List of products by supplier: Joe Gore

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  • Joe Gore Cult Germanium Channel Overdrive

    The Joe Gore Cult Germanium Channel Overdrive is an expanded version of the one-knob Cult Germanium Overdrive. Guitar Player magazine calls Cult, “The most dynamic overdrive we’ve heard.” Vintage Guitar declared it, “one of the most flexible fuzz units we have ever tested.” Tone Report says, “Cult’s dynamic range is freaking ridiculous.” Users include...

    $ 295.83
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  • Joe Gore Cult Germanium Overdrive

    Joe Gore Cult Germanium OverdriveWhen Joe Gore delved into the germanium primitive booster designs of the 1960s, he was astonished. How the hell did these electrifying, supremely dynamic circuits fall into disuse? He says he became so obsessed with the circuits that felt like he’d joined some weird germanium cult. That’s why he calls his own take on those...

    $ 235.00
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  • Joe Gore DUH Remedial Fuzz

    Joe Gore Duh Remedial Fuzz One knob. Many tonesDuh isn't as stupid as it looks.You know those fuzzes that sound bitchin' in your bedroom, but vanish in the mix in the studio or onstage? The Joe Gore Pedals Duh Remedial Fuzz isn't one of them.Duh is an aggressive one-knob fuzz that doesn't merely bludgeon your amp with gain, but adds a distinctive,...

    $ 215.00
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  • Joe Gore Filth Fuzz

    Joe Gore Filth FuzzThe downside of complex fuzzes is that they’re a little too wide-ranging, with to many settings you’ll probably never use. It’s easy to waste 20 minutes tweaking knobs without ever nailing the perfect tone. This is what inspired the Joe Gore Filth Interactive Fuzz. It has only four controls, but it’s a cornucopia of cool, quirky, and...

    $ 305.00
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  • Joe Gore Gross Distortion

    Joe Gore Gross DistortionAt its heart, the Joe Gore Gross is a simple, one-transistor distortion from the same family tree as the Electra circuit. This simple yet powerful effect was built into Electra guitars in the late ’70s, and was later adopted by many boutique stompbox builders. For good reason: It’s a lively, dynamically responsive circuit with...

    $ 315.00
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  • Joe Gore Porkolator

    Joe Gore Porkolator Buzzy, fuzzy, and totally badassBack in the 1970s, Interfax, a small effect company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, created the Harmonic Percolator. It was a weird distortion pedal whose enclosure had all the visual charm of a 1987 PC (think: beige) No one cared, and the Percolator soon vanished. That is, until Chicago guitarist/engineer...

    $ 245.00
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  • Joe Gore Purr Vibrato

    Joe Gore Purr Vibrato Sublime simplicity the a one-knob optical vibrato that provides phenomenally warm, smooth, and sexy pulsations. Its throbbing is hypnotic, immersive, and less fatiguing than most modulation effects. Purr just seems to gush.Doesn’t a modulation pedal need separate rate and depth controls? Not necessarily. This one-knob scheme just...

    $ 280.00
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  • Joe Gore Screech

    Joe Gore SCREECH Overtone overdoseThe Joe Gore Screech is descended from vintage octave fuzzes like the Ampeg Scrambler and Dan Armstrong Green Ringer, but it’s not a clone. It provides much clearer octave overtones, and you don’t need an extra booster for great results.Most octave fuzzes work best when you play near the 12th fret using the neck pickup....

    $ 215.00
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