Does That Guitar Need a Little “More?”

Got the amp you want, got the guitar you want, but it’s still missing that certain sound? Try adding some effects pedals! We stock all kinds of different brands, but our favorite is the Rotosound. They are hand wired in Great Britain and are awesome looking and sounding. Come on in and check these out!

RFB1 – 1960’s Fuzz Reissue
A faithful reproduction of our original 1960’s unit using the same circuit configuration as the original design.
Combined with modern resistors, capacitors and original germanium diodes.
The new pedal combines yesterday’s mojo and tone flavour with the reliability and stability of today’s technology.
The original prototype pedals were only ever available in limited numbers and never released for general sales.
Nonetheless these pedals were found all over the place – there is even a picture of Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page playing one.
This is the only original Rotosound fuzz pedal of the era and should not be confused with the lesser cheaper copies currently available.
New circuitry designed by Dr. Barry R. Pyatt (of BBC & Rediffusion history)
Hand built at the Rotosound factory, Sevenoaks, Kent, England

RWB1 – THE WOBBLER TREMOLO
Vintage optical attenuator
High headroom
Smooth wide range control of rate and depth
Unique control of silicon and germanium signal path
Authentic components and hand wired assembly methods
Real authentic 60’s design techniques using today’s technological approach
Super low power LED indicating unit powered on and effect rate speed
Input socket for power supply connection (9 volt to 18 volt internally regulated)
Designed by John Oram of VOX & TRIDENT history
Hand built at the Rotosound factory, Sevenoaks, Kent, England

RKH1 – THE KING HENRY PHASER
High headroom
Smooth wide range control of rate and depth
PEAK is a regeneration control for a wider range of phasing effects
Authentic components and hand wired assembly methods
Real authentic 60’s design techniques using today’s technological approach
Super low power LED indicating unit powered on and effect rate speed
Input socket for power supply connection (9 volt to 18 volt internally regulated)
Designed by John Oram of VOX & TRIDENT history
Hand built at the Rotosound factory, Sevenoaks, Kent, England

LV1 – THE LEVELLER EQ
High headroom
Smooth wide range control of low, mid and high EQ frequencies
Authentic components and hand wired assembly methods
Real authentic 60’s and 70’s design techniques using today’s technological approach
Silicon and germanium signal paths
Super low power LED indicating unit powered on and effect on
Input socket for power supply connection (9 volt to 18 volt internally regulated)
Designed by John Oram a.k.a. “The Father of British EQ” of VOX & TRIDENT fame
Hand built at the Rotosound factory, Sevenoaks, Kent, England

RAM1 – THE AFTERMATH DELAY
High headroom
Smooth wide range control of rate, feedback and depth
Authentic components and hand wired assembly methods
Real authentic 60’s design techniques using today’s technological approach
Traditional analogue Bucket-Brigade delay
Audio dynamics controller providing noise reduction
Super low power LED indicating unit powered on and effect on
Input socket for power supply connection (9 volt to 18 volt internally regulated)
Designed by John Oram of VOX & TRIDENT history
Hand built at the Rotosound factory, Sevenoaks, Kent, England

RPU1 – THE PUSHER COMPRESSOR
High headroom
Smooth wide range control of ratio, compression on one control and expansion on another
Authentic components and hand wired assembly methods
Real authentic 60’s design techniques using today’s technological approach
Audio dynamics controller providing noise reduction
Super low power LED indicating unit powered on and effect on
Input socket for power supply connection (9 volt to 18 volt internally regulated)
Designed by John Oram of VOX & TRIDENT history
Hand built at the Rotosound factory, Sevenoaks, Kent, England

RTC1 – THE CRUSADER CHORUS
FEATURES INCLUDE
High headroom
Smooth wide range control of rate and depth
Chorus effect can be mixed from min to max with LEVEL control
Authentic components and hand wired assembly methods
Real authentic 60’s design techniques using today’s technological approach
Audio dynamics controller providing noise reduction
Super low power LED indicating unit powered on and effect rate speed
Input socket for power supply connection (9 volt to 18 volt internally regulated)
Designed by John Oram of VOX & TRIDENT history
Hand built at the Rotosound factory, Sevenoaks, Kent, England

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