What do you do while in lockdown….the answer is develop a new effect! The new Rangemaster Varitone encompasses the original Dallas Rangemaster treble booster will offering a stepped variable frequency selector allowing you to dial in to that sweet spot every time. The new effect utilises a higher gain transistor in order to deliver more Read more about New Rangemaster Varitone launched[…]
We are please to announce we have just produced a very small run of Tone Benders based on the original 1965 prototype. Originally housed in a wooden Wedge rather than the usual ‘production’ metal wedge this is a great fuzz for collectors and fuzz enthusiasts. Check then out on our special editions page! Wooden Case Read more about Exclusive run of Prototype Tone Benders produced[…]
We recently help a customer out in the US to find here DREAM Fuzz Pedal. Check out the great feedback she left us on our Facebook page!
We have had a few requests to see the internals of our new compact series pedals. Below is a pic from our Compact Series MKI Tone Bender which are all hand wired in the UK
Finally after 2 years in development The British Company will be launching their new range of scaled down Vintage FX. The New Compact series will see the same circuits of our Vintage Series pedals recreated in a small (‘Employer’ sized casing). Each of the pedals will feature the original Germanium PNP Transistor configuration and will Read more about NEW Compact Series launching Summer 2018[…]
Internationally acclaimed guitarist Steve Stevens recently picked up one of our Tone Bender Pedals check out his review !
When it comes to Fuzz, Black Keys guitarist Dan Auerbach knows his onions!. We are pleased to here that his latest purchase was a set of cool British Pedal Company products including a Shatterbox, WEM Pep Box and a MKI.5 Tone Bender.
Our latest dealers include Global Vintage – Austalia Distinctive Guitar – USA Ampheadz – USA Hanks Guitar Shop – UK Stomp That Box – USA Ishibashi Music Cream City Music For more details see our stockist page
image from www.tonefiend.com The British Pedal company had a very successfull show picking up new dealers across the globe an lauching our products to over 100,000 people. The British Pedal company were sharing the Hiwatt stand and had their products featured by Hiwatt demonstrators Oz Noy and Elliott Randall. OZ was particularly impressed by the Read more about BPC have a ball at NAMM[…]