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Guitar Pedals

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Guitar Pedals. Get inspired and try out new things.

If you’ve ever wondered how to build a guitar pedalboard or would like to know how to set up a pedalboard, we show you.

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Like the classic Echoplex EP-3 tape delay unit, the Dunlop EP103 Echoplex Delay pedal offers warm, modulated tape echo effects for iconic late '60s guitar tone. The EP103 Echoplex Delay can conjure everything from subtle chorusing and slapback effects to long, modulated echoes, and you can add an optional switch for tap tempo control. The Age knob varies the delay tone from bright and clean to dark and saturated. With a high-quality analog dry signal path, stereo compatibility, and more…

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A common question that comes up for guitarist getting into using effects is "What order should I put my pedals in and does it really matter?" The answer to the second question is yes and the order can change your tone depending on how you set it up. With that said, there is a "set" order you should put your pedals in, but this is more of a philosophy than a strict rule. I encourage you to move around your pedals and see how they behave in different positions on the pedal board. Now back to…

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There are a lot of great pedals out there manufactured by some of the well known manufacturers. Some of them can be relatively expensive which means there's a big market for guitar pedal clones. This can be done legally because very few circuits are actually patented, and only brand names / designs can be copyrighted.

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Want to get a great sound from your guitar? Here are the 6 best guitar pedals for guitar players looking to start building up their pedal board.

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A brief overview of some of the key colour and design characteristics of Boss's classic signature compact enclosure

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Next up in the MXR Custom Badass line is the Modified Overdrive—a classic overdrive circuit with modern modifications for improved performance and versatility. For added flexibility, we’ve added a 100HZ cut and boost control that allows for a more focused EQ when cut, or a beefier tone when boosted. The Bump switch engages an alternate EQ voicing that boosts the lows and mids. Put it in front of the '78 Custom Badass Distortion for a slew of amp-like gain structures that won't mask your…

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We list our picks for the top cheap guitar pedals, all of which fall under a reasonable price tag with a ton of value.

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Like the legendary Big Muff Pi of the '70s, the USA Big Muff Pi Pedal reissue has 3 controls that let you dial in the finest harmonic distortion/sustain ever produced. The Volume control adjusts the output level. The Sustain control optimizes the long sustain with just the right amount of harmonic distortion. The Tone control provides a range of sounds from warm bass to crisp treble.

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