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You've got the guitar, you've got the amp…but still something's missing. Perhaps it's that fuzz tone, or tremolo sound that you hear on CD but cannot quite get right with your current setup? Perhaps you've wondered how your guitar hero goes from rhythm to lead and back again. The answer is the effects pedal. We can't begin to describe all the effects we have available – we sell over 1200, but we have categorized them for you. Generally speaking they fall into 4 different varieties: 1) pedals that make things more distorted/overdriven/fuzzed. 2) Pedals that add some ambience to the guitar sound – echo or reverb. 3) Pedals that take the sound & change its tone, either chorus, flange, tremolo or phase. 4) Pedals that add compression to your guitar signal, which can help sustain the notes longer without adding distortion to your guitar sound. There are also Multi Effects Pedals that contain more than one pedal, usually in a single box. As with everything we sell, all our Effects are supported by our price & satisfaction guarantees and free standard shipping now applies to all orders over $25, including many heavy items.
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Tube tone, response, and dynamics!
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