Effects Pedals have been used by most guitarists since the sixties: From The Beatles and The Rolling Stones early explorations of Fuzz FX pedals to Jimi Hendrix skilled use his Fuzz Face, Wah Wah and Octavio pedals, guitar effects pedals are everywhere in rock music.
Today, bands such as Metallica, Radiohead, Muse and White Stripes help to popularize FX pedals such as the Digitech Whammy, Electro-Harmonix POG and Big Muff. If you are a guitarist, chances are you love FX pedals, right? So have a look at the fantastic stock of FX Pedals that Dolphin Music has to offer! To find out what guitar pedals your favourite bands use, check the Dolphin Music Artists Pages.
A handful of the newest Electro-Harmonix effects pedals are now cheaper to buy, including the popular B9 Organ Machine! Find out more...
This new model faithfully captures the tone of Jimi's modded Fuzz Face as used at legendary gigs such as Woodstock, The Fillmore and Berkeley.
TC Group are putting Santa to shame this year, with some amazing End-of-the-Year Promos on selected TC Electronic and TC Helicon products. Find out how you can win some fantastic FREEBIES!
The Picth Fork is a pitch shifter synth new effects pedal that gives you a wide range of tonal possibilities.
DOD was the original boutique effects pedal brand, in 1974. Now, five of their most legendary pedals are bacK!
Electro-Harmonix have announced a new FX pedal, the Turnip Greens, that puts a Holy Grail Max reverb and a Soul Food together into one neat package
The new loop pedal by Electro-Harmonix is an affordable and compact pedal with 360 seconds of recording time and 11 storable loops!
It don't matter if it's Black or White. Either way it's fast and accurate, the smallest polyphonic tuners in the world!
The new Boss RC-1 Loop Station is an easy-to-use and affordable compact FX pedal that is certain to become even more popular than its predecessors.
The new Electro-Harmonix Satisfaction fuzz pedal faithfully recreates the classic tones of the Maestro Fuzz-Tone FZ-1, a legendary fx pedal used by The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and The Who.