How buying a pedal from us will help others.Clyde Electronics CIC is a company with a difference. Every pedal we build is done by hand as part of the training of our engineering apprentices. Also since we are a community interest company we use part of our profits to aid the wider community. In our case we promote Science Technology Engineering Maths in schools by using some of our profits to manufacture 3D printers and supply them to schools.
Wah Wah Pedal
Our Wah Wah’s are a bit more customized compared to your average wah
- A point to point Wah Wah pedal
- Selectable sweep ranges with 6 options
- 4 colours of pedal Tread which will distinguish the type of inductor in the wah.
- Yellow – has a Yellow Fasel Inductor. Its Cup Core produces a clean, direct wah sound.
- Red – has a Red Fasel Inductor. Its Torrodial Core produces a dirty, vintage-oriented wah sound.
- Purple – has a Eleca Halo Inductor. Halo style inductor, made by Eleca.
- Green – has a Wah Inductor ME-6-TONALITY. Provides-Increased tonality, richer harmonics.
We produce limited runs of our various effects pedal using new old stock components. All effects pedal in this range are by their very nature limited product runs. Here at Clyde Electronics we believe in quality, reliability and the maintainability of our products for that reason all pedals in this range are wired point to point on turret boards.
A pedal inspired by the pedal board of the late Jimi Hendrix. We have tried to capture that excitement of the man who blew Clapton out of the water by developing a pedal which captures the tone used on some of the most famous track in rock history.
- A point to point fuzzface using black glass oc44 germanium transistors
- A clean boost which also had an optional octave circuit
- A Tube Emulation
- True by pass between each stage
All in one pedal enclosure.
A Boost for Mr Black
The idea for this pedal came about whilst catching up with Colin Black of “The Stumble” during their tour supporting the animals. I’ve known Colin for years having been a die hard fan of and part time roadie for his Glasgow based Hideaway Blues Band whilst a student in the late 80s early 90s. Its based on the first stage of the Fuzzadelic
- A point to point a clean boost which also had an optional octave circuit
The Mod Ring
Originally this was going to be a standard pedal. Then I had a moment of inspiration or madness whilst i was ordering some enclosure for our Wah Wah pedals. Why not produce a ring modulator that you can vary the frequency of the wave form using a was pedal.
- A point to point A ring modulator in a Wah enclosure where you change the frequency of the wave by using the Wah pedal