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Pedals + Effects

  1. API
  2. Boss
  3. EarthQuaker Devices
  4. Electro-Harmonix
  5. Fairfield Circuitry
  6. FMR Audio
  7. JHS Pedals
  8. Keeley
  9. Malekko Heavy Industry
  10. MXR
  11. OTO Machines
  12. Recovery
  13. TC Electronic
  14. TC Helicon
  15. Walrus Audio
  16. Warm Audio
  17. Xotic
  1. Bass
  2. Boost / Buffer
  3. Chorus
  4. Compressor
  5. Delay
  6. Distortion
  7. Foot Controller
  8. Fuzz
  9. Octave / Pitch
  10. Phaser
  11. Synthesizer
  12. Tremolo / Vibrato
  1. Malekko Heavy Industry
  2. Compressor
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  1. Sneak Attack VCA
    Malekko Heavy Industry Sneak Attack VCA

    Special Order Arrives within 1 - 2 weeks
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Electronic instruments themselves are only part of the equation: while your choice of synth, drum machine, or Eurorack modules has a strong impact on your musical output, how you process that sound can be equally or even more important. The world of effects processors is now every bit as varied and exciting as the world of synthesizers, with some manufacturers focusing on classic fuzz and wah designs while others produce digital processors unlike anything before them.

Perfect Circuit seeks the most interesting and useful of all types and formats of effect processors. Desktop sound manglers from the likes of Sherman, Knas, or Vermona; forward-thinking digital pedals from Chase Bliss, Empress, or Red Panda; Strymon's continued refinements of classic effect types, Boredbrain's inventive routing solutions, Fairfield or Mantic's embrace of chaos and noise—the world of effect processing is its own deep universe worthy of exploration.

Far from being "just for guitars," our selection of pedal, desktop, and rackmount processors can bring new life to any setup: whether you're using modular synths, drum machines, keyboards, laptop, or acoustic instruments, there is something here that could turn your entire workflow on its head, providing a new lens through which to hear even the most familiar of sounds transformed.