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The MXR Phase 90 set the benchmark for phasers, with its thick and rich tone. Our in-house work horse, purchased in 1974, was meticulously spec'd and recreated as the '74 Vintage Phase 90.
Often imitated but never duplicated, the elusive vintage “script” Phase 90 is at the top of the list for pedal collectors worldwide.
The Dyna Comp Compressor is famous for its first-rate, no-nonsense approach to tightening up your guitar signal and creating rich, full-bodied sustain. Like the Phase 90, this little red gem is a legend among its kind.
The '75 Vintage Phase 45 reissue from the MXR Custom Shop reproduces the rare little brother of the Phase 90 to exacting specifications.
The DD11 Dime Distortion delivers a heavy, aggressive, razor-sharp tone that rages with distortion but remains tight and focused enough to keep up with lightning-fast rhythm lines and scorching solos.
Everyone knows that it was the MXR Flanger that powered the timeless Van Halen tunes "Unchained" and "And The Cradle Will Rock". Now you can grab a piece of that world-class tone with the MXR EVH117 Flanger.
Grab a piece of Eddie's magic with the MXR EVH 90—a collaboration between Eddie Van Halen and Dunlop Manufacturing that represents an updated version of the legendary Phase 90.
This device has found its way into many of Eddie Van Halen's recordings, adding a shimmery velocity to lead passages or a more dramatic swoosh to muted strumming. Not just for guitars; it works well with bass, keyboards and even vocals.
This box will produce that percussive, clicky sound on a clean guitar that you've heard on so many pop hits. It also adds smooth sustain to lead lines.
This is the crazy effect heard on Jimmy Page's "Fool in the Rain" solo. The Blue Box Octave Fuzz takes your guitar signal and duplicates it two octaves down for a huge, subterranean tone.
This little yellow box is responsible for those great distortion sounds heard on so many classic recordings.
This big brother of the Phase 90 offers an even broader range of sounds. Along with the speed control there is a 4-position rotary switch that selects between four different intensities, defined as preset waveform patterns.