Funny ass questions.

What’s your return policy?

If you’re the kind of guy that buys a suit for a wedding and then returns it the next day, these pedals aren’t for you. JK, I personally design and build each pedal and I want you to know that I stand behind my products. Contact me for any reason.

Do you ship Internationally?

Yes, I can send it to almost any country via USPS Priority Mail International. Please note that we are located in the USA. Also, please note that many countries charge tariffs, VAT, taxes, and can sometimes hold packages in customs. If your address doesn’t permit a purchase in the checkout, please send a message requesting an invoice including the country to which it will be shipped.

Where are your pedals made?

They begin as a dream in my head, then take shape with arduous development. The components for my pedals are sourced globally, from countries including China, Japan, Taiwan, Canada and U.S.A in order to yield the best results for the circuit. The enclosures are finished, and hand wired in Los Angeles.

What is a passive pedal?

Passive basically means that there are neither electricity nor signal processors in the circuit, and as such the signal is never re-amplified from the source. In my opinion, this is very beneficial in maintaining signal integrity in cases where it’s possible to use passive circuitry. A perfect example of this is passive vs. active pickup systems in guitars, and the differences you hear between the two. Passive circuits can feel more open and alive to me personally, but one is not better than the other; it’s a matter of personal preference.