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Analog Man Beano Boost
Our Price: $280.00

This pedal is based on the 1960s British Dallas Rangemaster, which was needed at the time to give a treble boost to the dark British amps.
Analog Man Mini Bi-Comp
Our Price: $410.00

This pedal is designed and based on 2 of the most popular compressor pedals in history - the old grey ROSS Compressor and the Dan Armstrong Orange Squeezer.
Analog Man Mini Chorus w/ Mix Trimpot
Our Price: $360.00

Same price as the normal Chorus, as the box is a little cheaper but
the extra labor to build the pedal into the small box is a lot more than
the box savings. These have both battery and DC adapter jack standard,
and the same board inside for the same sounds as the normal Chorus. The boxes on the mini chorus pedals came
out looking great, really nice blue textured color.
Analog Man Standard Chorus
Our Price: $360.00

The Analog Man Chorus was the first boutique chorus and had been tweaked and perfected for over ten years to keep it the standard of the industry.
AnalogMan Sun Face NKT 275
Our Price: $375.00

This sunface comes with the NKT-275 transistors and
Analog Man Juicer Compressor pedal
List Price: $280.00
Our Price: $250.00
Savings: $30.00

Analog Man Juicer compressor based on the Dan Armstrong Orange Squeezer
Analog Man Prince of Tone
Our Price: $210.00

The POT is the same as half of the King of Tone, with an external MODE switch standard. The DISTORTION mode is improved though, for a louder, stronger distortion sound. See http://www.kingoftone.com for more info.
Analog Man Astro Tone
Our Price: $275.00

Analog Man's first new pedal of 2010 is the ASTRO TONE fuzz. This pedal
is based on the 1960's SAM ASH FUZZZ BOXX and ASTROTONE FUZZ made in New
York City in 1966-68 by the Astro Amp company.
Analog Man Sun Face 2SB Germanium Transistors
Our Price: $290.00

Unlike a pedal like a Tube Screamer, which will always sound good if the right chip and other parts are installed correctly, a fuzzface is a very finicky circuit. The transistors used in a fuzzface make all the difference in tone, feel, and amount of fuzz/cleanliness. Germanium transistors were the first type of transistors generally available, starting in the early 1960s. They are not very stable or easy to manufacture consistently. Since silicon transistors took over from germanium, almost nobody makes germaniums anymore, and the few that are made just don't do the trick in a fuzzface circuit. Each transistor used in a fuzzface needs to be tested for several parameters including gain, leakage, noise, and tone to make a great sounding fuzz. These transistors are just not available in any decent quantity. For these reasons, no big company can, or usually even tries to, make a classic germanium fuzzface that sounds good. It's too much of a hassle.
We are now making these in our own cases, as the Analog Man Sun Face . They are built in small gold boxes with our own SUNFACE circuit board which was made small enough to fit in almost any enclosure. This is a VERY high quality board the same type as used on our other pedals. It is better quality than any other fuzzface clone you will find, with shielding, plated through-holes, etc to meet military specs. It also has an internal CLEAN trim pot which you can see on the top left. This trim pot acts just like turning down the VOLUME knob on your guitar, to clean up the fuzz. It can be used to preset the sound if you prefer the sound with the volume knob rolled back a bit. It can also be used to kill Radio Frequency Interference, which may be a problem on high gain pedals in some areas, by turning it down a hair. like all our handmade pedals, the Sunface has true bypass, so when off they do not alter your sound at all.
Analog Man Compressor
Our Price: $300.00

The 30+ year-old original Ross Compressors are about impossible to find and VERY expensive. This led us to first come up with a clone which we made by modifying a Dunlop built MXR Dynacomp reissue, starting in 1999. The pedal in the picture on the left is the Dyna/Ross- a modified reissue dynacomp. It is painted with grey hammerite paint and has the aNaLoG.MaN smiling sun stamped on in red. The bottom plates are not painted as they have huge rubber pads on them, the original red is still around the border.

In the year 2000, there were no Ross Clones being made. So with the help of Alfonso Hermida (Zen Drive), we reverse-engineered an old Ross, and have been making our own version, the Analog Man compROSSor pedal, from scratch ever since. Our comprossors soon became extremely popular and had a long waiting list. So others came out with Klones of the Ross compressor, which is easier now, as all the info to build one can now be found online. But just building from a recipe will not give the same results as a cook who knows how and why to include or discard certain ingredients, and add the perfect seasonings. So we are staying a few steps ahead of the others, you will see the differences in quality and features below. We came out with the ATTACK control in 2001, which one of our COMPetitors finally added in 2005 after years of saying it was not needed. But seems he only added half of an attack control- it only goes one way from the stock setting. Ours is able to ADD or SUBTRACT from the stock setting, which we put in the middle of the range.