Do you hang out at the airport, just listening to the jet planes woosh-ing overhead? Ever fire up a speaker in a washing machine just to see what it sounds like? Or are you just in love with the sounds of vintage phase shifters, flangers, choruses, and rotary effects? The MM4 Modulation Modeler is the first pedal to give you all those classic sounds, as well as some Line 6 originals in a fully programmable, pro-quality stompbox. >More
The Walrus Audio Julia is a fully analog, feature-rich chorus/vibrato packed with a wide array of tonal landscapes begging to be explored. She is able to produce mild smooth chorus, to seasick vibrato and everywhere in between. >More
Edward Van Halen earned his spot in the guitar tone hall of fame with the first note on his debut album in 1978. The guitar work on that album still boggles minds more than 25 years later. The tones that EVH got on that classic record are among the greatest ever, and a huge part of Eddie's guitar sound has always been the MXR Phase 90. The Phase 90 contributed to the unbelievable tones on "Eruption," "Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love," "On Fire," and "Atomic Punk," plus many other timeless Van Halen tracks. >More
Everyone knows that it was the MXR Flanger that powered "Unchained" and "...And the Cradle Will Rock." Now you can grab a piece of that world-class tone with the MXR EVH 117 Flanger. This amazing stompbox features the same bucket-brigade technology that provided the sweeping, whooshing magic of the original. But Dunlop didn't stop there. They've also added the EVH Switch, which instantly calls up Eddie's Unchained sound with the exact same Manual, Speed, Width, and Regeneration settings that he used to get one of the greatest guitar tones of all time. If that's not cool enough, they even painted the EVH Flanger with the rocking striped graphics that started a revolution. >More
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