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MASF Pedals SCM Percussion Noise Maker
Our Price: $59.00

The MASF SCM is a noise effect that can be paired together the MASF OSC02 or any of your favorite effects. The body of the SCM is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. The body has a pickup built into the unit and spring attached to the body. You can smack around the body of the SCM to create a variety of crashing impactful sounds.
Copilot FX Arrow Airwaves
Our Price: $145.00

The sound of noise to come, if you want to add the spark of crackling, create layers of waves crashing down, the sound of the wind, tv broadcast interference or let some furious blasting sounds take over your signal, we present the Arrow Airwaves. A white noise generator, which can be used as sound manipulator to create layers and layers of different sounds.
MASF Pedals OSC03
Our Price: $169.00

With simple controls the OSC03 exceeds previous models creating the most incredible sounding noise effect oscillator.
TSVG Pedals Babbling Flower
Our Price: $215.00

The Babbling Flower produces computer-like fuzz that randomly clips in odd places. Its tone can go from buzzy to barking.
MASF Pedals Raptio Glitch Delay
Our Price: $219.00

RAPTIO is a Glitch / Hold effects pedal.
Red Panda Bitmap
Our Price: $239.00

The Bitmap is a bitcrusher with fractional bit reduction and sample rate modulation. A brand new bit crushing algorithm adds the warmth and grit of classic samplers, while reducing your signal from 24 bits down to 1 bit.
Dr. Scientist The BitQuest
Our Price: $265.00

The BitQuest is a simple multi-effect pedal, no menus or presets, but it has 8 different weird and cool effects and enough control to be quite powerful. This is a really experimental and creative pedal, full of adventurous sounds.
Rainger FX Air Traffic Controller
Our Price: $319.99

The Air Traffic Controller mixes a Rainger FX optimum distortion circuit with a white noise 'hiss' generator, and sends the sound through a low pass filter. The cut-off frequency of the filter is controlled in three possible ways; by the envelope of the note (the volume), the pitch of the note, or in a random mode.
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