Nemphasis, based in Italy, was established in 2011 and designs guitar and bass pedals, power supplies and audio electronic devices. Their range of pedals includes buffer, boost, compression, overdrive, distortion, modulation and pre-amps. Website: www.nemphasis.com Links to other pages Choosing an effects pedal Effects pedals you need on your board ...

MXR, part of the Jim Dunlop company, have around 90 products in their range including boost, chorus, delay, distortion, fuzz, octave, overdrive, phaser, reverb and vibrato. Their best sellers include the Carbon Copy Delay, Phase 90, 6 Band Equaliser, Dyna Comp and Echoplex. They also produce EVH pedals and the Iso-brick power...

News February 2020 ThorpyFX continue their rise with two new pedals this spring – the Field Marshal and the Bunker. Both being inspired by Lovetone’s Big Cheese and Brown Source, respectively. The BUNKER is a MKII version of the Brown source drive pedal. It is smaller, louder and more tonally flexible....

Stone Deaf produced its first pedal, the PDF-1, in 2010, using active circuitry. This active technology has shaped the foundation their range of drive, distortion and fuzz pedals: Warp Drive, Kliptonite, Fig Fumb, Trashy Blonde and the successor to our first creation, the PDF-2. Guitar pedals produced by Stone Deaf are...

Rainger FX is a London-based guitar effects company, set up in 2009, designing and building new kinds of effects pedals for today’s electric guitarists. Their aim is to provide new sounds inspired by music around right now, with a totally distinctive visual style and use. Their first pedal was the Freakenstein...

Owen Electronics specialise in the design and manufacture of superior analogue effects pedals for guitar and bass. All effect pedals are totally hand-built to ensure exceptional quality and consistency of manufacture. The pedals are all original designs with unique sounds such as their Space Charge Distortion – a hybrid analogue pedal. Website: www.owenelectronics.co.uk Links...

Orange, famous for their range of amps, got into the pedal game only recently making a splash with their Bax Bangeetar pre-EQ, Kongpressor, Fur Coat and Getaway Driver offerings. Website: https://orangeamps.com Links to other pages Choosing an effects pedalEffects pedals you need on your boardOrange Amps ...

Morley are well known for their wah pedals producing a large range including mini pedals and signature models, including overdrive wah. Originally established in the 1970’s Morley have come up with many innovative and inventive pedals. Website: www.morleypedals.com Links to other pages Choosing an effects pedalEffects pedals you need on your board ...

Moog are well known for their ‘Moogerfooger’ and ‘Minifooger (MF) range of guitar effects pedals covering delay, chorus, flanger, tremolo, boost and drive. Robert Moog founded Moog Music which released the first commercial synthesizer back in 1964. Website: www.moogmusic.com Links to other pages Choosing an effects pedal Effects pedals you need on your board ...

News June 2019 Not to be outdone by Line6, Fractal Audio, Headrush and Zoom amongst others, Mooer has launched the GE300 multi-effects floor processor. It’s retail price is £749 but expect to pay less than £700. With over 100 amp models and over 160 high quality effects, together with a looper...