MXR Guitar Effects PedalsMXR guitar effects pedals are the classic colourful stompbox brand for all guitar and bass players. Founded in the early 1970's and based in New York MXR built a great reputation for building great guitar pedals including the Phase 90, Dyna Comp and Distortion +. Jim Dunlop bought the MXR brand in the mid 1980's and reintroduced some of the MXR classic pedals along with adding more modern pedals like the Carbon Copy and a range of bass pedals. Today MXR guitar effects pedals are the first choice for many guitar players including signature models for Eddie Van Halen, Slash, Zakk Wylde and many more.
If you are looking for great overdrives, distortions, reverbs, delays, phase, chorus then MXR pedals are one of the best out there. Here at Bonners Music we keep a great range of MXR pedals in stock and display for you to try in store. Buy online for next day delivery. Call Bonners Music on 01323 636141 for more details on MXR pedals.
MXR Green Day Dookie Drive V3 Unicorn Overdrive Guitar Pedal
£53.00 off RRP
2 In Stock
MXR Green Day Dookie Drive V3 Unicorn Overdrive Guitar Pedal What is Dookie? On the 1st of February in 1994, Green Day released their major label debut in the form of the album called Dookie. Filled with 90�s angst and cynicism, the album proved to pave the way for Green Day to explode onto the scene. Tracks from the album became mainstays on MTV and kick-started what has turned out to be a long and fruitful career for the band. One of the main driving forces in the aggressive, snarling sound which Green Day used to such powerful effect was the guitar tone of the front man, Mr Billie Joe Armstrong. At the time of recording, Mr Armstrong was chasing the notorious tones of bands like the Sex Pistols and the Ramones. In his quest he settles on two modded 100 watt Marshall Super Leads. He�d run one really scooped and the other full throttle then the engineer mixed them to taste. Get Some Dookie in your Life The Dookie is MXR�s effort to capture the skin-blistering tone that Billie Joe achieved on the album and bottle it into a single pedal enclosure. To do this, they actually took the original amps themselves and subjected them to a litany of tests and experiments to accurately replicate their profile. And by Jove, I�ll be damned if they didn�t nail it and create something really special in the process. The initial Dookie was released to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the albums original release. That was the Dookie looking back, the Dookie V3 is looking forward. The V3�s release coincides with the release of their newest album, �Father of All Motherf*****s�. The cover art of the aforementioned new album is festooned with the image of a unicorn vomiting a rainbow (naturally). So, it follows that that is the imagery which adorns the front of the Dookie V3. Other than that, the pedal is left largely untouched. Bare in mind though, this pedal is a limited edition version and so won�t be around for long! The Consistency of Dookie As mentioned above, the Dookie is an attempt to capture the tone of two cranked Marshall amps combined. That is exactly what to expect when plugging this pedal into your rig. The controls have been simplified as much as possible to make things nice and streamlined and straight to the point. You�ve got an overall master control over the volume along with a gain and tone control. The gain and tone control attack the two circuits within the pedal pertaining to the high-gain and crunch gain sections. Finally, you have a blend control which is used to combine the two characterful sections to your taste, much like Green Day in the studio originally when recording Dookie itself. If you�d like some more mid-range scoop overall, they�ve even included a little scoop switch in the centre of all the knobs. This will inject an extra layer of mid scoop over the whole of your tone in the output section. Dookie is Flexible If you�re looking to nail the tone of Green Day, look no further than the Dookie V3. Nailing that tone is far from its only purpose though. The pedal afterall is a faithful recreation of two classic and very sought after Marshall amplifiers. It does a great job of kicking your tone in the private parts and launching it to scathing new heights no matter what music you want to be playing. If you�re looking to super-charge your guitar tone and inject a good amount of aggression, this could be a really cool pedal to check out. Why Bonners? Here at Bonners Music, you have the opportunity to try one of these great MXR effects pedals yourself. Just give us a call on 01323 636141 or better still, visit our showroom! If you can't see the MXR pedal listed that you are after just call 01323 636141 for availability and the best price.
MXR ILD169 ILOVEDUST Carbon Copy Effects Pedal
£30.99 off RRP
MXR ILD169 ILOVEDUST Carbon Copy Effects PedalThis limited edition of the world's bestselling analog delay from MXR comes decked out in the bold, brazen art of the award-winning UK-based design crüe ILOVEDUST. Go from crisp bathroom slap echoes to epic, Gilmouresque delays with the MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay. Featuring 600ms of delay time with optional modulation, and a three-knob layout that controls Delay, Mix, and Regen. In addition, there are two internal trim pots that offer user-adjustable width and rate control of the modulation for even more tonal options. All done by a completely analog audio path for authentic rich, warm analog delay-made possible only by old-school analog bucket brigade technology. True bypass. Input Impedance: 1 M Ohm; Output Impedance: 1 k Ohm; Max Input Level: +5 dBV, 500 Hz Max Output Level: +8 dBV Mix at Max CW: -96 dBV Mix at Max CCW: -104 dBV Delay Distortion <1%, 1 kHz, -5 dBV Input Delay Time: 20 ms to 600 ms Noise Reduction: 2:1 ratio Modulation Speed: 0.2 Hz to 2.2 Hz Bypass True Hardwire Current Draw: 26 mA Power Supply: 9 volts DC
MXR M101 Phase 90 Guitar Effects Pedal
£23.52 off RRP
MXR M101 Phase 90 Guitar Effects Pedal The MXR M-101 provides classic 4 stage phasing sound with continuous variable speed control. Phase 90 fixed regeneration level adds intensity and is particularly effective for keyboards. This device has found its way into many of Eddie Van Halen's recordings, adding a shimmery velocity to lead passages or a more dramatic swoosh to muted strumming. The MXR M101 phaser is not just designed for guitars; it works well with basses, keyboards, and even vocals and appears in all of these guises on Dweezil Zappa's Z album, 'Music For Pets,' which reveals its flexible and hip nature. Rich, warm analog tone Add shimmery velocity and dramatic swooshing to your tone The timeless phase shifter used on many classic recordings At Bonners Music we are finding these MXR Guitar Effects Pedals superb.We make sure we have them in stock or on order. Here at Bonners Music we offer next day delivery to mainland UK. Call now on 01323 636141 to order your new MXR guitar Effects Pedal today. Input Impedance 1 MΩ Output Impedance 10 kΩ Nominal Intput Level -20 dBV Nominal Output Level -20 dBV Noise Floor* -96 dBV Bypass True Hardwire Current Draw 5 mA Power Supply 9 volts DC
MXR M109 6B Equalizer Guitar Effects Pedal
£44.91 off RRP
MXR M109 6B Equalizer Guitar Effects PedalThe MXR 6-Band EQ covers all the essential guitar frequencies, with each slider ready to deliver +/-18dB of cut or boost for incredible control over your sound. This pedal is ideal for creating scooped-mid rhythm tones with massive low end. It can also add natural sounding warmth to a quacky acoustic pickup and eliminate onstage feed-back. You can also use the 6-Band EQ in the effects loop of your amp for a huge, sculptable lead boost. 18dB of serious cut or boost Create scooped-mid rhythm tones with massive low endAt Bonners Music we are finding these MXR Guitar Effects Pedals superb.We make sure we have them in stock or on order. Here at Bonners Music we offer next day delivery to mainland UK. Call now on 01323 636141 to order your new MXR guitar Effects Pedal today. Input Impedance 470 kΩ Output Impedance 5 kΩ Max Input Level 0 dBV Max Output Level 0 dBV Noise Floor* -95 dBV Bypass Hardwire Current Draw 3 mA Power Supply 9 volts DC
MXR M236 Super Badass Variac Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal
£49.55 off RRP
MXR M236 Super Badass Variac Fuzz Guitar Effects PedalThe MXR Super Badass Variac Fuzz is a dream come true for guitar players chasing vintage fuzz tone. This tasty fuzz is aggressive and biting, and with the twist of a knob, you can drag it into that “dying battery” territory much prized by tonechasers—no need to manage a collection of half-dead batteries. To create the Super Badass Variac Fuzz, the MXR design team dusted off a rare vintage silicon circuit, tuned it up, and added a Variac control so you can set the pedal’s voltage anywhere from 5 to 15V. For that wonderful saggy fuzz effect you get as a 9V battery loses its power, just lower the voltage by turning the Variac knob counterclockwise. Increasing the voltage raises the effect’s headroom, opening up the fuzz for a more transparent sound at 15V. The MXR Super Badass Variac Fuzz’s simple interface is rounded out with Tone, Output, and Gain controls, and it all comes in a road-ready housing with true bypass switching. Set voltage from 5V–15V Lower voltage for “dying battery” effect Increase voltage for more headroom & clarityAt Bonners Music we are finding these MXR Guitar Effects Pedals superb.We make sure we have them in stock or on order. Here at Bonners Music we offer next day delivery to mainland UK. Call now on 01323 636141 to order your new MXR guitar Effects Pedal today.
MXR M238 ISO Brick Effects Multi Power Supply
£31.00 off RRP
MXR M238 ISO Brick Multi Effects Power Supply The MXR M238 Iso-Brick Power Supply is small and light with tons of quiet, noise-free DC power on tap ready to run a wide range of pedal types without crowding or weighing down your pedalboard. Each of the MXR M238 Iso-Brick Power Supply's 10 outputs is fully isolated, eliminating gig-ending ground loop noise. Whether analog or digital, positive or negative ground, this power box has you covered. The MXR team broke down these 10 outputs to accommodate a variety of voltage and current requirements: two 9V outputs at 100mA, two 9V outputs at 300mA, two 9V outputs at 450mA, two 18V outputs at 250mA, and two variable outputs adjustable from 6V to 15V at 250mA. The two variable outputs can be used to emulate voltage drained battery effect sought by many vintage tonechasers. On top of all that, the MXR M238 Iso-Brick Power Supply comes in a small, lightweight housing that's built like a tank. Features power on/off and connection status LEDs. Put this little box on your pedalboard to make sure it runs reliably and quietly gig after gig. INPUT 18V @ 2 Amps regulated supply (positive barrel negative center 5.5mm x 2.1mm plug) OUTPUTS 6-15V @ 250mA (2) 18V @ 250mA (2) 9V @ 450mA (2) 9V @ 300mA (2) 9V @ 100mA (2) (all positive barrel negative center 5.5mm x 2.1mm)
MXR M239 ISO Brick Mini Power Supply
£25.92 off RRP
MXR M239 ISO Brick Mini Power Supply The MXR Mini Iso-Brick Power Supply supplies quiet, noise free DC power to wide range of pedal types while taking up less space than a candy bar. Whether you need a space saving solution for your downsized travel board or you just need to power a small, carefully curated selection of tried and true staples, this little box has what you need. The M239 Mini Iso-Brick Power Supply has five, and each is fully isolated to eliminate obnoxious, gig ending ground loop noise. Four of the outputs supply 9 volts of power at 300mA, while a fifth can be set to provide either 9 volts or 18 volts at 800mA depending on your needs. With a generous amount of current on tap and the ability to handle both negative and positive grounds, these outputs will accommodate almost any pedal, analog or digital. And don’t let the five outputs restrict you—if you need to add an extra pedal, the MXR Mini Iso-Brick Power Supply has you covered. It comes with a splitter cable that can be used to connect two pedals to a single output, provided they require the same voltage and you don’t exceed the output's current rating. You can do this with all of the outputs simultaneously—just purchase the extra cables to do so. Finally, troubleshooting can be a hassle on dark stages, so the Mini Iso-Brick Power Supply comes equipped with LEDs to let you know that all your connections are solid. Combine that with a lightweight housing that's built like a tank, and you can step on stage with confidence that your pedalboard will stay powered from gig to gig. Model: MXR M239 ISO Brick Mini Input 18V At 2 Amps regulated supply (positive barrel negative center 5.5mm x 2.1mm plug) Outputs 9-18V @ 800mA (switched) (4) 9V @ 300 mA (all positive barrel negative center 5.5mm x 2.1mm)
MXR M251 FOD Drive Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal
£44.40 off RRP
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MXR M251 FOD Drive Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal Stock due late November. Order your MXR FOD Overdrive pedal now. To be able to run two amps together, combining their drive and tone to find new sounds that really sound full and rich is always an ideal setup for both the stage and studio. Pro guitar players are often in this position of being able to play around with mixing their favorite amps together for one big full tone, be it for rhythm or lead tones. MXR have managed to do this in a pedal format for all us guitar players to be able to use. Combing the sonic tones of two hot rodded tube amps from top brands. Top engineers from the MXR team have had in their possession two heavily modded amps, one for super high gain drive and the other amp modified for punchy midrange. Combining these sonically MXR have developed the MXR FOD Drive pedal. The MXR FOD Drive is the result of their efforts. Painstakingly recreating each amplifier in pedal circuit form, the MXR engineers fit them into a single housing as separate channels—High Gain and Crunch Gain. Each channel has its own Gain and Volume controls so that you can dial in just the right sonic signature for each side. The Blend control then allows you to set the mix ratio of the two signals just like having two separate amps running into a mixing box. The Tone knob sets the EQ for the overall output signal, and the Scoop switch allows you to choose between flat, scooped, or boosted midrange voices.
MXR M293 Booster Mini Guitar Pedal
MXR M293 Booster Mini Guitar Pedal This brand new MXR M293 Booster Mini Guitar Effects Pedal is the combination of two of MXR's great pedals. With the preamp of the Echoplex and the signal boosting of the MXR Micro Amp you have a light weight space saving pedal. The MXR M293 has +25db of boosting power with the tone control rolling off the highs. To add a little extra grit to your signal, adjust the internal Echoplex Preamp level control. MXR M293 Booster Pedal Spec's Input Impedance 800 kΩ Output Impedance < 120 Ω Max Input Level +6 dBV Max Output Level +20 dBV Noise Floor* -82 dBV (+19.5 dB gain) Power Requirements 12.5 mA @ 9VDC
MXR M294 Sugar Drive Mini Overdrive Guitar Pedal
£15.00 off RRP
MXR M294 Sugar Drive Mini Overdrive Guitar Effects Pdeal New for 2018 and launched at NAMM Show The MXR Sugar Drive provides a diverse range of clear and transparent overdrive tones, from sauced up boosting to blown-tube distortion. It’s based on a rare overdrive pedal that has acquired a mythical reputation among fanatical tone-seekers thanks to its unique circuit design. The key elements of that circuit design are the Drive control and something called a charge pump. First, the Drive control on this pedal doesn’t just increase the intensity of the overdrive pedal. It starts with your clean signal and then blends it with the overdrive effect as you turn it up, replicating the smooth transition of an amplifier going from clean to dirty. The charge pump increases overall headroom, which opens everything up nicely. Of course, MXR had to put the MXR touch on this circuit. If you’re all about true bypass, then you’re in luck—this pedal uses it by default. The original used buffered bypass, though, and MXR knew there’s a lot of players out there who don’t want to fix something that isn’t broken. They’re in luck, too—just flick the Buffer switch on the side of the pedal to enable buffered bypassing.
MXR M296 Classic 108 Fuzz Mini Guitar Effects Pedal
MXR M296 Classic 108 Fuzz Mini Guitar Effects Pedal New for 2018 launched at the NAMM Show Now in an MXR mini housing, the MXR Classic 108 Fuzz gives you all the same vintage fuzz tones in a much smaller footprint. Like its larger predecessor, it’s loaded with the silicon BC-108 transistor for a round and dirty crunch. This MXR Classic 108 Fuzz also has the same no-nonsense control interface—just crank the Volume and Fuzz controls to your liking and start riffing. Use the Buffer switch on the side to make the fuzz play nice with wah pedals.
MXR M299 Carbon Copy Mini Analog Delay Guitar Effects Pedal
£38.40 off RRP
2 In Stock
MXR M299 Carbon Copy Mini Analog Delay Guitar Effects Pedal Honey, I Shrunk The Best Selling Analogue Delay of All-Time! Inimitable titans of guitar effects pedals both past and present have gone and done it yet again. It�d be a pretty easily defensible argument to state that MXR�s Carbon Copy is one of the best analogue delay pedals ever made. It�s simplicity coupled with it�s puritanically faithful tonality has made it a favourite for guitarists all over the planet since its release in 2009. It�s well made, versatile, authentic, easy-to-use, and now, it is also tiny. Everything is in Proportion Moving flawlessly with the times, MXR have decided to miniaturise their Carbon Copy thus allowing it to fit into any rig with ease. Crucially though, they have done this whilst preserving, and even enhancing in some ways, all of the tonality of the original along with all of its functions and flexibility. You�ll find all of the same controls from the original present on it�s new shrunken sibling. You�ve got the same three knobs to control the "Mix", "Regen", and "Delay". You�ll also still find the same button to engage the �Mod� function which injects the repeats with a beautiful analogue warble. Additionally, and new to the mini, you�ll also encounter a bright switch. This can be used, as the name suggests, to brighten the traditionally dark bucket-brigade tone of the original. What is a Bucket-Brigade? Technically, it�s the name given to a series of people who form a line to pass a bucket of water from one to another, perhaps from a river to a fire. It also just so happens to be the name given to a technique of creating a delay effect. The latter came about in the late �60s and derived its name from the former. The invention of the bucket-brigade technique served, predominantly, as a force to allow delay effects to be more manageable, portable, and affordable. Until the emergence of the bucket-brigade circuit, delay was created using magnetic tape and recording heads in a sequence. This was quite a costly procedure both financially and spatially. You needed big reels, a lot of power, and a near constant supply of magnetic tape. A few other techniques popped up here and there but nothing was quite as revolutionary as the bucket-brigade method. How Does the Bucket-Brigade Work? Functionally, the bucket-brigade system works similarly to the tape systems of old only it utilises capacitors rather than tape. Your signal is stored and then passed through a series of capacitors to repeat the note at the desired intervals. Because of its use of analog components, the bucket-brigade delays have a naturally dark, moody echo that gets darker and moodier with each repeat. This is a sound that they have become famous and adored for as it creates a lovely warm, slightly imperfect repeat which feels somewhat human. This darker, murkier sound has become something held onto by a lot of professional gigging and studio guitarists alike. It has become a bastion of delay to balance tone with ease of use. The older tape delays are prohibitively expensive and heavy and the newer digital delays are much brighter and more perfect in their reproduction of the delayed note. The Mini Monster If you�re looking for soulful, murky, characterful analogue delay but are limited for board real-estate, look no further than the Carbon Copy Mini from MXR. It has all the class leading tone and functionality of the original in a chassis that is a fraction of the size. You also cover all bases with the inclusion of the bright switch which allows you to dial in the perfect amount of sharpness for any rig or scenario. Why Bonners? Here at Bonners Music, you have the opportunity to try one of these great MXR effects pedals yourself. Just give us a call on 01323 636141 or better still, visit our showroom! If you can't see the MXR pedal listed that you are after just call 01323 636141 for availability and the best price. Model MXR M299 Carbon Copy Mini Delay SKU: MXRM299 Input Impedance: 1M ohm Output Impedance: 1kohm Max Input Level: +5 dBV, 500 Hz Max Output Level: +8 dBV Mix at Max CW: -96 dBV Mix at Max CCW: -104 dBV Delay Distortion: <1%, 1 kHz -5 dBV Input Delay Time: 20 ms to 600 ms Noise Reduction: 2:1 ratio Modulation Speed: 0.2 Hz to 2.2 Hz Bypass: True Hardwire Current Draw: 26 mA Power Supply: 9 volts DC
MXR M300 Reverb Guitar Effects Pedal
£53.79 off RRP
MXR M300 Reverb Guitar Effects PedalThe MXR Reverb packs six distinct, exquisitely-crafted high end reverb styles into a Phase 90-sized box package with a simple three-knob setup, a hi-fi analog dry path, and an expression output so you can blend setting configurations. Six meticulously crafted reverbs in one pedal Hi-fi analog and digital audio paths Dry path is 100% analog Studio-grade low noise floor Relay true bypass and delay trails modes Expression pedal jack for foot control of all knob settings Stereo In/Out capability when using TRS cablesAt Bonners Music we are finding these MXR Guitar Effects Pedals superb.We make sure we have them in stock or on order. Here at Bonners Music we offer next day delivery to mainland UK. Call now on 01323 636141 to order your new MXR guitar Effects Pedal today.
MXR M68 Univibe Chorus Vibrato Guitar Effects Pedal
£57.51 off RRP
MXR M68 Univibe Chorus Vibrato Guitar Effects Pedal The MXR M68 Uni-Vibe Chorus/Vibrato is one of the most iconic effects in music history. Since the late '60s, groundbreaking guitar players have used it to expand the tonal and textural palette of the electric guitar. The MXR team has just remastered the classic effect for modern players. The MXR Chorus/Vibrato delivers the same chewy, Leslie-sounding goodness with a smaller footprint. With its simple three-knob interface, you can dial up the iconic effect to your taste in short order. First, use the VIBE switch to select either Chorus Mode—dry signal mixed with pitch-shifted signal—or Vibrato Mode—only pitch-shifted signal. Then, use the LEVEL control to set the effect volume, the SPEED control to set the sweep rate, and the DEPTH control to set overall intensity. The MXR M68 Uni-Vibe Chorus/Vibrato comes in a Phase 90-sized housing—a fraction of the size and weight of the original Uni-Vibe pedal and features true bypass switching. Perfect for taking this lush, swirly pedal out on the road. Iconic Chorus/Vibrato true to the classic late '60s tone Simple three-knob interface True bypass At Bonners Music we are finding these MXR Guitar Effects Pedals superb.We make sure we have them in stock or on order. Here at Bonners Music we offer next day delivery to mainland UK. Call now on 01323 636141 to order your new MXR guitar Effects Pedal today. Input Impedance 1 MΩ Output Impedance 5 kΩ Max Input 0 dBV Max Output 8 dBV Noise Floor* -94 dBV Speed Control 0.5 Hz to 10.5 Hz Bypass True Hardwire Current Draw 5 mA Power Supply 9 volts DC
MXR M77 Custom Badass Modified Overdrive o.d
£33.59 off RRP
MXR M77 Custom Badass Modified Overdrive Guitar Effects PedalThe MXR Custom Badass M77 Modified Overdrive—a classic overdrive circuit with modern modifications for improved performance and versatility. For added flexibility, we’ve added a 100HZ cut and boost control that allows for a more focused EQ when cut, or a beefier tone when boosted. The Bump switch engages an alternate EQ voicing that boosts the lows and mids. Put it in front of the '78 Custom Badass Distortion for a slew of amp-like gain structures that won't mask your tone. Experience overdrive nirvana courtesy of the MXR Custom Badass team. “My tone has never been better, and I ain't just sayin that. That Badass Overdrive is THE BEST distortion tone I’ve ever had. Its amazing!” - Nashville session ace Chuck Ward. 100HZ cut and boost control allows tonal fine-tuning BUMP switch engages alternate voicing for a low and mid-range boost True BypassAt Bonners Music we are finding these MXR Guitar Effects Pedals superb.We make sure we have them in stock or on order. Here at Bonners Music we offer next day delivery to mainland UK. Call now on 01323 636141 to order your new MXR guitar Effects Pedal today. Input Impedance 1 MΩ Output Impedance <7.5 kΩ Noise Floor*>87 dB Tone Control ± 8 dB at 2.7 KHz 100HZ Control ± 24 dB at 100 Hz Bump Button +6 dB low ~ mid boost-3 dB at 540 kHz Gain Control ± 25 dB range at 100 Hz Bypass True Hardwire Power Draw <4 mA Power Supply 9 volt DC