Cusack Music Introduces the Meta Plexi

A high-gain, amp-in-a-box pedal that operates on FETs instead of tubes.

Holland, MI (March 12, 2020) -- Cusack Music has unveiled their newest original design, the Meta Plexi. The Meta Plexi is a high-gain amp emulator pedal with a classic hybrid preamp design operating on FETs instead of tubes.


  • Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, and Gain controls.
  • Vintage /Modern bias selector.
  • Lead level switch to choose between three levels of lead boost ( 3,6,9 db) for when lead is engaged.
  • Lead level boost foot switch , with lead engagement status indicated by LED color in or out of bypass.
  • 9V power supply only - no internal battery connection , low 19mA draw.
  • Made in USA, lifetime warranty.

$195 MAP/street price.

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