We're no pedal wonderland, but try to carry few interresting stuff. For now, our two main lines are Nux and Source Audio, as well as a few one-off pedals.
Nux is very much focused on budget digital pedals, with a line including a delay, overdrive, metal drive, mod (chorus/flanger/tremolo) and a looper. Under $100, they're pretty solid pedals and wouldn't be ashamed to compte against more reknown pedals.
Source Audio is a very innovative company that focus on digital pedals, whith a pretty uniuqe feature consisting on expending the pedals beyond their physical knob with a tablet/smartphone plug in that allows to reach a bunch of hideen parameters. Once you get your dream effects, you can load them on the pedal and access them directely from the effect selector. You can even rely on other experiemnts and access an online database, loaded by Source Audio but laso by ohter users.
When we can, we get also the pedals we love (and we use), even if we're not a fill line dealer:
- MXR Carbon Copy delay: my favorite analog delay;
- Akai Headrush Looper: I don't go with any other;
- R3D Electronics Reverb: simple and efficient, made here in L.A.
All prices are in USD.