- 1 x Tone City Tremble Tremolo Pedal
- 1 x Tone City Sweet Cream Overdrive Pedal
- 1 x Landlord FX Banging Hangover Reverb Pedal
- 1 x Landlord FX Lock In Guitar Tuner Pedal
- 1 x Landlord FX A Cheeky Pint Compressor Pedal
- 1 x Tourtech Small Pedal Board with Soft Case
- 1 x Stagg 9V 1.7 Amp DC Adapter For Guitar Effect Pedals
- 1 x Tourtech 5 Way Daisy Chain Pedal Power Cable
- 4 x Single Andertons Pro Sound Right Angle Jack Patch Cable 30cm
The Blues pedalboard bundle is everything you need to follow in the steps of famous guitarists like BB. King and Eric Clapton! This is the the easiest and most cost-effective way to enter the world of guitar effects.
Included in this package is a combination of Landlord FX and Tone City mini pedals - perfectly suited to players after a simple tone solution.
The Pedaltrain Nano is one of the best small footprint pedalboards available. Built like a tank for travel use and provides plenty of space to house all your effects. The bundle also comes with reliable right-angle jack patch cables to link your pedals and a daisy chain connector to power them.
The Banging Hangover combines a compact enclosure with simple controls and plenty of sound on tap. It has three modes: room, plate and spring. They do exactly as they suggest, ensuring that this handy little pedal packs a real punch.
Add some oomph to your signal chain with the Cheeky Pint from Landlord FX. With two modes and a simple set of controls, it’ll unlock punch and harmonic detail like you wouldn’t believe!
The Lock In tuner is suitable for guitar, bass, extended range and more, with an impressive range of 12Hz-4186Hz. Its large screen makes it impossible to miss, even in the darkest venues and on the smokiest stages.
The Tone City Sweet Cream Overdrive pedal, as the name suggests, is a smooth-sounding overdrive with an amp-like response. Working wonderfully for adding low-gain grit to a clean signal, the Sweet Cream also stacks well with other drive pedals to achieve huge, rich distorted tones.
Tremolo was one of the very first effects to really take over the guitar world. Originally found built into amplifiers like classic Fenders from the 50s and 60s, this effect is extremely popular for creating large swelling chords and surf-style sounds. The Tone City Tremble Tremolo offers all of that classic tremolo character, without any of the annoying maintenance that goes along with older units.