Siren Pedals Announces the Lindsay Ell Signature Etana

With Etana's grace and strength of purpose, your tone will be taken to new heights. This elegant yet powerful pedal does it all - from a nice clean overdrive to an unexpected and very delightful punch. Prepare to be marveled by her beauty and might.


The Etana features a beautiful yellow enclosure along with a beautiful and stunning female cervitaur. The enclosure size is 4.8 x 2.59 x 1.55 inches and power requirements are 9VDC.

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"Overdrive pedals have always been my love. I am so grateful that with the Etana, I'm able to bring you all of my favorite things in one pedal. This circuit combines grace with strength of purpose in a way that can be as easy as a subtle clean boost, or as large as a soaring solo. Thanks for being a part of my first signature pedal!" - Lindsay Ell

The Etana is now available for a retail price of $199 each and can be purchased online now at sirenpedals.com. Lindsay is autographing a limited edition insert with the first 100 pedals so be sure to pick up yours today.

A maze of modulation and reverberations leads down many colorful tone vortices.

Deep clanging reverb tones. Unexpected reverb/modulation combinations.

Steep learning curve for a superficially simple pedal.

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