MXR MC406 Custom Audio Electronics Buffer
MXR introduces an efficient, ergonomic way to control line noise over your effects chain.
MXR Custom Audio Electronics Boost/Line Driver Pedal
The MC-401 Boost/Line Driver The MC-401 is simple in design but superbly effective in solving a variety of mis-matched line level and signal conditioning problems that can occur when combining effects. The MC-401's circuit design has been used for years by CAE in the world's best guitarist's rigs to remedy...
Swart Night Light Amp Attenuator & Stereo Drive w/ Female Cables
Three Position Attenuator: Designed to bring the sonics and breakup back to a low level. The Night Light is designed for the Swart AST, AST PRO, STR-Tweed, STR, ST-6V6se. It will work with any amp 20w down (30w with bulb compression bypassed)
Swart Night Light Jr. Electric Guitar Amplifier Attenuator
Tube breakup is one of the things that makes the electric guitar sound so good. In recent years, guitarists have been moving to smaller, lower-wattage amplifiers in search of that great saturated tone at volumes that don't make ears ring. With the new Night Light Jr. from Swart, amps up...
Xotic Effects RC Booster Pedal
The Xotic RC Booster Effect Pedal has active Treble, Bass, Gain and Volume controls to allow for limitless tone shaping. It offers a super transparent 20db+ clean boost and a +-15db 2 band active EQ without ever compromising the integrity of the original tone. It provides a solution to sound...
Electro-Harmonix OD Glove Pedal
Looking for a rich, overtone laden sound that doesn’t get muddy? Well the Electro-Harmonix Overdrive Glove should be on your list of choices! This bad boy harnesses more than responsive controls that take you from sparkling, clean boost to saturated hi-gain and everything in between.
Dusky Electronics More Me Boost Guitar Effects Pedal
The More Me from Dusky Electronics is a single-stage clean boost that has a bit of a color to it, that’s designed to add another gain stage to your amp, letting you either get a bit more volume, or push it into a more overdriven sound. The More Me Boost...