Harkening back to their roots as makers of extreme guitar shapes, the FRX-401 by ESP leaves no doubt that you’re there to rock. Its curves and bevels are a statement unto themselves, but the FRX-401 is much more than a cool looking guitar. It has set-thru neck construction, mahogany body, 3 pc. maple neck, and rosewood fingerboard with 24 extra jumbo frets. Its sound is powered by active EMG 81/60 pickups. Perfect for stage, studio and the road, the FRX-401 will rock as hard as you can.
From the hippies’ love and peace 60’s to the small pub blues and to the wild and unyielding Indie Rock, you can find the tremolo effect’s presence through countless classic albums. Now, Mooer Audio has packed up this effect into a small box and presented it to you, that is Mooer Varimolo, the tremolo pedal. Varimolo is an excellent digital tremolo pedal provided to guitarists. Like other Mooer Micro series pedals, Varimolo has a mini size while at the same time a great tone. With the Mooer Varimolo, you can get a warm and smooth vintage tube sounding tremolo effect, a wild and intensive tremolo effect or even a kill switch type of staccato tremolo effect similar to a flying helicopter.
The T-Rex Nitros certainly does capture a very punchy and scooped high gain distortion. By incorporating an active 3-band EQ, the “color” of the distortion is highly adjustable, and the range of the EQ knobs is extremely broad. At moderate cutting/boosting, you can start turning the knobs to the extremes and all kinds of cool tones will emerge, the tones you can get are quite diverse if you really go for it! For over-the-top scooped metal, classic rock, or even alternative styles, the Nitros Hypergain will deliver the goods in spades.
The DOD Carcosa Fuzz is a doorway into an alternate fuzz universe, where classic tones of legend coexist with splattered and shattered Pollock abstractions. Combining the Carcosa’s wide-ranging AFTER bias control with two toggle positions creates tones that range from porcine fatness to depict shards. This versatility makes the Carcosa Fuzz a good companion for dirty or clean amps. True bypass, tons of output, and the visage of the King in Yellow sets the stage for fuzzy madness.
Quilter’s in-depth knowledge of tone and overdrive is now available in a compact pedal format with 33/45 watts of speaker power. Perfect for the player who doesn’t need the mighty Tone Block’s 200-watt output. Go ahead, plug in, turn it up and watch the jaws drop as a big helping of high energy Quilter mojo pours out of this little box! Clean or dirty, this efficient little workhorse keeps on rocking.
Guitar gods have used the cocked wah sound to create monster riffs that have earned a permanent place in the rock lexicon. That required finding the sweet spot in their wah pedal’s sweep. The Cock Fight lets you achieve that cool cocked wah sound without the wah pedal. Tune in the tone you want. Add the built-in distortion for more grind and growl, or switch to the Talking Wah mode for a stuck voice-box sound. If you plug in an expression pedal, you can sweep the Cock Fight for jaw dropping wah and the tone you want.
The premium vintage coiled Bullet Cable improves the classic “telephone cord” cables loved by many rock legends. This cable features oversized kink-free coils end in polyethylene-potted .44 mag bullet connectors that won’t pull loose during active sessions. Bullet Cable’s advanced audio technology includes 99.99% oxygen-free copper conductors and coaxial spiral shielding for clear tone. The cable’s corrosion-resistant 24K gold-plated connector tips preserve signal strength. Premium vintage coil cables display excellent bass weight, hit hard in the mids, and caress high notes.