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ZANDER CIRCUITRY Siva front transparent | Boost Guitar Pedals
ZANDER CIRCUITRY Siva front transparent | Boost Guitar Pedals

ZANDER CIRCUITRY Siva

£149.00

The Zander Circuitry Siva takes the late '70s IC/op-amp Big Muff - as used so effectively by The Smashing Pumpkins - and drags it kicking and screaming into the 21st century.

The op-amp Muff circuit is perfect for grunge, but can do so much more: it's crunchy, sludgy and is packed full of crushing gain.

Key to getting a great tone is the EQ, and the Siva features a super-tweakable EQ section. Two Shift controls alter the capacitor values in the tone stack, adjusting the filter sweep and cut-off. These controls interact with the Tone control to enable you to dial in the perfect sound.

What's new?

This latest version of the Zander Circuitry Siva features a more compact footprint, beautiful knurled steel controls, and an upgrade from six to eight options on the signature clipping selector:

  • Germanium: A smooth, sweet sounding form of clipping, very ‘amp-like’ in its response.
  • Silicon: Louder, brighter and more aggressive sounding.
  • LED: Even louder, less saturated but very punchy.
  • Asymmetrical germanium: A more aggressive germanium sound.
  • Asymmetrical silicon: Beefing up the aggression of the silicon sound.
  • Asymmetrical LED: A more aggressive version of the LED sound.
  • MOSFET: Similar to the silicon setting but a bit sweeter, crunchier and a touch more saturated.
  • No  diodes: Loads of output but not much gain.

The pedal features two footswitches, the second of which gives you access to the Blast function - a second channel with an independent volume control and the gain set to maximum. The switches support both momentary and latching switching, meaning that you can temporarily engage a channel by holding your foot down on the relevant switch then releasing it when you're done.

Features:

  • Updated version of Siva fuzz for 2021
  • Top-mounted jacks
  • Gain, Tone, Shift 1, Shift 2, Blast, Level & Diode Selector controls
  • Power: 9V power adaptor, centre-negative (not included).
  • Current draw: 140mA
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ZANDER CIRCUITRY Foxxton Woods front transparent | Boost Guitar Pedals
ZANDER CIRCUITRY Foxxton Woods front transparent | Boost Guitar Pedals

ZANDER CIRCUITRY Foxxton Woods

£149.00

The Zander Circuitry Foxxton Woods is an octave fuzz based on the 1970s Foxx Tone Machine. But in true Zander Circuitry fashion, the Foxxton Woods takes the concept to another level, with extra controls giving far more versatility than the original.

Since the 1960s, fuzz has gone hand-in-hand with octave effects, and it's been popular ever since. The Foxxton Woods spans eras with its tones, from classic '60s to filthy '90s and more. 

The Body Control adjusts the low-end frequencies, allowing you to dial in muscular, deep tones or a tighter, more focused sound for cutting through a mix - or somewhere in between. 

The Shift control adjusts the mid-range frequencies, enabling you go from mid-scooped to mid-boosted tones.

What's new?

This latest version of the Zander Circuitry Foxxton Woods fuzz features a more compact footprint, beautiful knurled steel controls, and an upgrade from six to eight options on the signature clipping selector:

  • Germanium: A smooth, sweet sounding form of clipping, very ‘amp-like’ in its response.
  • Silicon: Louder, brighter and more aggressive sounding.
  • LED: Even louder, less saturated but very punchy.
  • Asymmetrical germanium: A more aggressive germanium sound.
  • Asymmetrical silicon: Beefing up the aggression of the silicon sound.
  • Asymmetrical LED: A more aggressive version of the LED sound.
  • MOSFET: Similar to the silicon setting but a bit sweeter, crunchier and a touch more saturated.
  • No  diodes: Loads of output but not much gain.

The pedal features two foot-switches, enabling you to access the octave-fuzz or fuzz separately - each is also linked to an independent volume control. The switches support both momentary and latching switching, meaning that you can temporarily engage one of the effects by holding your foot down on the relevant switch then releasing it when you're done.

Features:

  • Updated version of Foxxton Woods for 2021
  • Top-mounted jacks
  • Gain, Tone, Body, Shift, O Level, F Level & Diode Selector Controls
  • Power: 9V power adaptor, centre-negative (not included).
  • Current draw: 128mA

 

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ZANDER CIRCUITRY American Geek transparent front | Boost Guitar Pedals
ZANDER CIRCUITRY American Geek transparent front | Boost Guitar Pedals

ZANDER CIRCUITRY American Geek

£149.00

The Zander Circuitry American Geek takes all that's great about the classic silicon Big Muff circuit and ramps it up a notch. Combining one of the most popular vintage guitar sounds with modern circuit design, the American Geek needs to be experienced.

Key to getting a great tone with a Muff-style fuzz is the EQ, and the American Geek features a super-tweakable EQ section. Two Shift controls alter the capacitor values in the tone stack, adjusting the filter sweep and cut-off. These controls interact with the Tone control to enable you dial in all versions of the silicon Big Muff - and more.

What's new?

This latest version of the Zander Circuitry American Geek features a more compact footprint, beautiful knurled steel controls, and an upgrade from six to eight options on the signature clipping selector:

  • Germanium: A smooth, sweet sounding form of clipping, very ‘amp-like’ in its response.
  • Silicon: Louder, brighter and more aggressive sounding.
  • LED: Even louder, less saturated but very punchy.
  • Asymmetrical germanium: A more aggressive germanium sound.
  • Asymmetrical silicon: Beefing up the aggression of the silicon sound.
  • Asymmetrical LED: A more aggressive version of the LED sound.
  • MOSFET: Similar to the silicon setting but a bit sweeter, crunchier and a touch more saturated.
  • No  diodes: Loads of output but not much gain.

The pedal features two footswitches, the second of which gives you access to the Blast function - a second channel with an independent volume control and the gain set to maximum. The switches support both momentary and latching switching, meaning that you can temporarily engage a channel by holding your foot down on the relevant switch then releasing it when you're done.

Features:

  • Updated version of American Geek fuzz for 2021
  • Top-mounted jacks
  • Gain, Tone, Shift 1, Shift 2, Blast, Level & Diode Selector controls
  • Power: 9V power adaptor, centre-negative (not included).
  • Current draw: 126mA

 

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GREENHOUSE EFFECTS Logos Chorus-Vibrato Front Transparent | Boost Guitar Pedals
GREENHOUSE EFFECTS Logos Chorus-Vibrato Front Transparent | Boost Guitar Pedals
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GREENHOUSE EFFECTS Logos Chorus-Vibrato

£158.00

The Greenhouse Effects Logos Chorus-Vibrato is a cleverly designed and beautifully executed modulation powerhouse: select from 3 chorus modes or turn the Mix knob to 100% to access a classic vibrato effect. What's more, an expression pedal input makes it even more controllable and versatile on the stage.

Pitch shifting, multiple voices, LFO, feedback, envelope detection, waveforms, distortion and even reverb are blended together and rearranged to make 48 different combinations of awesome sounds.

The pedal's party trick is its "Logos" mode, which is a chorus with an LFO featuring various pitch interval settings and added reverb. As Roy at Greenhouse Effects says, "it feels like an organ player is playing along with you in a large hall!"

The 3 Chorus Modes:

  1. Order Mode: Classic chorus with up to 8 cascading voices, normal to extreme depth, DSS: Max Depth for noisy chaos. Hidden feature: Automated rate.
  2. Chaos Mode: 8 chaotic modes of pitch modulation, envelope LFO, waveforms and double voice. DSS: Max Depth
  3. Logos Mode: Beautiful, dreamy chorus with 8 combinations of modulated intervals, octave up/down, 5th intervals, and flanger-like modulation at lower settings. This setting includes a hall-style reverb for added angelic ambience. DSS: Max Depth for noisy chaos. Hidden feature: LFO off. 

One genius implementation is the DSS (Dual Switching System) , which gives you access to secondary functions in each mode when you hold down the footswitch for more than 200ms. There are also "hidden" features for each mode, accessed by maxing out the Rate control.

The Logos is another example of the great work Greenhouse Effects has been doing combining analogue circuitry with digital controls. Sit down with this for a weekend and explore all the sounds it has to offer - there's a lot to discover!

Features:

  • Multi-mode chorus pedal with vibrato setting
  • Unique "Logos" mode
  • Mod, Depth, Rate/Sens/Pitch & Mix controls
  • True bypass
  • Power: 9V power adaptor, centre-negative (not included)

 

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Boost & Overdrive Pedals

Boost and overdrive pedals were originally designed to push tube amps of the day into full-blown saturation, that just cranking the amps to full volume couldn't achieve - this was before high-gain amps existed and many amps were only capable of achieving crunch tones without help from boost or overdrive pedals.

There are many different 'flavours' of boost and overdrive these days: the more subtle designs add a touch of hair or grit, ideal for bluesy breakup, while others have more punch for a heavier or more harmonically rich sound. Some, such as the famed Klon Centaur, are renowned for their transparency, while others such as the Dallas Rangemaster Treble Booster deliberately boost particular frequencies.

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Distortion Pedals

Distortion pedals provide a new tonal palette for your amp, hard-clipping the input signal to achieve distorted sounds. Many guitarists use a distortion with a clean amp setting.

Distortion pedals span a huge range of sounds, from classic rock tones through to modern metal, plus everything in between.

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Fuzz Pedals

Fuzz pedals first appeared in the 1960s and soon became popular thanks to links with guitarists such as Jimi Hendrix, Keith Richards and Pete Townshend.

From the first few pedals, including the Maestro FZ-1 Fuzz Tone and the Dallas-Arbiter Fuzz Face, a multitude of fuzz pedals now exists - some are accurate replicas of these illustrious forebears while others are completely new designs. 

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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!

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