Shiba Drive™ is a smooth sounding overdrive pedal that works excellent with a clean amp to deliver a wide range of warm bluesy rhythm tones, it can also be used for soloing by pushing an already overdriven amp into creamy violin-like sustain. Shiba’s unique midrange character allows your tone cut through the mix, while retaining your instruments natural sonic qualities
Shiba Drive™ features an easy to tweak layout which includes Drive, Level, Tone, and a Smooth switch.
Drive: Controls the amount of Drive from the circuit. This will take you from a bluesy crunch to a sustained, compressed overdrive.
Level: Controls the output level of the pedal. Shiba provides enough level to push the front end of any tube amp into natural clipping, or adds sustain to an already overdriven amp.
Tone: Shapes the the overall tonal response of the pedal - from warm and smooth to bright and cutting.
Smooth Switch: (Three Position): Left: Activates as a mild high-end roll off. Effective for warming up guitars with single-coil pickups. Middle: Voiced to produce a natural, open sounding overdrive. Right: A more pronounced high-end roll off. Excellent for chunky rhythms and violin-like lead tones.
Recientemente Suhr ha sacado una nueva versión Reloaded de este pedal. Esta es muestra de audio de como suena la nueva versión: muestra
Jack Rabbit is a high quality analog pedal, that delivers a wide variety of tremolo effects - from warm wobble to whacked out. It features simple control over tempo by incorporating both tap, and strum tempo modes. It's modulation rate spans from 1Hz to 20Hz and utilizes a tempo subdivision switch. The Jack Rabbit Tremolo is housed in a sturdy, aluminum enclosure for maximum protection from abuse. It can be remote controlled via the FX Link jack.
Like all Suhr pedals, the Jack Rabbit Tremolo is True Bypass and can be powered from 9-18Vdc, drawing low current for extended battery life. It is protected from both over voltage and reverse voltage.
In May of 2009, we shipped our very first Koko Boost pedal. Koko’s unique design incorporated both a transparent clean boost and a selectable midrange boost which extended the range of your tube amplifier and Overdrive and/or Distortion pedals.
Koko Boost Reloaded is the result of countless hours of listening, testing, and modifying our original circuit to create a pedal with a smaller footprint, while simultaneously expanding its functionality and versatility. Thanks to our proprietary Multi-Function Technology, mf(x), switching between Koko’s two boosts has never been easier. Additionally, we have re-voiced the 3-position frequency switch and added +6dB more gain than our original Koko for increased harmonics and sustain.
The Mid Boost frequencies have been optimized for a sweeter, more cutting tone, that never sounds harsh or fatiguing. Left (Mids): Full and Smooth, tuned specifically to bring out your guitars natural midrange characteristics. Middle (High Mids): Clear and articulate, voiced to cut through a mix for solo playing. Right (Low Mids): Fat and Creamy, excellent for thickening up rhythm and lead tones.
Koko Reloaded Created to enhance your overall playing experience, we developed Multi-Function Technology mf(x). mf(x) is a proprietary foot switch technology that enables you to seamlessly select between Koko Reloaded’s two distinct user modes, Clean and Mid, just by holding down it’s foot switch. Would you like to default to one mode in particular the next time you turn on Koko? Not a problem; mf(x) has built in memory that remembers your last mode choice.
Video demo: video
The Koji Comp is a versatile analog compressor, designed to offer a wealth of vintage and modern style compression effects without compromising your tone.
With a simple twist of the Mix control, or flick of Koji’s Voice switch, you can easily create a limitless range of compression effects. Whether you choose subtle, transparent compression for smoothing out your rhythms, or dial in warm and squishy tones to take you into R&B and Country territory -the Koji Comp is possibly the last compressor you will ever need.
Gain Reduction Indicator: The LED indicator that displays the amount of Gain Reduction based on the ratio of your instrument’s signal and the level of compression in your signal. Green - Minimal Gain Reduction, Orange - Moderate Gain Reduction, Red - Maximum Gain Reduction (This is not a bad thing)
Riot is a versatile high-gain distortion pedal with the sonic characteristics and touch sensitivity of a high quality 100 watt tube amplifier. Riot will transform a clean amp into an authoritative rock tone that inspires all of your favorite riffs.
Riot features an easy to tweak layout which includes Gain, Level, Tone and a three position Voicing switch.: Dist: Adjusts the amount of gain added to your tone, taking you from classic crunch to high-gain heaven. Level: Adjusts the output of the pedal. Riot provides enough level to push the front end of any tube amp into natural overdrive.Tone: Shapes the overall tonal response of the pedal, from smooth and warm to cutting lead tones.
Suhr has recently released a new version of this pedal Reloaded. This is audio sample of the new version as it sounds: sound
Rufus is a unique fuzz pedal designed to offer a wealth of fuzz tone effects with the dynamics and tactile response of a tube amplifier. Whether your tastes are for the historic tones created at The Fillmore East back in ‘69, or you crave the more aggressive, mid-scoped characteristics of the Grunge-era, Rufus has you covered, and then some.
Designed for ultimate versatility, Rufus is equipped with a full featured 3-Band EQ that gives you the ability to easily shape Rufus’ tone without compromising the sound of your guitar or bass rig. Did we just say bass? Yes we did. Rufus is an equal opportunity fuzz pedal that plays well with guitars and basses - no need to worry about losing your bottom-end here.
Created to enhance your overall playing experience, we developed Multi-Function Technology mf(x). mf(x) is a proprietary foot switch technology that enables you to seamlessly select between Rufus’ two distinct user modes, Normal and Fat, during a performance just by holding down it’s foot switch. Would you like to default to one mode in particular the next time you turn on Rufus? Not a problem; mf(x) has built in memory that remembers your last mode choice.
Unlike traditional fuzz pedals, Rufus’ input was optimized to accept the output of a buffered device such as a tuner or other pedal effects without sacrificing the interaction between your guitar and Rufus. Rufus employs True Bypass switching which totally removes the effect from the signal chain in our dedication to preserve your tone.Viceo demo: video
ISO Boost™ incorporates a clean transparent boost, as well as a transformer isolated buffered signal to drive long effects chains. The Iso Boost is the ultimate boost pedal and line driver that expands the range of your tube amplifier.
Iso Boost features an easy to tweak layout which include a Boost control and a two position Iso (Isolation) switch.
Boost: Adjusts the amount of boost from the circuit, from Unity (0dB) to +20dB of gain.
ISO (Isolation) Switch (two position): Activates a transformer to isolate the output and eliminate ground loops between amplifiers and effects.
Today's players demand quality, reliability and great tone. To ensure that your investment in tone is preserved throughout your signal chain, the Suhr Buffer utilizes only the highest quality components such as: low noise audiophile Op-Amps, Glass Epoxy PCB, and a machined billet aluminum enclosure. When it comes to quality and reliability, we designed the Suhr Buffer with the same attention to detail as all of our award winning products including the Badger, Hand Wired and OD series amplifiers.
The Suhr Buffer is a transparent signal buffer/line driver which is an essential tool designed to preserve your instrument’s tone. Tone loss occurs as a result of signal degradation, commonly caused by long cable run, or the use of multiple instrument cables - such as you would find on a pedal board. To solve this, the Suhr Buffer employs unity buffering to reverse the effects of capacitance without affecting your instruments tone or output level.
We recommend placing the Buffer as the first device in your signal chain. If you are using a vintage fuzz pedal such as a Fuzz Face® or Tone Bender® we recommend placing the Buffer after those devices to retain their character and relationship with your instrument's electronics.
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