Keeley engineered the Monterey multi-effects pedal to give you the essential tools needed to achieve the legendary tones of Jimi Hendrix. The modulation section of the pedal contains a rotary speaker sound, a vibe, and an autowah. And the fuzz circuit is appropriately warm and full sounding, while being very touch sensitive. In the Monterey, you’ll also find a variable octave up and down that you can run in conjunction with any of the pedal’s tones. The Monterey multi-effects revives one of the most important and influential moments in electric guitar.
Price: CHF 359.00
The sun has risen on Keeley Electronics with the advent of its Memphis Sun, a lo-fi delay, reverb and double tracking pedal. Like its name implies, the Memphis Sun can help lay the foundation for your own Cash or Elvis-reminiscent rig.
Three modes adorn the Memphis Sun: Slapback 600, Sun Mode and Room, each mode is so distinct that each mode may as well be its own pedal. That said, the knobs perform different functions depending on which mode is selected.
Slapback 600: Each echo is filtered at 1kHz, and second- and third-order harmonics are added. The Time knob stretches out just a hair past 600 milliseconds, Regen adds up to three repeats and Reverb adds a subtle room reverb to the delayed signal.
Price: CHF 229.00
Price: CHF 249.00
The Wall of Sound—a concept many have heard of, but nobody can pinpoint. This is the sound captured in Gold Star Studios by Phil Spector and his mentors. Essentially, the technique involved studio artistry that filled in the cracks with lush soundscapes. When you hear a Gold Star song, you know it. The tone was and is legendary.
Leave it to Keeley, then, to develop a reverb pedal that best captures these legendary tones. The Gold Star reverb contains three Wall of Sound-esque modes that cam be manipulated far beyond the studio’s original parameters.
Price: CHF 229.00
The Keeley Bubble Tron delves into some of the signal manipulation techniques that helped make Frank Zappa such a distinctive lead guitarist. A flanger/phaser that dynamically responds to your pick attack, cycling only as you play, the Bubble Tron features a Random Stepped Filter with proprietary M-Style Synth bandpass shaping. Combine its three modes of operation in uniquely creative ways, and the Keeley Bubble Tron plays like an extension of your fingers. And your brain.
Price: CHF 259.00
Drawing inspiration from David Gilmour’s tone to complete the puzzle, the individual pieces that make up the Keeley Dark Side workstation are Fuzz, Delay and Modulation.
The Fuzz side of the Dark Side is a big fuzz style distortion based on a 1977 op-amp style. Letting your guitar sing with sustain, yet retains the essence of you guitar whether single coil or humbucker based.
The next core element in the Dark Side pedal is the Delay and Modulation side. You can select between a multi-head tape delay effect or between a combination of 4 different modulation sounds; Flanger, Rotary Speaker Cabinet, U-Vibe, and Phaser.
Price: CHF 389.00
The Keeley Compressor GC-2 Limiting Amplifier is built around the exotic and extremely high fidelity THAT Corp. 4320. Think of it as a very musical studio-grade compressor in stomp box format It uses high performance Voltage Controlled Amplifiers, on board true-RMS detector, and ultra high performance op-amps to bring you the very best quality. This type of compressor gives you precise control and very musical results. This along with a full frequency range means that this compressor is well suited for guitar, keyboards, drum machines, really, anything you can throw at it. The Keeley GC-2 Limiting Amplifier is both musical and very transparent.
Price: CHF 249.00