Prices for MXR Guitar Effect Pedals

Listed below are a selection of MXR Guitar Effect Pedals showing prices from various suppliers in a grid format. Click on the name of the guitar effect pedal you are interested in to be taken to the merchant page and place your order.

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Prices for the MXR Guitar Effect Pedals

Click on the links below to each of the individual MXR Guitar Effect Pedals.

£71.00
£88.00
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33 new from £71.00
1 used from £54.99
as of 17th November 2019 6:16 pm
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£81.00
£129.00
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12 new from £81.00
1 used from £69.99
as of 17th November 2019 6:16 pm
Amazon.co.uk
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£97.00
£121.20
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7 new from £97.00
as of 17th November 2019 6:16 pm
Amazon.co.uk
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£139.00
£209.00
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11 new from £136.02
as of 17th November 2019 6:16 pm
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£145.00
£209.00
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6 new from £145.00
as of 17th November 2019 6:16 pm
Amazon.co.uk
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£219.00
£219.99
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6 new from £216.81
as of 17th November 2019 6:16 pm
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About MXR Guitar Effect Pedals

Prices for MXR Guitar Effect Pedals
Prices for MXR Guitar Effect Pedals

The MXR Guitar Effect Pedals are well known by guitarists having been available for over 40 years. MXR Guitar Effect Pedals. MXR was a New York, USA, based manufacturer of effects pedals, founded in 1972, and incorporated as MXR Innovations, Inc. in 1974.

The MXR trademark is now owned by Jim Dunlop, which continues to produce the original MXR effect units along with new additions to the line.

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MXR Guitar Effect Pedals Explained

A guitar effect unit or pedal is an electronic or digital device that alters the input sound from the guitar pick ups. The modified sound is then output to a guitar amplifier or to another effect pedal to be modified further. Common effects include:

Most modern effects use solid-state electronics eg computer chips however some old and vintage effects use mechanical components like spring reverb and vacuum tubes. Guitar effects can be either small pedals used on the floor eg “stompboxes” or a full rack mounted electronic effects units. Effects are typically controlled by a footswitch, either on the pedal, or as a seperate unit on the floor. Guitarists have used effects for many years to modify the sound from the guitar and to create new and exciting sounds for use on new recordings. These are then used on stage via a pedal board where the guitarist can switch on and off various effects during a live performance to replica the original recording.

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