Welcome to Boost Guitar Pedals! We've made it our mission to seek out the finest artisan guitar effects for our discerning customers.

We work with independent brands who pride themselves on impeccable build quality, the highest quality components and - above all - incredible tone. From germanium fuzz to valve-driven overdrive and multi-mode analogue reverb, we're confident you'll find the pedal that's right for your sound.

Starting at just £40, pick out a pedal from our range today and hear the difference!

Featured Brand:

Bad Penny FX

Bad Penny FX

Based in East Sussex, UK, Bad Penny FX hand build guitar pedals using a combination of vintage and modern components hand-soldered onto tag boards with high quality pots and switches, and vintage-style cloth wiring.

Mark and Felix build each pedal to order, so you know you're getting a unique product when you purchase one of their excellent designs. The brand's USP is that each pedal is housed in a beautiful handmade English ash and aluminium chassis. 

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BAD PENNY FX Fuzz Controller V2 Front Transparent - Boost Guitar Pedals
BAD PENNY FX Fuzz Controller V2 Front Transparent - Boost Guitar Pedals
BAD PENNY FX Fuzz Controller V2 Front Context - Boost Guitar Pedals

BAD PENNY FX Fuzz Controller V2

£145.00
BAD PENNY FX Smoothflow front transparent - Boost Guitar Pedals
BAD PENNY FX Smoothflow front transparent - Boost Guitar Pedals
BAD PENNY FX Smoothflow front context - Boost Guitar Pedals

BAD PENNY FX Smoothflow

£165.00
BAD PENNY FX Widow front transparent - Boost Guitar Pedals
BAD PENNY FX Widow front transparent - Boost Guitar Pedals
BAD PENNY FX Widow front context- Boost Guitar Pedals

BAD PENNY FX Widow

£155.00
BAD PENNY FX Wireless Fuzz Front Transparent - Boost Guitar Pedals
BAD PENNY FX Wireless Fuzz Front Transparent - Boost Guitar Pedals
BAD PENNY FX Wireless Fuzz Front Context - Boost Guitar Pedals

BAD PENNY FX Wireless

£150.00
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