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Fender Mustang Micro Headphone Amp

Fender Mustang Micro Headphone Amp

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BOSS RC-1 Loop Station Pedal

BOSS RC-1 Loop Station Pedal

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Dunlop Original Cry Baby Wah GCB95

Dunlop Original Cry Baby Wah GCB95

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TOURTECH TTPB-4-B Pedal Board With Bag

TOURTECH TTPB-4-B Pedal Board With Bag

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AC Noises Respira Shimmer Reverb/Tremolo

AC Noises Respira Shimmer Reverb/Tremolo

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Landlord FX Banging Hangover Reverb Pedal

Landlord FX Banging Hangover Reverb Pedal

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All Pedal Love Machine Fuzz

All Pedal Love Machine Fuzz

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Landlord FX Happy Hour Looper Pedal

Landlord FX Happy Hour Looper Pedal

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Landlord FX Whiskey Chaser Distortion Pedal

Landlord FX Whiskey Chaser Distortion Pedal

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BOSS TU-3 Tuner

BOSS TU-3 Tuner

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Laney Black Country Customs TI-Boost Tony Iommi Signature Boost Pedal

Laney Black Country Customs TI-Boost Tony Iommi Signature Boost Pedal

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Ibanez TSMINI Tubescreamer Mini Overdrive

Ibanez TSMINI Tubescreamer Mini Overdrive

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BOSS RC-500 Loop Station

BOSS RC-500 Loop Station

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Line 6 Helix HX Stomp

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BOSS DS-1 Distortion

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Landlord FX A Cheeky Pint Optical Compressor Pedal

Landlord FX A Cheeky Pint Optical Compressor Pedal

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BOSS GT-1000 Guitar Effects Processor

BOSS GT-1000 Guitar Effects Processor

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Pro Co Rat 2 Distortion

Pro Co Rat 2 Distortion

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Dunlop Dimebag Wah Black Camo JD-DB01B

Dunlop Dimebag Wah Black Camo JD-DB01B

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BOSS ME-80 Multi-Effects Pedal

BOSS ME-80 Multi-Effects Pedal

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BOSS BD-2 Blues Driver Overdrive

BOSS BD-2 Blues Driver Overdrive

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Dunlop GCB95F Cry Baby Classic Wah

Dunlop GCB95F Cry Baby Classic Wah

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Line 6 POD Go

Line 6 POD Go

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Eventide H9 Multi-Effects

Eventide H9 Multi-Effects

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BOSS SD-1 Super Overdrive

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Line 6 Helix  HX Effects

Line 6 Helix HX Effects

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TOURTECH TTPB-5S-B Pedal Board With Bag

TOURTECH TTPB-5S-B Pedal Board With Bag

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Fender Dual Marine Layer Reverb

Fender Dual Marine Layer Reverb

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HeadRush Pedalboard

HeadRush Pedalboard

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BOSS RC-5 Loop Station

BOSS RC-5 Loop Station

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BOSS DD-8 Digital Delay

BOSS DD-8 Digital Delay

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Ibanez TS808 Tubescreamer Reissue Overdrive

Ibanez TS808 Tubescreamer Reissue Overdrive

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Line 6 Helix LT

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JHS Pedals The Bonsai 9 way Screamer  Overdrive

JHS Pedals The Bonsai 9 way Screamer Overdrive

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Suhr Riot Distortion Pedal

Suhr Riot Distortion Pedal

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Way Huge Conquistador Fuzzstortion

Way Huge Conquistador Fuzzstortion

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MXR M238 Iso-Brick Power Supply

MXR M238 Iso-Brick Power Supply

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Bogner Uberschall Pedal Overdrive/Distortion

Bogner Uberschall Pedal Overdrive/Distortion

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NUX Reissue Steel Singer Drive Overdrive Pedal

NUX Reissue Steel Singer Drive Overdrive Pedal

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Electro Harmonix Soul Food Transparent Overdrive

Electro Harmonix Soul Food Transparent Overdrive

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About Guitar Pedals

Guitar pedals are a great way to experiment with sounds. They can be a cost effective solution to expand, enhance and alter the sound of your guitar. In the 60s, fuzz and wah pedals made a huge impact in music. Since then, effects pedals have come a long way but continue to make their mark. The most cutting edge technology is now available at your feet with the option of sounding as futuristic or vintage as you want.

Most effects pedals are split into two kinds of devices - single pedals and multi-effects units. Single pedals usually provide one specific sound, such as an overdrive or a phaser. Many companies produce them, ranging from TC Electronic, Electro Harmonix, and Boss to boutique brands like Wampler, Walrus Audio and Keeley. Multi-effects units are usually larger devices with many types of effects. These are useful for guitarists who need a wide palette of sounds available to them. Brands such as Line 6, Boss and Zoom are well known for these.

There is an almost endless selection of distortion, fuzz, looper, modulation, wah, reverb and delay pedals available, to name just some effects. We recommend trying some out to find which effects work best for you and your style of playing.

 

Why Do I Need Guitar Pedals?

  • Create a huge range of new sounds
  • Make your tone more sound professional with Compressors, and EQ's
  • Recreate classic tones, like Hendrix Wah or Van Halen Phaser tones

Frequently Asked Questions about Guitar Pedals

Question: Which guitar pedals are most popular?
Wah and looper pedals have proved to be a firm favourite over the years. Kirk Hammett, Dimebag and Slash have all used wah as part of their sound (and even have signature models) and players continue to use this effect to add extra style to solos and lead riffs. The looper is very popular with experimental artists and solo performers, with people like Ed Sheeran and Tash Sultana showing how songs can be built up using these pedals.
Question: What is the best way to arrange guitar pedals?
Generally speaking, most players will put their tuner first, then wah pedal, followed by compressor and then any drive pedals. This is then followed by modulation effects (chorus, flanger etc) and finally ambient pedals such as reverb and delay. While this order works best for most players, there are no rules and experimenting with this has been the key to some guitarists finding their signature sound. If your amp has an effects loop, it is also common for the modulation effects to be added there for a more natural sound.
Question: Do you get different effects pedals for guitar and bass?
Many effects pedals work well for both guitar and bass however there are models that have been designed with guitar or bass in mind. An example would be the Crying Bass from Electro Harmonix which has a low-pass filter to keep the natural low end frequencies. Overdrive pedals also have both bass and guitar models but some bassists have found that the guitar models do a great job at helping them cut through in a mix by lifting the tone and adding definition. As is normally the case with pedals, it is often down to experimentation and personal preference.
Question: How do I connect a pedal?
The connections for use with almost all guitars, effects pedals and amplifiers are the standard 1/4" jack to jack instrument cables. If you are using one pedal then you'll need 2 cables - one from the guitar to the pedal then one connecting the pedal to the amp. Adding another pedal to this chain would require another cable, and so on. If you are using a pedal with a battery, remember to disconnect the cable from the input jack when not in use to prevent the battery from draining!