Stereo Chorus Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

Boss CH-1 Stereo Super Chorus - Guitar Effect Pedal Stomp Box

Stereo Chorus Guitar Pedals are used to recreate the sound of multiple notes being played at the same time with similar pitch and time factors. When the effect is produced successfully, none of the constituent sounds are perceived as being out of tune. This creates a rich, shimmering effect that would be absent if the sound came from a single source. The chorus effect pedal is one of the most popular effects used by guitarists. It can be used to shape the sound and to create interesting effects within songs … Review Info and Prices

Analog Chorus Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

Analog Chorus Guitar Pedals are used to recreate the sound of multiple notes being played at the same time with similar pitch and time factors. When the effect is produced successfully, none of the constituent sounds are perceived as being out of tune. This creates a rich, shimmering effect that would be absent if the sound came from a single source. Chorus effect pedals are one of the most popular effects that are used by guitarists and they can be used to shape the sound and to create interesting effects … Review Info and Prices

Buffer Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

Guitar Buffer Pedal - Avoid Tone Sucking in your guitar signal chain.

Why do you need a buffer pedal? It is all about your guitar signal chain and the effect of impedance on the signal from the guitar pickups to the amplifier input socket. The impedance generated by everything involved in that chain will ultimately effect the overall guitar tone, leading to a loss of high end frequencies. A buffer guitar pedal is a tiny amplifier that isolates the incoming high impedance signal sent from the guitar, preserving the strength of the signal. A buffer is not the first effect a guitar … Review Info and Prices

Slapback Echo Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

Robert Keeley Memphis Sun Verb Slapback Echo Pedal

Well that’s alright My Mama, That’s alright with you……..If you are dreaming of picking up your guitar and playing some 50s Rock and Roll or Rockabilly tunes then you will need to buy a good quality Slapback Echo Guitar Pedal for your pedal board. Likewise, if you want to recreate those iconic Country guitar twang riffs of the 70s you will need to grab your compressor pedal and hook it up to a slapback echo pedal before you can get out on the range. Slapback Echo is not the same … Review Info and Prices

DI Guitar Pedals (Direct Input) – Guitar Effects

Mooer Micro DI Direct Input Guitar Pedal Effect Stomp Box

DI Guitar Pedals or a direct input pedal can be a very useful tool for a gigging and recording guitarist. Depending on the DI design and features, the primary role is to take the input guitar signal from the guitar, the end of your pedal board or guitar amp output and feed this directly to a mixing desk. This allows the guitar sound to be amplified further by the venue PA system or to be recorded in the studio without the need for the guitar amps to be turned fully … Review Info and Prices

Digital Chorus Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

NUX Mini Core Rivulet Digital Chorus Guitar Pedal Analog Chorus Effect

Digital Chorus Guitar Pedals are used to recreate the sound of multiple notes being played at the same time with similar pitch and time factors. When the effect is produced successfully, none of the constituent sounds are perceived as being out of tune. This creates a rich, shimmering effect that would be absent if the sound came from a single source. Chorus effect pedals or stompboxes are one of the most popular effects that are used by guitarists. When used correctly it can be used to shape the sound and … Review Info and Prices

Blues Overdrive Guitar Pedals – Guitar FX

Boss BD-2 Blues Driver Guitar Effects Pedal

Blues Overdrive Guitar Pedals are used to recreate the rich warm tones that were generated by vintage valve guitar amplifiers back in the 50s and 60s by the famous US blues guitar players.  There are a wide range of blues overdrive pedals and blues crunch pedals on the market from a large number of manufacturers. The Boss BD-2 blues driver pedal is a popular example of this style of effect pedal. There are many styles and manufacturers of Blues Overdrive Guitar Pedals to consider from many different suppliers, you can check out the full … Review Info and Prices

Bass Guitar Effect Pedals – Bass Effects

Asmuse Guitar Multi Effect Pedal MG100 Profession

There are a number of standard guitar effect pedal types which have been modified to be used with a bass guitar. These Bass Guitar Effect Pedals are designed with special circuitry which can handle the low frequency sounds which are generated by heavy bass guitar strings. The low frequency sonic characteristics of a bass guitar mean that guitar FX’s must be modified to work cleanly with this guitar type. There are many style and manufacturers of Bass Effect Pedals & Bass Guitar Effects to consider. Review the product price comparison … Review Info and Prices

Auto Wah Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

Keeley Neutrino Auto Wah Pedal - Boutique Guitar Stomp Box Effect

Auto Wah Guitar Pedals generate a unique effect which became popular in the 60s and is still used today. A wah pedal alters the tone and frequencies of the input guitar signal to create a distinctive sound, mimicking a human saying “wah-wah“. The pedal rocking motion sweeps the peak response of a frequency filter up and down in frequency to create the sound. The standard wah effect is controlled by movement of the player’s foot on a rocking pedal connected to a variable resistor. With changes in technology companies started to … Review Info and Prices

Analog Delay Effect Guitar Pedals – Guitar FX

DOD Rubberneck Electric Guitar Analog Delay Pedal  -  Guitar Effect Stomp Box

The solid state analog delay guitar pedals became popular in the 1970s and were created to replace tape echo effect machines that were used by early guitarists to give a echo to the guitar signal chain. Solid-state Analog Delay Effect Guitar Pedals use BBD bucket-brigade silicone chips. Solid-state analog delay pedals are less flexible than digital delay pedals and generally have shorter delay times. The vintage Boss DM-2 delay pedal are still sought after for their “warmer”, more natural echo quality and progressively decaying echos. Review the full range of analog delay guitar effect pedals.There are many style and manufacturers … Review Info and Prices

Amp Simulator Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

An Amp Simulator Guitar Pedals can be used with a standard guitar amp to recreate the sounds generated by a wide range of famous and vintage guitar amplifier designs from the single pedal. This type of guitar effect pedal is a multi purpose effect pedal is perfect for practice, studio work and gigs. This opens the door to experiment with a lot of different amplifier settings without the expense of going and buying guitar amplifiers from many different manufacturers. These pedals can be used with different guitar amp types and as part of a pedal … Review Info and Prices

Plexi Crunch Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

CP-27 Caline Sand Storm Crunch Distortion Pedal

Plexi Crunch Guitar Pedals or a crunch distortion pedal is used by a guitarist to replicate the sound of a vintage valve guitar amp being driven very hard. This would emulate the pre-amplifier tubes being driven to maximum gain and the resulting distorted sound being passed to the power output tubes creating a crunchy blues tones at the speakers. Plexi Crunch Guitar Pedals are popular with both blues and rock guitarists who do not have the ability to use a vintage tube amplifier and so use the blues effect pedal in the signal chain to recreate the sounds of … Review Info and Prices

Guitar Signal Compressor Pedals – Guitar Effects

Boss Cs-3 Compressor and Sustain Pedal - Guitar Effec t Pedal Stomp Box

Guitar Signal Compressor Pedals are most commonly used to enhance the sound of a clean guitar making the notes last longer and also suppressing sharp or loud notes, hence compressing them in to a set level making the sound smoother. Notes that are played with a clean guitar tone often lack sustain and begin to decay quickly after the guitar string is plucked. Using a guitar compression pedal will also extend the life of the guitar note by raising the volume as it decays, and sometimes they are mixed together as compressor pedal and sustain pedal, squashing the loud … Review Info and Prices

Guitar Effect Pedal Power Supply – Guitar Effects

Guitar Pedal Power Supply - Exqline Effect Pedal Board Power Supply 10 Isolated DC Output for 9V/12V/18V Effect Pedal Power with Bright Blue LED Isolated Short Circuit/Overcurrent Protection

There are many style and manufacturers of Guitar Effect Pedal Power Supply to consider. Review the product price comparison list for individual pedals or click on the product grid that is shown below to jump straight in and buy your new pedal power supply. If you are planning a guitar pedal board then you will need to look at pedal power supplies or you will spend a fortune on batteries. When choosing a power supply for your guitar effect pedals it is important to consider that the pedal power supply can affect the electronic circuit within the … Review Info and Prices

EQ Graphic Equaliser Pedals – Guitar Effects

MXR 10-Band EQ Silver Guitars Effects Pedal M108S

EQ Graphic Equaliser Pedals are used to shape and boost the range of frequencies that are generated by the guitar signal chain. An EQ pedal can be used to improve the sound quality based on the room, hall or venue that a performance is taking place. An EQ pedal can also be used to eliminate hum, noise and feedback problems in the guitar signal chain. A guitarist will use an equalizer pedal to shape the frequency response from the guitar or pedal board before it enters the amplifier. By using … Review Info and Prices

Echo Effect Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

Echo Effect Guitar Pedals are used create multiple reflections of the guitar signal chain to thicken the sound before it enters the guitar amplifier. Echo pedals typically includes settings for mix, time and feedback. Models can range in price from the cheap Ammoon Echo Delay Pedal to the high quality boutique echo pedals like the Keeley Mag Echo and the Pigtronix Echolution Pro. Echo effects were first created in the 60s using tape machines with a loop that recorded and then played back the guitar notes. These early echo machines were very unreliable with broken and … Review Info and Prices

Drums Effect Pedals- Auto Drummer / Metronome

Mooer Micro Drummer ·  Guitar Pedal Effect Stomp Box

Drums Effect Pedals are used to provide a beat and drum track to accompany a solo performance or to back up a band who do not have a drummer. A guitarist can use a drums pedal to provide a regular fixed tempo and rhythm to his practice and solo work. Typically a drums pedal will have a tap function for you to set the desired BPM and possibly a selection switch to select the style of drummer you require. For example the Mooer micro drummer pedal has 11 different music … Review Info and Prices

Guitar Pick Up Booster Driver Pedals – Guitar Effects

Seymour Duncan Pickup Booster Pedal Guitar Signal Path Effect

Guitar Pick Up Booster Driver Pedals, or as they are sometimes know, a  boost pedal or driver pedal, are propably the simplest of all gain-based guitar pedals – boosters do exactly what they say. That said they are a vital part of the guitar players pedal board as boosting the guitar signal, cleanly, can have a dramatic effect on the following pedals like fuzz and distortion. A booster can be used to eliminate some of the problems that are experienced with long cable runs and miss matches in the impedance of different … Review Info and Prices

Distortion Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

Electro Harmonix Holy Stain Guitar Multi-Effects Pedal with Distortion/Reverb/Pitch/Tremolo

See below a range of Distortion Guitar Pedals. A guitar distortion pedal takes the input from pickups or somewhere along the guitar signal chain, boosts the gain up and then generates a “fuzzy”, “growling”, or “gritty” tone. A distortion effect pedal can be used to replicate an over driven vintage valve guitar amplifier. Guitarists playing electric blues guitar in bands originally obtained a distorted sound by turning up their valve guitar amps to very high volumes, which caused the signal to distort and break up. Distortion guitar pedals were developed to replicate this sound without … Review Info and Prices

Looper Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

Digitech TRIO Plus Band Creator Guitar Pedal with Looper

Looper Guitar Pedals are used to record then replay a musical passage in a loop, over and over, so it can be used along with your vocal or solo work. They are mostly used by solo artists however some guitarists use them to repeat a riff of sequence during a performance. Solo artists use them to provide additional background sound to their performance. The pedal is first set to record mode and a musical passage or riff is played and recorded into the looped pedal. The pedal switch is then … Review Info and Prices

Heavy Metal Distortion Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

GWIres GHM3 Heavy Metal Distortion and Boost Guitar Pedal - Black

Heavy Metal Distortion Guitar Pedalsare typically used by a rock guitarist to replicate the sounds of the 80s british heavy metal guitar style that was made popular by bands like Iron Maiden, Saxon and Judas priest. The heavy metal distortion pedal will take the input guitar signal and increase the gain to a high level driving the pre-amp stage of the guitar amplifier creating a heavily distorted and fuzz sound. These pedals can also be used to boost the signal during solo work. Pedals to look out for include the TC Electronic … Review Info and Prices

High Gain Distortion Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

Boss DS-1X Distortion Special Edition Electric Guitar Effects Pedal

See below a range of High Gain Distortion Guitar Pedals. A high gain distortion pedal takes the input from pickups or somewhere along the guitar signal chain, boosts the gain up and then generates a “fuzzy”, “growling”, or “gritty” tone. A distortion effect pedal can be used to replicate an over driven vintage valve guitar amplifier. These high gain distortion pedals have an additional boost feature to take the gain to extreme levels. The pedals can be used for solo work and are a valuable addition to any guitarist hoping to play blues, rock, heavy … Review Info and Prices

Fuzz Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

See below our range of Fuzz Guitar Pedals. A guitar fuzz pedal takes the input guitar signal chain, boosts the gain and then generates a “fuzzy”, “growling”, or “gritty” tone. A guitar fuzz box can be used to replicate an over driven valve guitar amplifier. Guitarists playing electric blues originally obtained an distorted sound by turning up their vintage valve guitar amps to very high volumes, which caused the signal to distort and break up. Fuzz pedals were developed to replicate this sound without the need for high volume and are now a key part of … Review Info and Prices

Flanger Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

Flanger Guitar Pedals mix two identical signals together, one signal delayed by a small and gradually changing period, usually smaller than 20ms. This produces a sweeping filter effect where peaks and notches are produced in the frequency spectrum of the guitar signal chain. Varying the time delay setting causes the two signals to sweep up and down the frequency spectrum. Part of the output signal is usually fed back to the input producing a resonance effect which further enhances the intensity of the peaks and troughs. The phase of the … Review Info and Prices

Lo-Fi Filter Guitar Pedals – Guitar Effects

Lo-Fi Filter Guitar Pedals, while not being overly popular with guitarists can add certain tonal and frequency shapes that may suit some styles of music. Guitar filter or envelope pedals can totally transform your guitar tone and with extreme settings they can make your guitar sound like a completely different instrument. Essentially boosting frequencies with a moveable sweep, with a filter effect pedal you can enhance certain areas of your EQ to bring out harmonic overtones. There are various styles of filter guitar pedal to choose from including envelope filters which have a very … Review Info and Prices