Dwarfcraft Guitar and Bass Effects Pedals
Handmade in the United States, Dwarfcraft Devices was established in 2007 to push the boundaries of sound design. Each of its guitar and bass effects pedals are hand-wired in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and designed to work beautifully on a whole variety of instruments. Select from guitar fuzz pedals and aggressive filters, as well as echo and tremolo guitar effects pedals.Attack Release Filters
Looking for an ultra-aggressive filter on your guitar and bass effects pedals ? The Attack Release Filter is packed with features to achieve just that. Use the DRV knob to overload the filter and create a powerful blown-out sound with the CV gate signal controlling the envelope activation and duration of the sustained peak. Enjoy greater control than regular envelope follower-style filter guitar effects pedals that often trigger at the wrong time.Wizard of Pitch
Dwarfcraft's Wizard of Pitch is a miniature take on its popular Pitchgrinder pedal with an added mix control. Take advantage of a 32-bit resolution and dual-function speed control with the option to function as a standard pitch shifter or an effective crossfader between "wet" and "dry" signals when turned up. It's a great addition to your pedalboard if you want traditional pitch shifting with a touch of adventure thrown into the mix.Minivan Echo
Looking to add some otherworldly sounds into your repertoire? The Minivan is a dark echo with an analogue sound that makes a great addition to your guitar accessories. It has been designed to give players greater access to lo-fi elements of the chip with expression control over the feedback and the option to work with pitch shifting pedals to create different delays.Twin Stags Double Tremolo
The first modulation pedal to be created by Dwarfcraft is the Twin Stags Double Tremolo, which features two tremolo circuits that offer a whole spectrum of speeds. You can skew the LFOs from ramp to saw with the option for two expression pedal inputs to control the rate of each LFO. Each channel boasts waveshape functions to control rate and depth, allowing you to create stand-out effects.