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  • BOSS-DD-3T-Digital-Delay-Effects-Pedal-Front

    BOSS DD-3T Digital Delay Pedal

    Updated version of the original DD-3 Digital Delay pedal, with enhanced functionality for modern players
    £119.00
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  • Fender The Trapper Dual Fuzz Pedal Front

    Fender The Trapper Dual Fuzz Pedal

    Two discrete fuzz voices in one chassis, Anodised Aluminium construction, LED lightning, 9v battery (included) or AC Adaptor

    RRP: £129.00

    £116.99

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  • Fender Reflecting Pool Delay Reverb Pedal Front

    Fender Reflecting Pool Delay Reverb Pedal

    Combined Delay and Reverb pedal, Anodised Aluminium construction, LED lightning, Tap Tempo

    RRP: £259.00

    £225.00

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  • Electro Harmonix Mod 11 Modulation Pedal Front

    Electro Harmonix Mod 11 Modulation Pedal

    11 modulation types with multiple modes for each, Intuitive “hidden” parameters accessible through the Secondary Knob Mode, Tap Tempo, Includes EHX 9.6DC200mA power supply

    RRP: £141.00

    £132.99

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  • DOD Mini Volume Pedal Front

    DOD Mini Volume Pedal

    Gear Drive for reliable performance; Treble Bleed so high frequencies are maintained at lower volume; Ultra Compact size has same footprint as most pedals

    RRP: £89.00

    £75.05

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  • DOD Mini Expression Pedal Front

    DOD Mini Expression Pedal

    Gear Drive for reliable performance; 3-position multi resistance for wide range of compatibility; Linear 25kΩ/10kΩ potentiometer; Ultra Compact size has same footprint as most ...

    RRP: £89.00

    £76.49

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  • Boss BMIDI-5-35 TRS/MIDI Interconnecter Cable In Packaging

    Boss BMIDI-5-35 TRS/MIDI Interconnecter Cable

    Compatible with Boss 200 series pedals, Angled 3.5 mm TRS connector plus standard 5-pin male MIDI connector, 1.5 m / 5 feet length
    £17.00
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  • Boss SY-1 Compact Pedal Synthesiser Front

    Boss SY-1 Compact Pedal Synthesiser

    Authentic BOSS polyphonic guitar synth in a compact pedal, suitable for guitar or bass, 121 total sounds (11 types and 11 variations)
    £175.00
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  • Boss RC-10R Rhythm Loopstation Pedal Front

    Boss RC-10R Rhythm Loopstation Pedal

    Combines song-based looping and dynamic rhythms, small footprint, 280+ rhythms, Approx. 6 hours (stereo) recording time, 2 tracks, AC Adaptor included
    £263.00
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  • Boss MD-200 Modulation Pedal Front

    Boss MD-200 Modulation Pedal

    Twelve different modes; 32-bit AD/DA, 32-bit floating point processing, 96 kHz sampling rate, powerful insert function
    £219.00
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  • Boss EQ-200 Graphic Equaliser Pedal Front

    Boss EQ-200 Graphic Equaliser Pedal

    Dual 10-band EQs that can be used in stereo, parallel, or series; 32-bit AD/DA, 32-bit floating point processing, 96 kHz sampling rate, Customisable multi-function footswitches
    £219.00
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  • Boss DD-200 Digital Delay Pedal Front

    Boss DD-200 Digital Delay Pedal

    Twelve versatile delay modes, 32-bit AD/DA, 32-bit floating point processing, 96 kHz sampling rate, Phrase looper, Customisable multi-function footswitches
    £219.00
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Guitar Effects

Guitar Effects can be used to modify the tone, pitch, or sound of your instrument. These are available as effects pedals, built into guitar amplifiers, guitar amplifier simulation software, and rack-mount pre-amplifiers or multi effects processors. Probably the most popular and easy to use electric guitar effects are stomp box pedals. Usually offering a single effect in a foot switch-able enclosure. They tend to be easy to use, sound great but can be expensive when compared to multi effects processors. Multi effects generally give the guitar player most effects such as overdrive, distortion, delay, reverb, modulation, loop pedal and more! They usually take up less floor space than the equivalent number of single pedals. The down side? They are not quite so straight forward to set up and use. Sometimes they can sound a little bit digitally processed. Cheaper multi effects processors such as the Zoom G1N are a great introduction to the world of electric guitar effects at a very reasonable price. The mid range Zoom processors such as the G3X deliver high quality amp simulations, digital effects and a USB interface for your computer. There are multiple effects processors for bass and acoustic guitar also.