With these new Waza Craft pedals, Boss has taken some of its most popular and most coveted effects and made them even better.
Fulltone has preserved most of what players loved about these pedals and added a whole lot more to fall in love with all over again — or for the very first time.
The Beetronics FX OctaHive and WhoctaHell are beautifully handcrafted tone machines for unleashing octave up or sub-octave overtones, with layers of musical fuzz.
The Tech 21 Paul Landers PL1 Signature Fly Rig is truly a professional-quality amp and effects rig for the stage and studio.
The Neunaber Immerse Reverberator provides an impressive selection of effects with the sound quality of the finest pro-audio digital reverb units in a compact format.
The Hughes & Kettner Black Spirit 200 delivers the versatility of today’s high-tech amp modeling products without sacrificing the ease of use and familiar controls of a traditional amp.
It may not tune your guitar any better than your current tuner, but we still absolutely love this thing.
The Epiphone Les Paul SL is an affordable, solid guitar with playability and pickups that give it larger-than-life swagger.
The Positive Grid Bias Mini Guitar may be tiny, but it’s a powerhouse that can confidently replace an entire room of amps.
The Fender California Player acoustics are perfect for electric players who don’t want to cramp their style when playing acoustic.
The Aqueduct is a real head-turner, not to mention one of the most fun pedals EarthQuaker Devices has ever produced.
The Fender American Original ’60s Jazzmaster certainly will inspire a new generation of players like the Sixties original did.