Electro-Harmonix re-introduces the rare CMOS Hot Tubes overdrive pedal, now with a smaller space-saving "Nano" size.
Get boost, overdrive, distortion and fuzz tones by simply sweeping the gain knob of the new Cross Over Drive pedal.
Build your own dual channel overdrive/distortion pedal with the new MI DIY Dual Drive OD Kit, available in limited numbers.
Mooer expands their micro pedal series with the Yellow Comp, an optical compressor that's only three times as long as a guitar pick.
Sporting a brighter upgraded display, TC Electronic introduces the follow-up to their popular pedal tuner which lets you tune all the strings in one strum.
MOD Kits DIY introduces The Persuader Deluxe Tube Drive pedal, featuring four interchangeable vacuum tubes.
Suhr welcomes the Reloaded Series, updated versions of their popular pedals - the Riot and Shiba Drive.
Empress Effects unveils Heavy, an upcoming high-gain distortion pedal with two channels and a wide range of tone shaping controls.
Buffalo FX updates the Germanium Fuzz to version 2, featuring improved control over transistor voltage and pre-gain.
T-Rex introduces the Magnus multi-effect pedal, featuring five effects - Overdrive, Distortion, Delay, Reverb and Boost.
Rotosound unveiled six new pedals at the 2013 Summer NAMM show, inspired by the sound of the '60s.
Drawing inspiration from custom-tuned classic cars, Vox introduces five all-analog Tone Garage pedals.
Blackstar welcomes the new LT pedals, featuring five compact and affordable effects derived from their HT series.
Line 6 announces the arrival of the new POD HD500X, featuring improved processing power and backlit footswitches.
Pigtronix introduces the new Gatekeeper, a studio quality noise gate pedal that features fast J-FET circuitry.
The Morley PVO+ is a straightforward volume pedal that works as intended and features a minimum volume control option.
The Boss DA-2 has a unique claim, it applies consistent distortion across the fretboard by adapting the level of effect to your playing.
First released in the '70s, the Phase 90 pedal helped establish the MXR brand, and now it continues to be the go-to phaser for many guitarists.
The Cry Baby continues to be the most popular wah pedal in the market, thanks to its expressive sound, intuitive controls and efficient design.
The H9 is the latest compact multi-effect stompbox from Eventide, featuring multiple Eventide effects and iOS connectivity.
After first appearing in the mid '80s, the Pro Co Rat continues to provide the right amount of dirt for many players.
Being the most powerful pedal-based loop station from Boss, RC-300 continues to be the most sought after looper in the market today.
Magnetic Effects introduces the Electrochop, featuring super-choppy classic tremolo sounds with modern features and intuitive controls.
Most guitarists have their favorite pedal - and we want to find out what that is.
Dunlop introduces the MXR Prime Distortion, a pedal with a hard clipping tone and high sensitivity to pick attack.
Fretlight Guitar releases the FB-525, their first electric bass guitar with their LED lit fretboard technology.
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