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Dr. No collaborates with Troy Van Leeuwen on a range of two unique signature tone guitar effects. The Octavia works best when put first in a pedal chain. Try to work with guitar tone knob. When dailed back, magic octavia tones will come out better, especially from 12th fret and up.
10' MV Custom Straight-Straight Guitar Cable
10' MV Custom Straight-Straight Guitar Cable, Black and Red.
3-Pack Jumper Cables (Black or Red)
PCKIT1BK 3-Pack Jumper Cables, Black or Red.
Guitar Pick Storage Box
MV Logo Pick Box.
Can't decide? Get them a gift card! (available in $20, $50, and $100 amounts).
Dunlop MXR Phase 95
MXR knows phasers. The Phase 90’s compact size, superior construction, and refined sound put MXR on the map, and it set the standard by which all other phasers are judged. Two years later, MXR released the Phase 45—a mellower version of the effect favored for its ability to easily blend into a band's mix. Now, you can get both iconic circuits in a single pedal while tightening up your pedalboard at the same time. The Phase 95 combines the Phase 45 and Phase 90 circuits in a mini housing with about half the footprint of a standard MXR pedal. The 45/90 switch toggles between the Phase 45 mode’s subtle two-stage phasing and the Phase 90 mode’s more pronounced four-stage phasing, while the Script switch toggles between two phasing styles. The Phase 95 is set to modern style phasing by default, which relies on feedback to create light harmonic distortion and gives the effect a more accentuated swoosh. Engaging the Script switch removes feedback for a lusher, more subdued sound with higher headroom and greater clarity. The familiar Speed control sets the rate of the effect. The Phase 95 may be small, but it’s full of rich phase tones, and it’ll take a beating on the road.
TC Electronics Ditto Looper
Ditto Looper is the looper you try once and love for life. And you simply gotta try it. We've taken all that is good about loopers, trimmed away all the non-essential, mood-killing tech hoopla and ended up with a looper that is intuitive, tons of fun, sounds great and doesn't break the bank. Ditto Looper simply loops. Well. It's 'one knob' button may seem like a minimalist approach, but all the essentials are there: record, undo/redo, stop and erase are all accessed via different foot-commands that always make sense, whether you are building loops, changing from one part to the next (we're looking at you, live performers) or adding layers to a song.
Boss DM-2W Waza Craft Delay
Ever since being discontinued way back in 1984, the BOSS DM-2 Delay pedal has remained highly sought after by players everywhere for its warm, “bucket brigade” analog delay tone. Now, the DM is back! With the Waza Craft DM-2W, the coveted stomp has been reborn with switchable sound modes and greater versatility for today’s music styles. Using 100-percent analog circuitry, the DM-2W’s Standard mode nails the lush sound and 20-300 ms delay range of the original DM-2. Flipping into Custom mode instantly changes the sound character to a cleaner analog tone with over twice the available delay time.
Dr. No Octofuzz 60’s Fuzz Octavia
This is perhaps my most special and definitely my most “retro” invention to date! Based on all those super sexy but oh so rare and unaffordable Fuzz boxes from the 60s and 70s, the “Octofuzz” really brings that nasty and yet sweet fuzz sound that take you back to legends such as Hendrix and Page. But the “Octofuzz” is not just something for the flower power and garage adepts, it can be used with equal success in today’s more popular genres. For example people who have a Queens Of The Stone Age fetish will simply adore this tone!