The ZVEX Vexter Fat Fuzz Factory is a take on the original company flagship pedal the Fuzz Factory. The Fat Fuzz Factory features a sub switch that opens the pedal up to astounding bottom end. >More
The Vexter Instant Lo-Fi Junky is a composite pedal of sorts. Any of you who've heard the sound of the Lo-Fi Loop Junky will understand this pedal immediately -- its purpose is to imitate that sound in real time. >More
The Vexter ZVEX Vexter Double Rock pedal was originally designed for J.Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. He requested two Box of Rock pedals in one large box with two stomp switches. >More
The Box of Rock is ZVEX Effect's first "distortion" pedal, designed to simulate the "everything on 10" sound of a classic Marshall JTM45 non-master-volume amplifier. The Box of Rock behaves so much like the front end of a vintage Marshall tube amp that once you've set your maximum needed drive on the pedal, you can use your guitar's volume control to adjust the exact amount of distortion you need. >More
The ZVEX Vexter Super Hard On is the perfect preamp pedal. The "Crackle Okay" volume knob is a negative-feedback control styled after classic 60's recording console inputs (which also crackled when turned). >More
The Vexter Wah Probe is one of ZVEX's most innovative products. It's probably exactly what you think it is: a theremin-style antenna controlling a wah, getting brighter as your foot approaches. >More
The ZVEX Channel 2 has two knobs. One controls Master Volume. The Gain control sweeps from unity to +24dB. The Gain control adjusts both the gain and DC bias on the MOSFET transistor at the same time. This causes a rushing noise when adjusted, it is perfectly normal behavior. >More
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