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Mad Professor pedals are some of the most exquisite stomp boxes used to boost, distort, or compress a signal. They use a small footprint to deliver a big tone. Whether you are using the pedal to boost a lead or bass guitar, it has great control and can give your guitar an amazing sound. The Mad Professor Ruby Red Booster, a combination of two boosters and a switchable buffer, is based on the two most coveted guitar pedals: the BJF Little Red Trebler and Red Rooster Booster. Many guitarists use it as a treble booster or an overdrive unit with master volume control.

The Mad Professor Mello Yello Tremolo makes it easy to produce tunes that are reminiscent of soft swing from the 1950s. It uses the design technology of earlier amps and gives deep modulation that is symmetrical. This blends very well with both distorted and clean tones. Players who want a more powerful effect can use the pedal's level control to boost the signal.

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Mad Professor Mighty Red Distortion (PCB)
Our Price: $169.00

The Mad Professor Mighty Red Distortion PCB packs all the great high-gain distortion that the original Mighty Red does with more output. The new pcb design saves the Mad Professor crew some time and keeps a little extra dough in your pocket.
Mad Professor Stone Gray Distortion (PCB)
Our Price: $169.00

The BJF design Stone Grey Distortion (SGD) pedal for the guitar is a modern, high-gain distortion pedal with unparallelled clarity and definition.
Mad Professor Electric Blue Chorus (PCB)
Our Price: $195.00

A chorus pedal even for people who do not like chorus.
Mad Professor Mello Yello Tremolo (PCB)
Our Price: $195.00

The Mad Professor Mellow Yellow Tremolo (MYT), is a true sine wave tremolo effect designed for tremolo tones from the of 50's type soft swing to deep modulation with great playability, regardless of tremolo depth or speed.
Mad Professor Bluebird Overdrive (PCB)
Our Price: $195.00

Deep Blue Delay is a natural sounding digital/analog delay, with analog direct signal path. The Deep Blue Delay has about the same bandwidth as the classic tape echo units, and it can be used in front of an amplifier or in amplifier effects loops.
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