Eastwood Introduces the Black Box Pedal Series

A series of affordable true-bypass pedals designed to compliment each other.


These true bypass stomp boxes were designed to hold up to use and abuse, but sport more budget-accessible price tags, ranging from $129 - $149. This Series is designed to compliment each other and fit in with 99% of guitar players’ rigs. Use all 6 for a pedal board that covers a lot of sonic ground, or pick 1 or 2 to fill in the gaps on your existing board.

Introducing the Eastwood Black Box Series


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