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Guitar Effect Pedals

If you are a serious Electric Guitar Player, the world of Guitar Effects and Guitar pedals needs to be on your radar. In fact, the types of effects you put between your guitar and your amplifier is a quintessential ingredient towards shaping your own unique sound and tone. Here at Sam Ash, we were one of the first music stores to embrace the Guitar Pedal market starting with our legendary Sam Ash Fuzzzboxx and the subsequent Sam Ash Fuzzola pedals produced in the early 1960s. As Rock n Roll continued to take over the airwaves, legendary pedal brands including Electro Harmonix, Dunlop, MXR, Way Huge, and Boss first exposure to the world was in the showcases of our Guitar Department. As technology improved, we were one of the first organizations to carry Guitar Effects Processors and fixed Rack Effect Processors from brands like Line 6 and Multi-Effects Pedals/Boards that provide multiple effects in a single Stompbox. As we Fast forward to the modern era, boutique pedals have made a serious comeback so we are proud to be major dealers of Made in The USA brands including Earthquaker Devices, Keely Electronics, JHS Pedals, Walrus Audio, Fulltone and more. We also continue to embrace new foreign pedal brands known for their standout technology including Strymon and Hotone

Types of Guitar Effects:

As a guitar player, you have various types of dedicated effects otherwise known as Stompboxes to choose from. Check out our Guitar Effects Pedals Buyers Guide for the full menu of options. One of the most popular classifications of effects often associated with rock guitar is the overdrive effect. Overdrive pedals come in many flavors including the aforementioned Fuzz and the more general Distortion category which includes legendary models like the Ibanez Tube Screamer. Another standard effect you hear constantly in popular music are Delay and Reverb. These effects can helps transform your small rehearsal space into a large concert venue by repeating and altering your sound. If you want precise control over the transmission of your effect, expression options including Wah-Wah Pedals put even more tonal possibilities at your foot. More subtle effects including EQ Pedals, and Compressor Pedals which help to smooth out the peaks and lows can do wonders for the overall quality of the sound you want to create. Of course if your really looking to push the boundaries of what a guitar should sound like, exotic types of effects like Flanges, Octave/Pitch Shifter, Envelope/Synth, and Harmonizer Pedals can provide nearly limitless inspiration for your songwriting. Last but certainly not least, Looper Pedals allow you to layer your favorite riffs on top of one other to create complex multi-part creations. All of these options can be quite intimidating. Luckily, we have a full complement of Guitar Effects Accessories including Pedal Boards, Pedal Power Supplies, and more to help you organize your guitar effects setup . Be sure to check out the Sam Ash Spotlight for more guitar effect educational resources including Buyers Guides (See below) video demos on the latest pedals, and tips and tricks from fellow players.

Pedal Buyers Guides:

Compressor Pedal Buyers Guide
Delay Effect Pedal Buyers Guide
EQ Effect Pedal Buyers Guide
Octave, Pitch Shifter & Harmonizer Pedal Buyers Guide
Reverb Effect Pedal Buyers Guide