The Different Types of Distortion Pedals for Guitar
There are hundreds of distortion pedals, many with confusing names like fuzz face or overdrive. Learn the different types of distortion effects for guitar.
Contains info on all Alesis products via an online catalog, has a downloads area, offers customer support, etc.
Fecently overhauled site provides excellent support and info regarding Boss effect pedals.
A brief introduction to the vintage-style pedal/guitar/amp makers. Not a whole lot of information here, but it does provide contact info.
A really strong site that offers strong support for all Digitech products, tips, mailing lists, downloadable manuals (in .pdf format), and much more.
Includes a "tech talk" area, where Dod pedal owners can ask questions, and get feedback about their gear..
One of the great effects manufacturers of the 1960s, this company fizzled in the mid 1980s. Now they're back.. and you can hear and see their effects pedals on this official site.
Official site for the pedal manufacturer.
Relatively basic site that gives brief outlines of pedals that Ibanez offers.
Site that boasts new products, but is incomplete in it's archiving of older Korg equipment.
No-frills site that contains lots of useful info on Lexicon products. Includes users manual downloads, and mores.
Includes product archives, reviews, online store, and more. Also of note: an archive of rack presets, available for download.
From the makers of RockTek effect pedals. Online price guide gives you an idea of just how inexpensive these pedals are.
Makers of highly regarded studio-quality effects. Site includes users manuals available for download.
Makers of the highly acclaimed Rt. 66, and Jekyll & Hyde overdrive pedals. Site includes audio clips of pedals in use.
Website featuring the popular multi-effect units. Those interested can download users manuals of Zoom products from the site.