The DigiTech Trio is your own band inside a guitar pedal! The Trio listens to what you play and automatically generates bass and drum parts that match your chord progression. Just plug your guitar into Trio, press the footswitch to teach Trio your chords and rhythm, then press the footswitch again to start playing with your own personal band! >More
Originally designed in 1968 as a rotating speaker simulator, the Uni-vibe achieved legendary status on landmark recordings by Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower and Stevie Ray Vaughan. The Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe delivers the lush, psychedelic swirl of the original Uni-vibe. And it's the only Uni-vibe copy available in a compact, battery-operated pedal. The Micro Vibe includes the original sine-wave oscillator, incandescent lamp, and photocells to achieve the most authentic sound of any Uni-vibe clone. >More
The Valco company of Chicago made amplifiers under their own name in addition to building amps for other companies such as Supro, National, and Gretsch, to name a few. Most of these were lower powered amps with a great sounding natural tube breakup and many models also featured a unique sounding tube driven tremolo. >More
Grab your favorite axe and dive into an extraordinary world of sound creation with the SY-300 Guitar Synthesizer. The Boss SY-300 can be used with all your guitars right away, with no special pickup required -- just plug into the standard 1/4-inch jack and play! >More
Answering the call of low frequency freaks everywhere, the DOD Meatbox is an updated take on the cult favorite Meatbox from the '90s. As a bass subharmonic synthesizer and low-end enhancer, the Meatbox can produce a range of sounds from a slight thickening to a full-on, low-end assault! >More
"Freq out!" The updated DOD Gonkulator Ring Modulator has all of the clangy, robotic sounds, of the infamous '90s era original, but with a far more flexible, adjustable, carrier signal control. >More
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