One of the most enjoyable things about playing the electric guitar is having the ability to manipulate your tone with various effects pedals. Of course, Mad Professor has been specializing in effects since 2002, and many players agree that theirs are amongst the best.
Whether you're an experienced shredder or just learning your first chords, guitar effects can be enjoyed by musicians of all skill levels. With the simple click of a footswitch, you can add a cool phaser to a solo, fine-tune your sound with a little compression, or turn a clean strum into a thunderous roar. The options are seemingly endless, and so is Mad Professor's catalog. In fact, many well-known recording artists are proud users of Mad Professor effects, including Children Of Bodom, legendary guitarist Fast Eddie Clarke, and Grammy Award winner Pete Anderson.
The right effect for you will obviously come down to your own needs and preferences, but if a new distortion pedal is what you're looking for, then check out the Mighty Red. Modelled after the compressed gain sounds of the 1980s, this hand-wired effect pedal is a lot of fun to play, and ideal for hair-metal fanatics who want to imitate the screaming leads of their favorite decade. Now if it's reverb that you want, then go with the Silver Spring. Creating a natural reverb that doesn't affect your original signal, the Silver Spring's warm tone and pristine clarity is nothing short of top-notch, and perfect for instrumental surf-rock guitarists.
Mad Professor also designs pedals for bassists, and the BlueBerry overdrive is a great way for any low-end thumper to sweeten their performance. With a sound that's similar to vintage tube bass amplifiers, this high-quality dynamic effect pedal can even be used as a booster. Durable, versatile and easy to control, the BlueBerry would make an exceptional addition to any bass player's arsenal.
And these are just a few of the many effects offered in this section. Whatever you choose, you can bet that Mad Professor has just what you need to explore the possibilities of what you can do as a musician, every time you plug into an amplifier.