Welcome to the Master Effects online store. Here are a few things that you need to know before ordering a pedal:
1. As I am small custom shop I usually do not carry any pedals in stock. As such almost everything is build to order. Build times are usually 4-6 weeks, but might be delayed due to volume or orders, 3rd party suppliers, etc. Orders are processed and built on a First In-First Out basis. All prices are in US Dollars.
2. Shipping is EXTRA. Typical cost is $15 within Canada/USA and about $40 to Europe/Asia/Australia. Please email for a shipping quote if you are outside of Canada or the USA.
3. Almost everything is customizable. Colour, graphics, knob placement/style/colour, jack placement (top or side), etc. If you see a pedal that you want but want to put your own flair on it, email me directly. Unless otherwise stated, all pedals are true bypass and use standard 2.1mm Boss-style center pin negative power supplies. None of the pedals have provisions for a battery connection.
4. Another option that I have recently started to offer are laser engraved enclosures. I have been working with a 3rd party supplier to offer this service. The benefits are ultra-clean and sharp graphics and text that will not wear off over time. Suggestion: have your name engraved on the pedal for that added personal touch (and to deter anyone from stealing it). If you are interested please inquire. The cost is partially dependent on the amount of detail in the artwork.
5. Relay bypass is optional on virtually all pedals except those with buffered or those with space restrictions inside the enclosure.
6. Just because you don't see it in the store doesn't mean I can't build it. I only have my most popular pedals on the store, but I have made many many others. If you don't see what you want, email me directly.
7. Transferable lifetime warranty on parts and labor. This means if there is a defective component, solder joint, flaky jack, etc you ship the pedal back to me and I'll fix it. If you spill your beverage of choice all over it and short something out (or similar that is not "normal wear and tear") that's not covered. I've seen it all, believe me...