Effect Pedals & Parts

Adding effects to your signal path is a great way to alter the sound of your guitar. Add reverb, delay, distortion, frequency ranges and other dynamic effects. Build a kit or purchase parts to make your own!

Belton

Accutronics

Accutronics reverb tanks were originally manufactured as a division of Hammond Organ, and became popular in the guitar industry through their inclusion in the famous Fender Twin Reverb. In 2009, Accutronics reverb was sold to Belton who now makes Accutronics reverb tanks as Accu-Bell Sound Inc.

Hammond

Hammond Manufacturing offers a full range of transformers, chokes and enclosures.

Gotoh

Gotoh began manufacturing stringed instrument parts in 1960 and is the only machine head manufacturer in Japan. Their parts are sold worldwide and are a common choice of musical instrument makers.

Effect Pedals & Parts

Adding effects to your signal path is a great way to alter the sound of your guitar. Add reverb, delay, distortion, frequency ranges and other dynamic effects. Build a kit or purchase parts to make your own!
P-ECB-9V1A Battery Box - Gotoh, single, 9 volt
Single 9 volt battery box. See P-ECB-9V1B for single battery box with removable adapter. See P-ECB-9V2 for double battery box.
$13.95
P-ECB-9V1B Battery Box - Gotoh, single, 9 volt, with removable adapter
Single 9 volt battery box. See P-ECB-9V1A for single battery box without removable adapter. See P-ECB-9V2 for double battery box.
$13.95
P-ECB-9V2 Battery Box - Gotoh, Dual, 9 Volt
Dual 9 volt battery box. Two 9V battery compartments, each compartment having its own red and black wires for battery positive and negative connections (4 wires total) allowing for series, parallel or separate connections of two 9V batteries. Four wood screws included. Directions: 1. Refer to the Drawing B and make a hole on guitar body. 57.5 mm (2.26") x 49.5 mm (1.95"), R6 (6 mm = 0.24") 2. Put the box in guitar body and fix it by screws.
$19.00
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