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It’s built to better fit pedalboards—but three switchable voices make it more versatile, too.

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Pros:
Wide range of wah voices. Smooth sweep. Torque-adjustable treadle stays parked when you want it to. Top-mounted jacks. Bypass LED.

Cons:
Voice switch could be bigger and easier to see.

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$129

Dunlop Cry Baby Junior
jimdunlop.com



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An already great Marshall-in-a-box is made more potent with the addition of a killer treble booster.

 

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Pros:
Great-sounding Marshall-inspired overdrive in a pedal form. Flexible boost channel. Superb for rhythm-to-lead transitions.

Cons:
Can lean toward bright for some tastes.

Street:
$229

Carl Martin PlexiRanger
carlmartin.com


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Thanks to a flexible EQ, this old-school-minded beauty is fantastic at nastying-up leads—but also works great with chords. The PG Dusky Augustus review.

 
 

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Pros:
A very flexible, user-friendly octave fuzz with plenty of aggression and the ability to handle both single-note runs and chords. High-quality build.

Cons:
Not always as dramatically snarly as some old-school octave-fuzz pedals.

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$200

Dusky Electronics Augustus
duskyamp.com


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