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MXR FX PEDALS

Since 1972, MXR has been a pioneer of the effects pedal market with the revolutionary development of tough and rugged stomp boxes, simple utilitarian designs, small sizes, and 100% rich analog tone. Today Dunlop continues MXR's traditional pedal line of original MXR classics that has come to define the brand, as well as new modern classics like ...

Since 1972, MXR has been a pioneer of the effects pedal market with the revolutionary development of tough and rugged stomp boxes, simple utilitarian designs, small sizes, and 100% rich analog tone. Today Dunlop continues MXR's traditional pedal line of original MXR classics that has come to define the brand, as well as new modern classics like the Carbon Copy and Fullbore Metal. However, MXR has never stopped innovating and continues to inspire with award winning designs. MXR Bass Innovations has recently released the Bass Octave Deluxe and Bass Envelope Filter with both pedals winning Editor Awards in Bass Player Magazine, and Platinum Awards from Guitar World Magazine. The MXR Custom Shop faithfully resurrects recreations of the long-lost vintage models such as the hand-wired Phase 45, as well as doing limited runs of pedals featuring premium components and highly modified designs such as the new Custom Comp.

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MXR FX PEDALS  There are 10 products.

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  • Electric Guitar FX
    An effects unit or pedal is an electronic or digital device that alters how a musical instrument or other audio source sounds. Some effects subtly "color" a sound, such as a reverb unit used on a low setting, while others transform it dramatically, such as a distortion pedal set to its maximum level. Musicians use effects units during live performances or in the studio, typically with electric guitar, electronic keyboard, electric piano or electric bass. While most frequently used with electric or electronic instruments, effects can also be used with acoustic instruments, drums and vocals.Examples of common effects units include wah-wah pedals, fuzzboxes and reverb units.


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