Just got a fresh supply of the Marvel Drives from Ramble FX in today! Both black and red versions are in stock. Got that "one amp" syndrome? Got a Fender but sometimes you need it to sound like a roaring Plexi? The Marvel Drive V3 from Ramble FX is pretty much one of the best Marshall in a box style pedals we've ever crossed paths with. The secret sauce in a lot of players vintage Plexi tones was created by patching two of the four inputs together. The resulting blend of the high treble…
The Reverb SME. This small box can sound like some pretty big places with the twist of the Size knob. Everything from Spring style reverb to huge cave like sounds. Separate Wet and Dry controls allow for as much or as little of each signal as you want. Also featured is a Texture knob to adjust the tone of the reverb signal, and of course our True Bypass Switching system. http://coastsonic.com/collections/cusack-music
MJM Effects Britbender from Coast Sonic. This pedal is a must for players seeking the late sixties British rock sound. Using three hand selected germaniums, this pedal has a long compressed sustain to it with an edgy voicing great for solo work. Especially sweet sounding with humbuckers or dark sounding pickups, though works great as well with single coil pickups. A fantastic Tonebender clone, only 179$
Loved for both its small size and lush sound, the Dispatch Master is capable of producing up to 1.5 seconds of delay time with near-infinite repeats and a cavernous reverb. The delay signal is clear and strong with no after effects or signal degradation and the repeats decay into a nice ambient swell with no oscillation. The reverb is MASSIVE and is sure to please those who love our Ghost Echo but want more modern depth and less artifacts. Both effects can be run separately or in unison.
Coast Sonic is pleased to announce that we're now carrying @coppersoundpedals and to start things off right they're a part of our Black Friday event! Save 15% on Coppersound and everything else we carry until midnight tomorrow! #coppersound #coastsonic null