I don’t think I have ever made a list of pedals/descriptions. I wish I could do a permanent price list, but suppliers have been changing prices lately, so I have to have a fluid range. If you are interested in a pedal, email me at (chadbrooksis AT gmail DOT com) and we can talk. I actually like to find out what you are playing with to make sure this will be the right fit for your rig.
I make a clean boost and a dirtier boost. Check out the post a few down to find out exactly what these are.
ThunderFuss-This is a fuzz faceish circuit that can either be tailored to be higher gain or more classic. I can add a bias knob if you want, to give you real sputtery tone. It is normally a single knob controlling volume/intensity.
Iron Horse-A diode based fuzz, with clipping controls (giving you two options). This can be run as a overdrive in one setting if you work with your volume control.
Wagonwheel-This is a single knob overdrive that easily will get you into that great classic rock territory. I have installed several different clipping circuits to make it either heavier (sabbath) or raunchier (ZZ TOP).
Gunslinger-This is a great tubescreamer type pedal, with volume, gain and tone controls.
Shake Tremolo-a good all around trem circuit with a volume boost (switchable) and 2 rate controls. This is an expensive pedal (around 150 dollars), but if you want to cut out some of the crazy options it could get cheaper.
Swirl Phaser/Vibe-a tricked out Phase 90 type pedal, with switchable 2 and 4 stage phasing as well as a cap change to get you more of a vibe/leslie tone. Another expensive pedal (around 225) but well worth it.
Both of the modulation pedals are in large 1790 (Deluze Memory Man size) boxes, the rest are in your standard pedal enclosure that most small shop pedals come in.
With all pedals you pick the enclosure color, knob choice (depending on whats in stock), LED color and anything else. I have done a few swirl finishes for folks, that is an extra 15 dollars. Unless requested, I don’t put battery snaps in pedals….pedal power has gotten cheap and batteries are bad for the environment. Scroll through the site (it isn’t that big) if you want to hear demos and see more pictures.
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