Fulltone Custom Shop WahFull Fixed Wah Pedal
15 years ago Robin Trower called me and said he was doing some gigs with Jack Bruce and asked “Would it be possible to have a wah wah in a regular box so that one could get that “fixed wah” sound by clicking on the pedal?” He’s got the first one, I think I have the other one.
CS-ST2 v2 Supa-Trem2 v2 Stereo Tremolo/Auto-Panner
The Supa-Trem2 v2 has been an extremely successful pedal for me over the last 15 years, partly due to the TONE of the circuit, which has a very good sounding JFET amplifier at its heart. Now updated to the new CS ST2 v2 version it’s even better than before.
Custom Shop “RTO” Robin Trower Overdrive
Robin Trower is known for TONE. While working with Robin during his 2008 tour, I developed an overdrive truly worthy of the Trower namesake.
Touch responsive, huge sounding, sustain for days… and crystal clear when the guitar’s volume knob is reduced for great live dynamics. Being that Robin uses Fenders as well as Marshalls, it had to work well with both types… and it does. And Robin hits so hard that the front end of the pedal had to be tuned for those .012-.048 tuned-down strings. The RTO holds tight and smooth for Strat and Les Paul players alike.
Custom Shop MDV-3 Vintage Uni-Vibe
There are a LOT of pedals claiming to be “authentic vintage Univibe clones” on the market….all of the small ones are merely a glorified MXR phaser with a few changes. That’s not a Univibe! So how is one to know which pedals are real and which ones are just a cheap shortcut circuit that will satisfy you only until you get a chance to play pedal like the Fulltone MDV & MDV-3, both of which sport a “100% real vintage circuit.”
Custom Shop Mini DejáVibe CS-MDV mkII
One of the best Uni-Vibes on the Planet!!!
The 2018 CS-MDV mkII…the world’s smallest (3.9″ W x 4.1″ L x 2.3″ H ) yet biggest sounding “real vintage Univibe clone.”
It’s the biggest sounding ‘vibe we’ve ever made or heard, bar none, yet is totally green, only drawing 35mA of current, meaning it can also be powered via 2 x 9CVDC outlets on your pedalboard multi-power supply by using the Voodoo Lab PPY “series voltage doubling cable.”
The mkII has an expression pedal out jack should you need it, and still with no ICs and using only full-size Capacitors throughout the entire audio path! It’s 100% Analog, you can’t get this sound out of the flavor-of-the-minute Digital pedals using a $3 DSP chip. You need 13 transistors, 4 x glass photocells, a real & correct incandescent light bulb, and 30 years experience…you need the Fulltone CS-MDV mkII
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’70 BC-108C Fuzz
The 70-BC Fuzz is housed in a 16 gauge steel box and powder coated deep blue. This pedal is a bit unruly but with some warmth… ideal for older 4 input Marshall amps, it has much more FUZZ than the ’69 Pedal and includes a Mid control for extra clarity and cut.