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MXR Pedals

NAMM 2017 We can always count on the masterminds behind MXR pedals to give us something rad when it comes time for NAMM, and this year they certainly didn’t disappoint! We stopped by the booth and caught our eyes on these goodies. Check out details below!

mxr dyna comp

MXR Dyna Comp Mini Compressor – The classic Dyna Comp has been shrunken down for a more pedalboard friendly enclosure!
• Features rare CA3080 “metal can” IC for quieter operation, greater transparency,
and increased dynamic range
• All-new Attack switch toggles between slow and fast attack times
• Comes with ECB003 adapter
Part #M291 / Street Price $99.99

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MXR Six Band EQ – Yes, we’ve seen this six band equalizer before, but now for 2017 it’s been upgraded with noise-reduction circuitry and true bypass circuitry!

  • Cut or boost six different frequencies up to ±18dB
  • LEDs provide high visibility, even in direct sunlight
  • Low noise floor
    Part #M109S / Street Price $89.99

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MXR Ten Band EQ – The MXR Ten Band is new and  improved with a lightweight aluminum housing, brighter LEDs on the sliders, and a second output to run two signal chains! Also for 2017 it’s been upgraded with noise-reduction circuitry and true bypass circuitry!

  • Cut or boost 10 different frequencies up to ±12dB
  • LEDs provide high visibility, even in direct sunlight
  • 18-volt operation for increased headroom
    Part #108S / Street Price $129.99

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MXR Il Diavolo Overdrive – MXR has been killing it on the overdrive/fuzz front these past few years, and the hits keep on coming with the Il Diavolo drive, designed in collaboration with the Italian pedal designer Carlo Sorasio. This pedal is a classic circuit that has been slightly modernized for enhanced midrange and more low end frequencies.

  • Go from a smooth organic boost to sweet, smoky overdrive to full-on grind
  • Classic circuit hot-rodded for enhanced midrange and low end frequencies
  • Hi/Lo switch toggles between symmetrical and asymmetrical overdrive tones
    Part #CSP036 / Street Price $129.99 / Available February 2017

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MXR Sub Octave Bass Fuzz – How low can you go? With the new Sub Octave bass fuzz, you can go pretty, pretty low. MXR’s engineers combined the Growl section of the Bass Octave Deluxe pedal with a long-forgotten fuzz circuit. With three separate output level controls for the fuzz, sub octave, and dry signals, you can create your own recipe of subterranean tones without sacrificing any of your instrument’s natural sound.

  • Separate Dry volume control ensures clean low end retention
  • Mid Level control allows you to boost your clean midrange to cut through the mix
    Part #M287 / Street Price $199.99 / Available May 2017

    See something you’re into? Contact our sales staff at sales@themusiczoo.com or call 516-626-9292!