There will only be 250 available worldwide.

Torrence, CA (April 3, 2014) -- In celebration of the 5th Anniversary of the venerable Rocket Fuel pedal and their association with guitarist Doug Aldrich, Majik Box begins shipping the RF-LTD5 today.

Sonically identical to the original Rocket Fuel, the RF-LTD5 features a special anodized treatment that Majik Box developed together with a Los Angeles area hot rod shop. This special process conforms to the Mil-A-8625, ASTM , military and automotive standards, and is known for its durability and beauty. The special finish chosen for this special run pedal is called Atmospheric Blue.

Majik Box will be offering only 250 of these limited edition pedals worldwide. Each Rocket Fuel 5th Anniversary Edition pedal will come with a certificate of authenticity signed and numbered by Doug . The package will also include a pick bag featuring an exclusive set of guitar picks designed by Doug and Majik Box specifically for this package.

Specs:

  • Unique, one of a kind custom finish
  • Includes certificate of authenticity and pick bag featuring 3 exclusive picks
  • Features the same renowned circuitry as the original Rocket Fuel
  • Limited to 250 pcs. worldwide
  • Hand-wired and built in Torrance, CA

Street Price: $349.99

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