Made for musicians looking to get more out of their pedals, Rockett effects were created out of a dissatisfaction with what was currently available on the market at the time. By consulting other top musicians, finding out what's actually important in an effect, the current Rockett lineup is a combination the feedback received as well as efficient design, creating unique tones that truly cut through. As they say themselves, their goal isn’t just to make pedals but to inspire artists everywhere.
With the bulk of their pedals being overdrive, distortion, fuzz and boost effects, you'll also find echo and tremolo pedals in this section. For a top rated recommendation, check out the stellar Blue Note Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal. Blues through and through, this pedal has a very "woodsy" sound and can achieve more gain than a regular tube screamer. Featuring multiple tone-shaping dials and an extra-durable construction, this pedal is a favorite of many musicians.
On the other hand, if you're looking to add some vintage echo to your sound, you'll be more than impressed with the Alien Echo Guitar Effects Pedal. With a vintage analog tone and random modulation, it's also footswitchable allowing you to change effects whenever you see fit. It's unlike any other pedal you've ever used.
Finally, if you're looking to emulate a top performer, someone like Nashville solo artist Guthrie Trapp, you'll be happy to find an option like the Guthrie Trapp Signature Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal. Designed specifically for Guthrie himself, this simple-looking pedal has a wide tonal range and has an extremely rugged construction. Unobtrusive in design and easy to use, you'll have a professional edge every time you plug into it.
Preferred by the likes of ZZ Top legend Billy Gibbons, Brad Stewart of Fuel, David Lee Roth guitarist Brian Young and so many other headliners, Rockett has made a name for themselves as a quality effects manufacturer. So if you're like Rockett and have grown tired of what's currently available in terms of pedals, go with the effects made for and by real musicians... go with Rockett.