Radical II or too radical? We stuck our classic ‘80s flavored delay in the Betamax and fast-forwarded to the good part. But instead of an eyeful of Phoebe Cates, we discovered the Radical Delay II+.
The sound you love with more reasons to love it, like updated cosmetics and built-in tap tempo.
Educate your tone. Go back to school with your guide to three decades of delay. The History Lesson Vol.II is majoring in Echo with a minor in Modulation.
The History Lesson Vol.II is our loving homage to the best echoes the past has to offer. We’ve updated the pedal with stereo outputs, an improved mixer section, and a tone control for maximum versatility while remaining easy to use. So plug in and turn some knobs with us on our journey through the past.
The sound of a golden summer. This is the sound of a never-ending summer. Those nights when it was light out until 10 and your mom called you home from the back door. Skinned knees, fireflies in a jar and the smell of magnolia trees. Just let the nostalgia wash over you.
The Radical Delay is a re-imagining... The Radical Delay is a re-imagining of the crystal-clear digital delay sounds of the 1980’s — with some modern twists. So grab your hover board and pump up your Reeboks, because we’re about to turn back the clock.
Everyone needs a little boost now and then. The Litho Boost is based on the classic Pharaoh Amplifiers Class-A Boost pedal. The Class-A Boost was one of the original boutique boost pedals, with hundreds of dedicated users across the world. From time to time, Class-A Boost pedals have made their way back to our shop and we've been floored by just how great they sound! We started with the tried-and-true Class-A Boost circuit and then did absolutely nothing to it.