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Wampler  Clarksdale Overdrive
253.57$ CAD   
At the crossroads of Highway 61 and Junction 49 lies the official crossroads of Clarksdale, Mississippi - the birthplace of the Delta Blues. This historic town, and the famous music that was created there, is responsible for the inspiration behind this pedal - The Clarksdale Overdrive.

Blues and non-blues guitar players have used Tube Screamer® type circuits for years to help them create their own signature sound. Over the years, countless players have been asking Brian to create that world famous vintage mid-range overdrive - well he finally did it!

The Clarksdale is Brian's take on that world famous lime green overdrive many of us have come to love- with a few great Wampler styled improvements of course. The world of Boutique pedals is filled with lots of great clones...
 
Wampler  Decibel +
164.81$ CAD Quantité Limitée  
The Wampler Pedals "Clean Buffer" was an extremely well-liked pedal during its production, known for its purity of tone and for offering fantastic buffering that allowed pretty much any gear to get along nicely. We've had constant requests since it was discontinued to make just a few more, or from people wondering when it would be coming back?

The Wampler Pedals "Talent Booster" is another favorite from the past, a pedal which could make your tone not just louder, but better, too. Calls for another Wampler Pedals boost intensified when the "SLOstortion" was released, with many users loving the boost side of that 2-in-1 pedal so much that they've been requesting Brian put his mind to making Wampler Pedals users a new boost pedal that they could put wherever they want.

Wi...
 
Wampler  Dual Fusion
329.66$ CAD   
The Dual Fusion pedal from Wampler Pedals is, we think, the first overdrive pedal specifically voiced to the new breed of fusion guitarists.

Fusion in its current form is a fairly new concept, with roots not only in theoretical jazz but rock; not classic blues based rock, but the more technically advanced "shredders" that first became popular in the mid to late 80's.

One of the forerunners of this genre is Tom Quayle. Tom is the UK's finest and most in demand exponent of modern fusion. With a rich theoretical knowledge, a student base that contains not only "regular" players but also some absolute stellar names in the industry, and a pair of ears that are completely unforgiving he has never been able to locate a pedal he can use that allows him to be the guitarist he tr...
 
Wampler  Ego compressor
253.57$ CAD   
From silky smooth sustain to full out country chicken-picken territory, the Wampler Ego Compressor is the most versatile compressor pedal on the market.

So the big question is: what does a compressor do? A compressor adds an element of control to your playing level - it will bring the quieter parts up and the louder parts down. While an ordinary compressor pedal can give you an element of control, a great compressor will give you the "feel" that other average compressors lack.

A great tube amp when driven into its sweet spot will naturally compress. Many budget compressors give you the squash and squeeze of a driven amp, but more often than not you tend to lose most of your playing dynamics and expression. The Ego Compressor will give that element of squash and squeeze,...
 
Wampler  Euphoria
253.57$ CAD   
When Brian created the circuit that would eventually become the Euphoria, he was working on creating a pedal that would go from clean tones to distorted tones while adding a bit of warmth. He wanted something for himself that would be dynamic, have a great sounding "gritty" tone to it yet be able to respond to the volume knob like a tube amp. Everything about Brian is in the dynamics of sound and if a pedal can't work with him dynamically, then he just can't use it.

The Euphoria is his take on that elusive tone and feel made famous by "D style Amplifiers" - smooth creaminess yet crunchy when you need it to be, yet the tonality is much more transparent than other "D sounding" pedals. Very responsive tone controls that interact with the pedal - they don't just "color" the sound. Th...
 
Wampler  Faux Analog Echo
253.57$ CAD   
Whether you choose a long drawn out delay time, a short slap back, or just enough delay and echo to fatten up your rhythm section - a great delay pedal can take your guitar playing to the next level.

The Wampler Faux Analog Echo is a pure sounding, straight ahead delay pedal that will allow your tone to remain intact note after note - without coloration. For this reason, the Faux Analog Echo has found it's way on to the boards of countless musicians. From the weekend warrior to country playing greats like Brad Paisley and Brent Mason - the Faux Analog Echo will be your go to delay pedal night after night.

The Faux Analog Echo is based around the industry leading pt2399 chip. The industry standard for delay pedals. We treat the signal path in such a way that the dry pa...
 
Wampler  Faux Tape Echo
304.30$ CAD   
The Faux Tape Echo delay has become a staple in Nashville and beyond, from masterful session guitarists to studio "house sound" collections and of course seen on stages worldwide! Based around very carefully selected and very rigorously tested PT2399 delay chips, the Faux AnalogEcho and Faux Tape Echo circuits allowed Brian to combine the note clarity of a sophisticated digital delay with an all-analog dry path (unaffected signal) and magnificent all-analog tone-shaping and modulation circuitry.

With our hybrid design approach, you get the best of both worlds. You get note clarity, lower noise, and longer delay times from digital delays. You get the lovely warmth and little, exquisite touches that are usually reserved for analog delays. Nearly every part of the pedal, all of its ...
 
Wampler  Hot Wired V2
329.66$ CAD Quantité Limitée  
Most people think they've never heard of Brent Mason. We would bet that although you may not recognize the name, chances are huge that you have heard him. Brent is, without doubt, the number 1 session musician working out of Nashville and has been since the early 1990's.

If you have seen 'Friends', 'Bridget Jones Diary' or 'Becker'. Or listened to Shania Twain, Travis Tritt, Alan Jackson, George Strait or any other of the hundreds of artists that call Brent first when they need a guitar player on their recording, you've heard him. It's getting to the point now where Brent is probably one of the most recorded guitar players in history.

Not only is he a now a legendary studio figure, but also a renowned composer and songwriter. His compositions have been used in countless...
 
Wampler  Latitude Deluxe
304.30$ CAD Quantité Limitée  
From the sweet shimmering tremolo of yesteryear to helicopter choppiness of today, the tremolo has been a staple for guitar effects. With one foot in sweet vintage tremolo tones and one foot in more modern helicopter chops, the Wampler Latitude Tremolo Deluxe offers the best of both worlds.

Finally there is a Tremolo with all the bells and whistles. This tremolo pedal was designed for the player that wants a plethora of tremolo options underfoot. The Latitude utilizes digital technology to control a completely analog guitar signal path; bringing you the best of both worlds.

With its tap tempo controls and multiple time divisions - the Latitude is easy to sync with whatever song you are playing. Have a drummer that's time keeping is a little off? The tap tempo control w...
 
Wampler  Low Blow
266.26$ CAD   
Some of the most consistently asked questions to Wamlper Pedals is "Will this pedal work on bass?" or "Have you got a bass overdrive?". So, several years ago Brian Wampler started on tweaking a bass circuit, it's been out to more players than we can remember, with each one making a suggestion about how it can be improved. After this, they all started saying "That's it, it's perfect". That was the point Brian started to really refine it. Working with Wampler engineer (and bass player) Jake Steffes, Brian tuned the gain stages to perfection and the Low Blow was born.

Each of the 2 clipping modes - Smooth and Jagged - react just the way you would expect them too. Smooth giving you more of an overdrive with the jagged being more distorted. The addition of a 3 band EQ (Bass, Mids, and...
 
Wampler  Paisley Drive
278.94$ CAD   
Since late 2009, we discovered that Brad Paisley was using Wampler Pedals. He started with the Faux AnalogEcho, then got an Ego Compressor and then had the Underdog overdrive.

Everything was great until his tech at the time, Chad, mentioned to Brian that Brad still was not quite settled on the overdrive sound he was getting from his live rig. could Wampler maybe look at making a pedal .??

Brads requirements were quite "simple". it needs to be clean but get crunchy with some "beef" to it. It needs to have a fluid tone when soloing. I needs to add a little hair to the tone but then but then has to be able to give flat out ball busting gain, oh. but please do not wreck the tonality. It needs to have everything, in a pedal format, but do not make it sound like a pedal...!
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Wampler  Pinacle STD
253.57$ CAD   
Sometimes you need extreme gain, sometimes you need mild overdrive...this pedal does that with an awesome "Brown Sound"! It has an extremely tweakable EQ - from scooped mids to tons of warm mids, all with the turn of 2 knobs.

This pedal has 4 knobs -- two separate tone controls that act as a sort of parametric EQ, gain and volume. It also has a 'bright' switch that adds a ton of variety and is very handy when playing a dark sounding amp, as well as another toggle switch that will give you high gain "Brown Sound" tones.
 
Wampler  Pinnacle "deluxe"
304.30$ CAD   
Zeke Clark, Edward Van Halen's longtime renowned guitar tech played through a pinnacle and this is what he had to say:

"I've played tons of pedals that promised that "Brown Sound"... this pedal NAILS it better than anything I've ever heard or played." - Zeke Clark, former tech for Eddie Van Halen

Sometimes you need extreme gain, sometimes you need mild overdrive...this pedal does that with an awesome "Brown Sound"! It has an extremely tweakable EQ - from scooped mids to tons of warm mids, all with the turn of 2 knobs.

This pedal has 4 knobs -- two separate tone controls that act as a sort of parametric EQ, gain and volume. It also has a 'bright' switch that adds a ton of variety and is very handy when playing a dark sounding amp, as well as another toggle switc...
 
Wampler  Plexi-Drive
253.57$ CAD   
Since the early 60's, Marshall Amplifiers ® have lead the way in rock tones with its legendary tight overdrive and coveted bass response. Early rock legends such as: Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Cream, and AC/DC help lead the way in creating some of the most iconic rock tones ever produced and catapulted Marshall Amplifiers ® into rock legendary status.

With these huge influential musicians and tones in mind, Brian Wampler sat down and designed a pedal that could give help him produce the same guitar tones of some of his rock heroes - without costing him an arm and a leg by shelling out the money for a vintage Marshall ® stack. Enter the Plexi-Drive.

The Plexi-Drive's unique gain structure is capable of running the tonal rock gamete! From bluesy srtyle 18-watt Marshall...
 
Wampler  PlexiDrive Deluxe
304.30$ CAD   
Since the early 60's, Marshall Amplifiers® have lead the way in rock tones with its legendary tight overdrive and coveted bass response. Early rock legends such as: Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Cream, and AC/DC helped lead the way in creating some of the most iconic rock tones ever produced and catapulted Marshall® into rock legendary status.

The Plexi-Drive Deluxe, is a direct descendent of the Plexi-Drive Standard but with a few upgraded features. Like the original, the Plexi-Drive Deluxe's unique gain structure can cover everything from Vintage '68 style Plexi tones to the all out massive rock tones of a JTM-45® cranked to ten, or even eleven...

With the addition of an all-new active 3 band Bass/Mids/Treble EQ stack - you can now have even more tonal control. With the...
 
Wampler  SLOstortion
287.97$ CAD   
Somewhere between the classic distortion tones and the ultra-modern high gain sound, there was an American amplifier that redefined gain. Soldano® amplifiers have been heard on some of the best guitar-god albums, and Brian couldn't resist the challenge of capturing an authentic SLO-100® inspired tone in a pedal. Brian's refined ear and wealth of experience designing pedals has led him to take what he feels are the killer tones of that amp and bring them under foot for guitarists with any setup.

The SLOstortion brings the awesome tone of those killer high-wattage heads and famous preamps together into one package, with a voicing that will be maintained across virtually any setup. No need to worry whether you'll have a good clean tone and a good distorted tone. Just your favorite a...
 
Wampler  Sovereign Distortion
253.57$ CAD   
To a discerning and devoted league of tone chasers, Brian Wampler is The King when it comes to organic, convincing and inspiring dirt tones. Thus we thought it only fitting to name Brian's latest pedal - a simple Distortion pedal - The Sovereign.

A little presumptuous, you might say? No, we think this is a pedal that lives up to its name. Oh, yes. From cream to ream; thrash to powder puff; hellacious burn to heavenly soothe; The Sovereign will do it for you. Truly.

You see, Brian was asked by a very convincing and influential client (whom we shall name later) to make, a "simple distortion pedal". Let's think for a moment about the amazing "distortion" pedals Brian has already given us: The Plexi series, the SLOstortion, The ubiquitous Pinnacle and others. How could he t...
 
Wampler  Thirty Something
304.30$ CAD   
Finally after tweaking this pedal for 3 years, Brian was beyond happy. Other pedals have come and gone, but this one has always been on the breadboard; being tweaked here and modified there. Finally Brian was ready to present one of his favorite tones of all time.

What makes those amps so special? Well, first of all there is the "chime" - A beautifully clear and concise high response that cuts through anything. Then there is the overdrive. When you push it hard (with the boost switch activated) the tone creates a midrange hump that makes your tone enormous but with enough clarity to hear every string ring through. The Thirty Something truly is a master class in tone.

As you would expect from Wampler Pedals, great care has been taken to ensure authenticity of tone. The E...
 
Wampler  Triple Wreck
342.34$ CAD   
This pedal is probably one of the tightest, thickest highest gain distortions you have ever heard... Many people have told us that it sounds more like a 5150 amp to them than a distortion pedal, that may very well be - All we know is that Brian designed it to just to be an ass kicking distortion pedal, heavier than everything else, meaner than everything else, and it is.

With a solid three band EQ (total control allowing you to scoop out those mids without it peeking out the lows and highs like so many other pedals) you can emulate some of your favorite high gain tones, but as this pedal is so versatile, you can easily find a distinctive tone all of your own. There is so much control over the tone your distinctive sound is waiting for you. Believe it or not, even when the gain i...
 
Wampler  Tweed 57
253.57$ CAD   
Coveted by blues, country, and rock players alike - tweed style amplifiers have been staples in famous musicians' live and studio setups since their introduction. With their warm sound and pushed volume tube break-up, the tone of tweed amps have found their way on to numerous historic recordings of some legendary artists.

Those historic tweed style amps and their legendary tones are responsible for the inspiration behind the Wampler Tweed '57. This pedal offers a wide tonal palette of sounds and includes several features that you've come to expect from Wampler as well as some surprises Brian's cooked up just for this pedal!

Although the Tweed '57 delivers the sound of those vintage tones you have come to love and expect, it is not limited to only one particular sound....
 
Wampler  Velvet Fuzz
253.57$ CAD   
Sometimes, it's not about chasing a tone from one specific piece of equipment, it's about capturing the tones from the entire signal chain.

Looking back through history, there have been some truly outstanding fuzz tones. In particular, the tones achieved by running a fuzz into a screaming stack. The kind of tones that are just earth shattering in their depth, aggression and smoothness.

Brian Wampler, who's always looking for the best tones to capture, decided the chase was on. Taking the base tones from a very famous pedal and the characteristics of a famous stacked, EL34 driven, amp - decided it was about time those tones were brought together in pedal format.

If you are a fan of the tones of the players like David Gilmour or Eric Johnson, then it could be th...
 
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