The feature-rich Vox guitar pedals provide a wide range of The feature-rich Vox guitar pedals provide a wide range of tones for the avid musician. Utilizing from the same sound engine as their patented VT+ amps and ToneLab multi-effects units, the pedals offer 100 gig quality presets for any musical style. One can simply create the ideal sound with over 100 programmable effects types. Here are the examples of Vox pedals for flexibility.

StompLab IIG Guitar Modeling Effects Pedal
The layout was made to be used easily for any musician level. Dividing up sound categories such as rock, jazz, metal and blues, looking for killer sounds are now easy to find. It also gives 100 different effects to create the ideal tone and save it for later use. Its entire music store lets you create your own signature sound from a vast variety of choices.

Vox V847-A Classic Reissue Wah Pedal
This revamped model improves upon the previous V847’s sleek design, increasing functionality and dynamics. An improved inductor lets the specs sound more closer to the original, and new input buffers perseveres the guitar’s tone in bypass mode, via prevention of impedance loading in the signals. It is a true update of a modern classic.

Vox V846-HW Hand Wired Wah Pedal
This model based on 1960’s Vox V846 Wah Pedal includes True Bypass Operation, a Heavy-duty construction and Vintage Spec Halo-type inductors. The vibe, heart and soul of the original V846 is faithfully emulated for its operation. There are no printed circuit boards here. Instead, intensive hand-wiring lets Vox’s technicians optimize all signal paths for maximum tone and low noise.