The Eligos and Juneau offer high-gain tones and overdrive, respectively.

Nashville, TN (June 26, 2020) -- Siren Pedals is excited to announce the release of two new guitar effects pedals. After launching earlier this year, Siren is continuing their growth and momentum by adding two more pedals to their lineup. The Eligos, a heavy metal distortion pedal, and Juneau, an overdrive pedal, are both ready to populate pedalboards everywhere.

Eligos channels your own dark forces and create soaring leads with this potent heavy metal distortion pedal which is inspired by the infamous Boss HM-2. You will soon be ascending your tone to powerful new heights where ancestral glory awaits you.

Are you ready to tame the Great Duke of Hell? Captured in a beautiful red enclosure, the demon and his evil steed can be found on display. The enclosure size is 4.8 x 2.59 x 1.55 inches and power requirements are 9VDC.

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Juneau (Overdrive) Meet Juneau. This beast of a pedal is Siren’s interpretation on the the classic Blues Breaker circuit! This stomp box radiates wonder, admiration, and is strikingly beautiful. It purrs like a kitten and roars like a beast. You’ll quickly discover why it is the king of overdrive.

The Juneau features a stunning blue enclosure showcasing a ferocious tiger ready to pounce. The enclosure size is 4.8 x 2.59 x 1.55 inches and power requirements are 9VDC.

The Eligos and Juneau are now available for a retail price of $199 each and both can be purchased online now at

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