Robert Keeley has gained a reputation as one of the best pedal modifiers out there. He can turn an ordinary, $40 pedal into a screaming machine with his electronic expertise. Keeley also makes his own stomp boxes, and they can been found on many famous pedal boards. If you have a cheap pedal that you like, but you want to like it more, seek out Robert Keeley's version and compare the two. The difference is in the tone!
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An improvement on the award-winning 2-knob version, this Keeley Compressor (4-Knob) gives you the same superb, transparent compression that has made Keeley famous. This version adds input wave and attack controls on the outside, instead of inside the pedal. Easily Keeley's most popular - the sound of this Keeley Compressor (4-Knob) is all you, only better.
This Keeley DS-1 Ultra Mod is Steve Vai's favorite pedal and it's easy to see why. It's the ultimate Keeley Seeing Eye Mod with extra goodies. The toggle switch allows you to select the Seeing Eye or Ultra mode. The Ultra mode increases the fidelity in high gain modes and increases the total volume a bit to be used as a front end on a high quality tube amp. We've found the differences between this and the standard Seeing Eye Mod to best be heard through say, a boutique amp like a Dr. Z MAZ 38 or a Bogner, a little more open and refined. Check out the difference for yourself and see why this Keeley DS-1 Ultra Mod takes the Boss DS-1 to a whole new level in this great video.
This Keeley Looper is an incredibly small true-bypass looper box from Keeley Electronics! This little wonder is only 1 inch wide and 3 inches long, fits in the tightest of pedal boards and offer you a dramatic improvement in tone. Connect any effect to this unit that is "old school" and not true-bypass. In particular Vintage wahs, echos, phasers, fuzz face type pedals, etc., or even new effects that might have a weak bypass system. These elderly effects rob tone when they are off. Now you can make them truly bypassed when off with this little box. Works with or without power. When you add a DC supply to this unit, the two LEDs let you know if the loop is active or not. The Blue LED indicates your signal is passing through the vintage effect, the Red LED indicates true-bypass. The Keeley Looper, don't leave home without it!
This Keeley Compressor (2-Knob) is the best Ross clone on the market, period! Very clean and has all of the traits of the classic Ross feel. If you are still searching for a Way Huge Saffron Squeeze, stop looking, it's all right here in a very well made pedal. The list of satisfied professionals who use this pedal is too long to name, so if you are a serious compressor user, you need to check this out. And if you really want to squash your signal for slide purposes without killing your tone, try running this alongside a Demeter Compulator for some serious grease. This Keeley Compressor (2-Knob) has a 9v Adapter plug.
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