Danelectro Fab Echo Features:
Rugged and sharp design Mix and repeat controls Large, springy button
9V operation, battery (not included) or optional adaptor Rubber base
Gives a new definition to the word "SCREAM"!
It faithfully re-creates the Foxx Tone Machine from the early '70s, the best 'octave up' effect of all time. For piercing, shrieking, scalp-searing solos, you NEED this machine.
Total equalization is just a toe tap away!
The Danelectro DJ14 Fish and Chips EQ Pedal has 7-band graphic equalization for stage or studio use. It is noise-free and includes 7 level controls for overall boost or cut of +/- 15. An in/out knob gives you intant EQ control.
The Planet Waves Chromatic Pedal Tuner is a sweep and strobe tuner with patent-pending intuitive rotary user interface housed in a rugged, road-worthy metal enclosure.
An oversized note name indicator and super-bright tuning LEDs combine to make on-stage tuning easy in all lighting conditions. Professional features like true hard bypass for preserved tone and dual 9v AC jacks make the Chromatic Tuner at home in any pedal board configuration. In Strobe mode, the played note appears in green on the oversized rotary display while red LEDs chase clockwise if you're sharp and counter-clockwise if you're flat. They slow down and finally stop as you nail the pitch. In Sweep mode, the LEDS sweep left or right indicating whether you're flat or sharp. A big, multi-segment note indicator in the center of the display is very legible when standing. The pedal activates the mute/bypass circuit while 3 controls above it select the tuning mode and user-selectable A435 A445 calibration. The Chromatic Pedal Tuner runs on an included 9V battery and has 9V I/O for daisy-chaining other pedals. With its large display and true bypass that doesn't mess with your tone, it's ideal for electric guitar players who have to perform in dark conditions and who use pedalboards.
MXR's M-102 Dyna Comp.
One of the most popular compressors of all time, the Dyna Comp is the secret weapon on many stars' pedalboards. This box will produce that percussive, clicky sound on a clean guitar that you've heard on so many pop hits. It also adds smooth sustain to lead lines.
MXR's M-103 Blue Box.
This is the crazy effect heard on Jimmy Page's "Fool In The Rain" solo. The Blue Box takes your guitar signal and duplicates it two octaves down for a huge, subterranean tone. The Blend knob lets you control how much of the effected tone you mix in with your dry signal. Not for the timid - there is truly nothing like the Blue Box.
MXR's M-104 Distortion +. This little yellow box is responsible for those great distortion sounds heard on so many classic recordings.
Set the Distortion control low and crank the Output knob to drive the front end of your amp for cool blues tones, or max out the Distortion knob for the tone that made Randy Rhoads famous. There still isn't any distortion unit on the market that sounds like the Distortion +.
MXR's M-115 Distortion III. Developed from the ground up using carefully selected components, the Distortion III delivers everything from sweet singing overdrive to massive distortion crunch!
It's natural and amp-like distortion is versatile enough to appeal to any playing style and transparent enough to let your guitar's personality shine through. Like all MXR pedals, the Distortion III features a heavy-duty casing, switch and jacks for a lifetime of use.
MXR's M-133 Micro Amp.
Adding a preset amount of gain with just a single control, the Micro Amp is a great way to boost your signal for lead work or adjust between two different guitars with unmatched output (i.e. humbuckers to single-coils). It can also provide a permanent boost in a long effects chain where signal dropoff is a problem.
Dunlop's Crybaby Wah Wah pedal.
When people talk about wah pedals, they're talking about the Crybaby Wahs. This is the one that created some of the most timeless sounds in rock. The pedal that would eventually become the Crybaby was first created in 1966 by engineers at the Thomas Organ Company. This new and expressive effect was an instant hit with players like Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, who have contributed to the Crybaby's Wah's huge popularity to this day. While other effects have come and gone, the Crybaby just keeps getting better with age.
Dunlop's 95Q Crybaby Wah Wah pedal.
We've taken the original Crybaby and added three of our most popular upgrades: the famous "Q" Control, which varies the intensity of the wah effect by adjusting the effect's bandpass shape; Volume Boost, for up to 15dB added gain; and our Auto-Return function that automatically engages the effect when you place your foot on the pedal. It all adds up to a versatile, great sounding wah.
Dunlop's 535Q Crybaby Muli-Wah pedal, in black finish.
The 535Q is the Swiss Army knife of wah pedals. It provides control over the most important wah parameters, making it easy for you to create your ultimate wah tone. Select the frequency center of the effect, then dial in the frequency range to be swept by the pedal. From narrow and sharp to broad and subtle, this amazing wah can deliver it. Once you've got your sound, make sure it gets heard with the adjustable, switchable boost that can create endless sustain on any note. This is the wah pedal of choice for guitar masters Joe Satriani, Jeff Beck, John 5, and Jim Root.
The Cry Baby Q Zone Fixed Wah provides the rich, resonant vocal tones of a fixed wah with even more control over your sound and the convenience of a stompbox.
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