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Other Effects

Other Effects

Here you can find pedals which hardly fit in any of our other categories. Most of there effects are especially interesting for experimental and/or electronic musicians.
  1. Electro Harmonix - Mono Synth Guitar Synthesizer

    €135.00
    Incl. 19% Tax

    makes your guitar sound like an organ. Really.

    Out of stock

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  2. Dr. Scientist - Boostbot

    €149.00
    Incl. 19% Tax

    The BoostBot is an always on buffer/booster/level meter that features the clean and clear sounding boost circuit from our Reverberator pedal. 20db of clean Boost.

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  3. WMD - Geiger Counter PRO

    €499.00
    Incl. 19% Tax

    The WMD Geiger Counter is an entirely new sound and it will blow your mind. It is basically a loud modern preamp driving a digital wave destroyer, creating sounds which range from nice to total madness.

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  4. Dwarfcraft Devices - WITCH SHIFTER

    €279.00
    Incl. 19% Tax

    It’s more than a pitch shifter, it’s an engine of creation.

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  5. Meris - ENZO Multi-Voice Instrument Synthesizer

    €359.00
    Incl. 19% Tax

    Multi-Voice Instrument Synthesizer

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  6. Rainger FX - Air Space Invader 2

    €149.00
    Incl. 19% Tax

    Guitar overdrive with unique synthy edge

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  7. EarthQuaker Devices - Aqueduct Vibrato

    €239.00
    Incl. 19% Tax

    Vintage-inspired pitch vibrato with eight modulation modes

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  8. Alexander Pedals - Wavelength Modulation

    €229.00
    Incl. 19% Tax

    More. That’s the best way we can describe the sounds and features of the Wavelength. We took everything from our Waveland Multi-Modulator and blew it up larger than life, while keeping it the exact same size.

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  9. Rainger FX - Bleep with Igor controller

    €179.00
    Incl. 19% Tax

    Using the same full-on fuzz circuit from the Dr Freakenstein Fuzz pedal, it has more low-end, the LFO speed is adjustable on-the-fly, and the chip-destablising ‘bleep’ facility is now accessible via a front panel knob.

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