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Marshall: ShredmasterGuitar Effects
Marshall: Shredmaster

Depsite being be out of production for a number of years, this unit has always enjoyed a rabid and enthusiastic following. Typical gain and output knobs handle distortion amounts while a treble, bass, and a contour knob take care of tonal duties.

POSTED: 07/26/2011 - 08:00 am

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Marshall: JH-1 JackhammerGuitar Effects
Marshall: JH-1 Jackhammer

From cranium crushing crunch, use the Contor control to scoop for savage slamming solos. The most extreme Marshall distortion pedal ever. If you want the earth to move - you need a Jackhammer.

POSTED: 03/20/2012 - 04:36 am

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Marshall: GV-2 Guv'nor PlusGuitar Effects
Marshall: GV-2 Guv'nor Plus

The Guv'nor Plus - Tonally Rich Distortion effect pedal. Shed loads of gain and loads of level, the GV-2 has all the power and tone of our original, much loved Guv'nor pedal - and beyond! Adding one to your set-up is just like adding another Marshall amp to your rig.

POSTED: 08/08/2011 - 04:30 am

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Marshall: ShredmasterGuitar Effects
Marshall: Shredmaster

Depsite being be out of production for a number of years, this unit has always enjoyed a rabid and enthusiastic following. Typical gain and output knobs handle distortion amounts while a treble, bass, and a contour knob take care of tonal duties.

POSTED: 07/26/2011 - 08:00 am

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Marshall: BB-2 Bluesbreaker IIGuitar Effects
Marshall: BB-2 Bluesbreaker II

This bluesy bruiser is effectively two pedals in one - a tonally transparent booster that gives your solos that extra lift, and a truly valve-like overdrive that's so rich in 2nd order harmonics it'll make your guitar gently weep while you wail.

POSTED: 06/07/2011 - 03:45 am

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Marshall: RF-1 ReflectorGuitar Effects
Marshall: RF-1 Reflector

This is an easy to use pedal, there are four controls, mode, reverb time, damping and level. I mostly just fool around tring to get cool/strange tones whilst I play, which this pedal helps me accomplish very nicely. It's also nice as a tone enhancer, improving your clean sound or tightening up distortion.

POSTED: 06/02/2011 - 04:09 am

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Marshall: SV - 1 SupervibeGuitar Effects
Marshall: SV - 1 Supervibe

I recommend this pedal to anyone from beginners the professionals. The pedal is versatile but yet still easy and friendly to use.

POSTED: 01/27/2011 - 03:53 am

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Marshall: VT-1 VibratremGuitar Effects
Marshall: VT-1 Vibratrem

This unit is a piece of cake to use. It really does what it says on the tin. Temelo and vibrato functions. Has simple depth, speed and wave shape control. It is pretty easy to emulate those Vintage trmelo sounds, or a slow swelling Gilmour-esqe sound.

POSTED: 02/03/2010 - 04:30 am

8.6
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Marshall: DrivemasterGuitar Effects
Marshall: Drivemaster

It can be used as a standalone pedal for Overdrive tones and can also be used to Drive an already dirty amp.

POSTED: 04/24/2009 - 03:27 am

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Marshall: RG-1 RegeneratorGuitar Effects
Marshall: RG-1 Regenerator

The Regenerator RG-1 is every modulation pedal you'll need in one package. Again boasting six different modes, the control of the speed, the depth and regeneration and external speed control are via its expression pedal input. Connecting this pedal in stereo creates a truly awesome stereo sound field.

POSTED: 03/13/2009 - 09:27 am

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Marshall: ED-1 CompressorGuitar Effects
Marshall: ED-1 Compressor

Add sustain to your solos, even out your attack, and get rid of those nasty peaks and troughs. For smooth legato lead, funky clean chords, or choppy chicken pickin', call on The Compressor.

POSTED: 11/24/2008 - 04:55 am

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Marshall: EH-1 EchoheadGuitar Effects
Marshall: EH-1 Echohead

From crystal-clear echoes to hypnotic reverse delays via the vintage whir of a retro tape machine, the Echohead recreates 6 different delay effects for you explore. Create pulsing tones from your guitar rig and add dense rhythmic textures to your sound. The EH-1 has a maximum delay time of 2000ms, stereo outputs and a tap tempo delay input.

POSTED: 02/15/2006 - 01:21 am

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