boost ±12dB. They effectively reduce the need for a typical fixed frequency mid control, and enable you to achieve an extensive variety of curves --including a "mid-cut" as well as a "mid-boost." You can simply and quickly dial up a great sound in any venue. And you can make any passive bass instantly active --saving the expense and anxiety of hacking chunks of wood out of your favorite bass to permanently install a pre-amp. With active basses, you'll have even greater flexibility with pre- and post-compression EQ at your fingertips. When you turn the compression off, you can use the Bass Compactor solely to kick in up to 6dB of clean boost. Bring up the volume without altering the tone... which is particularly handy during the guitar solo, or when it's your turn to be in the spotlight. The Tech 21 Bass Compactor's design gives you the option of using just the compression, just the EQ, or, of course, both together. Noise reduction is thoughtfully built right into the circuitry. The high impedance F.E.T.-based input is exceptionally responsive to your playing style... jazz, funk, blues, or good old rock 'n' roll. And, like all Tech 21 products, the Bass Compactor will not depersonalize your instrument's individual character. You can record direct, or use it in conjunction with any type of amp, or, you guessed it, any model SansAmp.
Tech 21 Boost Fuzz
£14.00 off RRP
Tech 21 Boost Fuzz Effects Pedal It goes by many names, comes in many flavors and they’re all good. Unfortunately, finding that sweet spot isn’t so easy with vintage pedals. You need to deal with noise, signal loss, tones that can change with battery life and even the temperature on stage. Some of those old Germanium-powered effects are more sensitive than a train-car of nitro. Tech 21’s all-analog circuitry squeezes righteous, vintage tones out of every Boost Series pedal with modern dependability. Designed and built from the ground up utilizing the best individually-selected, hand-biased discreet components, each unit delivers optimized performance with studio-quiet operation. And we call them Boost pedals for a reason. Alongside a wealth of hot driven tones, there is a powerful boost function that delivers up to an incredible 21dB of clean boost, which can be used independently from the effect. It is a true post-boost, punching up the tone you dialed in, not smothering it in unwanted distortion. From the high-impedance input to the sweepable low-pass filter in the tone control, your tone will be open and controllable in every setting.
Tech 21 Deluxe Vt Bass
£16.00 off RRP
Tech 21 Deluxe VT Bass Effects Pedal The Tech 21 Deluxe version of the SansAmp VT Bass features a combination of a warm, all-analog signal path and convenient digital recall. There are 6 program locations and dual inputs for two instruments to be on-line, ready to go. Create three custom tones for each input or use all six locations for a single instrument. And you can program the FX loop to engage your favorite effect each time a so-designated preset is selected. Super simple to operate, changes can easily be made on the fly --without having to refer to the owner’s manual. You just turn the knobs to a setting you like, double click on a footswitch and it’s saved in that channel. You can custom tweak and program six of your personal sounds, from vintage clean to gnarly overdrive to crushing distortion.
Tech 21 Red Ripper
£20.00 off RRP
Tech 21 Red Ripper Effects Pedal If you think the Red Ripper is just another bass fuzzbox, you don’t know Jack. This all-analog distortion effect features aggressive tones and vintage filter-style effects, all completely under your control for truly custom sounds. More than a simple distortion box, the Red Ripper responds to the dynamics of your individual touch. Play harder for more fuzz and higher harmonics, ease up for less fuzz and enhanced lower harmonics. The Red Ripper’s nasty little secret is the R.I.P. control, which powers your bass tone from vintage fuzz, to tectonic distortion and into the realms of Brassmaster-style octaver fuzz. Dime the R.I.P. and enjoy the violent stabs of a Moogie-style synth tone. While the Red Ripper can emulate the tones of an envelope filter, the signal is not actually being filtered, so your tone won’t thin out and drop off when the effect is engaged. Unlike vintage devices, all this gory fun comes with modern benefits. Active three-band EQ delivers studio-grade tone shaping in a compact pedal, while the Level and Drive controls let you find the sweet spot between dirt and volume. There’s a Low Pass Filter switch to compensate for full-range bass systems equipped with tweeters. Buffered bypass and a silent-switching, custom footswitch actuator completes the package. Unique R.I.P. control manipulates the harmonic content and changes the character of distortion in a typically unusual, Tech 21 way. MID is tuned to 12dB @ 500 Hz. LOW is tuned to +22dB boost or -12dB cut @ 120 Hz. HIGH is tuned to +30dB boost or -12dB cut @ 2.5 kHz. Highly sensitive and interactive controls provide a broader range of tweakability and maximum flexibility. 1megOhm high-impedance 1/4” input. 1kOhm low-impedance 1/4” output drives long cables without loss of signal integrity, even in bypass. Custom, silent-switching actuator. Buffered bypass eliminates the shortcomings associated with “true bypass” (pops and clicks, and high-end loss when multiple pedals are connected together), as well as signal loss associated with other types of switching circuits Heavy duty, all metal construction. Operable with 9V alkaline battery (not included) or optional DC power supply
Tech 21 Rotochoir
Tech 21 Roto Choir Leslie Effects Pedal The Tech 21 Roto Choir recreates both the rotating lower speaker and the treble rotor horn --the only way to attain that complex, multi-dimensional tone. In fact, the Roto Choir utilizes a specifically formulated SansAmp technology to deliver the entire signal chain --from the original tube power amp to the speaker and high-frequency rotor horn, to the microphone used to capture it. This is HD, 3D emulation. The simple controls hide a wealth of options. Drive adds just the right amount of compression, harmonics and grit. Low and High sculpt the tube amp emulation with powerful EQ curves. The Fast/Slow footswitch allows users to ramp up, slow down or even stop the rotating speaker. There's also a dedicated control to custom set the Top Speed of your rotor. Want to vary the intensity of the effect? Simply adjust the Position control to move the Roto Choir's virtual mic closer or further from the horns. Other features include a biamped/single-speaker mode switch, stereo output and a Speaker Sim switch for direct recording.
Tech 21 US Steel
£94.00 off RRP
Tech 21 US Steel Distortion Effects Pedal Packing more metal than Pittsburgh, the Tech 21 U.S. Steel is high gain Valhalla. Blistering distortions and searing lead tones just keep coming; every nu-metal chunk, every modern rock slab. Back off for smoky blues or ignite the rage of an uber-gain rectifier. Emulating the massive Celestion®-powered chunk of a closed-back cab, the musclebound Tech 21 U.S. Steel is here to raise hell and steal your girl.
Tech 21 VT Bass
£20.00 off RRP
Tech 21 VT Bass Effects Pedal The tower of power pumping through a stack of 10-inchers is the legendary bass tone for players who enjoy being heard. From chunky funk with the ubiquitous flip top, to the higher gain growl of indie rock. Still need more? Lean on the Character control for the fat distortion of Crimson and King’s X. It all sounds massive DI. Clean SVT® thump to dirty earthquaking rump, you dial it in.
Vox Stomplab 2B Bass Effects Pedal
StompLab IIB dedicated bass guitar modelling with expression pedal The StompLab series of effect pedals are impressive new contenders in the large low cost multi-effect market. Offering more sounds/effects than the competition and packing powerful sounds into a compact and sophisticated looking metal body. Sound variations are categorized by style, such as rock, blues, and ballad, making it easy to use. JAZZ/FUSION×10, POP1×10, POP2×10, ROCK1×10, ROCK2×10, HEAVY×10, FUNK1×10, FUNK2×10, DANCE×10, OTHER×10, USER×20 Bass version provides over 60 effect types. Up to eight effects can be used simultaneously. Edit and save 20 of your own user programs. Sophisticated appearance and rugged metal body. StompLab II provides an expression pedal. Two-way power; battery or mains adapter (optional). Built-in auto chromatic tuner with bypass and mute functions. Pedal (9): COMP, EXCITER, FIX WAH or WAH(*IB=FIX WAH, IIB=WAH), AUTO WAH, BRN OCTAVE, ACOUSTIC, U-VIBE, TONE, RING MOD Amp (10): VALVE 1, VALVE 2, CLASSIC, SCOOPED, LA STUDIO, GOLD PANEL, JAZZ, STUDIO, AC100, UK MAJOR Drive (8): TUBE OD, FAT DIST, ORANGE DIST, SHRED DIST, FUZZ, OCTA FUZZ, TECHNO FUZZ, CRUSHER Cabinet (12): LA 4x10, LA 1x18, METAL 4x10, UK 4x12, UK 4x15, CLASSIC 8x10, MODERN 4x10, STUDIO 1x15, JAZZ 1x15, AC 2x15, COMBI, CUSTOM Modulation (9): CE CHORUS, MULTI CHORUS, FLANGER, ORG PHASE, TWIN TREM, G4 ROTARY, PITCH SHIFT, FILTRON1 (AUTO), FILTRON2 (MANUAL) Delay (8): ANALOG DELAY 1, ANALOG DELAY 2, ANALOG DELAY 3, ANALOG DELAY 4, ECHO 1, ECHO 2, ECHO 3, ECHO 4 Reverb (3): ROOM, SPRING, HALL Noise Reduction (1) Volume
Zoom C5.1T Guitar Multi Effects Pedal
£50.00 off RRP
Zoom C5.1T Guitar USB Multi Effects PedalThe Zoom C5.1t USB audio interface is specifically designed for the needs of guitarists. With a cool, amphead design, use the C5.1t foot controller to put your effects on the floor. Connect guitars, basses, vocal mics or keyboards and get high-quality, 24-bit/48 kHz recording resolution. And both are USB bus powered so an external power supply is not necessary. Simultaneous Recording Channels:2(stereo) Simultaneous Playback Channels: 2(stereo) Quantization: 24bit Sampling Frequency: 44.1/48kHz Frequency Response:[44.1kHz] 20Hz to 20kHz (+0dB/-0.5dB) [48kHz] 20Hz to 22kHz (+0dB/-1dB) USB Interface: Type B (USB1.1 Full-speed compatible)Hi-Z Input: 1/4" phone jack (Input Impedance: 470k, Input Level: -17dBm to +4dBm) Mic Inputs: 2xXLR-1/4" phone combo jack(Input Impedance: 1k or more, Input Level: -38dBm to +1dBm, Pin 2 Hot / Tip: HOT, Ring: COLD, Sleeve: GND) Line Inputs: 2x1/4" phone jack (Input Impedance: 47k, Rated Input Level: -10dBm) ?AUX Input: 1/8" stereo phone jack (Input Impedance: 15k? Rated Input Level: -10dBm) Phantom Power: 48V(with On/Off switch) Line Outputs: 2x1/4" phone jack (Output Impedance: 5k or less, Rated Output Level: -10dBm) Headphone Output: 1/4" stereo phone jack(Output Impedance: 10, Residual Noise Level: -96dBm (Output Jack, Input short/at the unity gain/IHF-A typ.) Vacuum Tube: 12AX7 Direct monitoring: Mono/Stereo switchable Power Requirements: USB bus power Current Draw: 480mA Dimensions: 390(W) x 245(D) x 83(H)mm Weight: 3.2kg
Zoom MS-60B Bass Effects Pedal
Zoom MS-60B Bass Effects Pedal Plug into Zoom's MS-60B Multistomp and bring your bass to the forefront. 58 expertly crafted DSP effects and bass amp / cabinet models give you everything you need to quickly and easily create deep, rich bass tones. Dual output jacks and a handy built-in tuner complete the package, making the Zoom MS-60B the perfect companion both onstage and in the studio. 58 bass effects and amp/preamp/DI models, including modulation, equalization, delay, and reverb Up to 4 effects can be used simultaneously, in any order 50 memory locations for the storage of user-created patches 30 preset patches Patch cycling Onboard chromatic tuner supports all standard bass tunings Tap Tempo for synchronization of delay times or modulation rates Auto Save function for automatic saving of all patch parameters ¼" input jack (both active and passive instruments supported) Dual ¼" output jacks Backlit LCD with contrast control for easy viewing in low-light environments USB port for power and firmware updates Lightweight and small enough to fit in your gig bag Easily integrated into any existing pedalboard Runs on 2 AA batteries, with alkaline battery life of up to 7 hours Optional AC adapter