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A gritty overdrive that'll add some New York attitude to your sound
Electro-Harmonix East River Drive Overdrive is as gritty and raw as the Big Apple.
The most iconic harmonic distortion/sustain ever, straight from NYC
The Electro-Harmonix Neo Clone is a full sounding analog chorus designed to emulate the legendary Small Clone chorus
An overdrive with definition and headroom
Make a moment last a lifetime with the EHX Freeze pedal
The Holy Grail Reverb is the Holy Grail of reverbs...
Grab a piece of Eddie's magic with the MXR EVH 90
Grab a piece of Eddie's magic with the MXR EVH117 Flanger
The Electro-Harmonix Memory Toy effects pedal presents a pure analog delay for musicians who need a big-sounding delay on a small budget.
Used but in full working condition is this Dunlop Classic Fuzz Face!
In Mint condition. Just went through our shop and it passed with flying colors....
Ibanez ES2 Echo Shifter Analog Delay Pedal The Ibanez ES2 Echo Shifter Analog Delay Pedal provides all-analog sound with features that are normally...
This TKL Hardshell Case features TKL’s Multi-Ply, Hand-Laminated Wood Shell, Heavy-Duty Durahyde™ Covering, Providence Forge® Steel-Plated...
These TKL Gigbags feature: * TKL’s Durable, Water-Resistant Black Nylon * TKL’s Comfort-Grip™ Handle Wrap on Select Bags * TKL’s...
We have an assortment of Gibson 3-ply and 1-ply pickguards. Most are black, but we have a cream and others. Call us with your needs and we'll try our best...
When Korg introduced a digital metronome tuner to the world, the extremely high accuracy and superb features made it a favorite among musicians from every...
D'Addario pioneered the use of nickelplated steel for electric guitar. Today, discerning professionals like Mark Tremonti, John Scofield, Pat Metheny, and...
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