VINTAGE ANALOGUE GUITAR EFFECTS PEDALS
Offering lifetime warranty and technical support for all our standard compact series and classic mods and Valve-caster pedals and period correct and refurbishments and unique prototypes. Our stock of vintage parts are all brand new NOS (New Old Stock) electronics components. The main goals of the Rhodium Electronics pedals are reducing SNR (signal to noise ratio) by means of PCB layout, selection of audio grade electronics and wiring configuration whilst simultaneously improving dynamic response, bandwidth and output level of the circuits, all designed to Hi-Fi standard.
Rhodium Electronics certifies every handmade built individually, keeping records of the corresponding effects serial number and year of manufacture, also keeping protection of these details under a company registration book. All compact and bespoke prototype models of effects pedals follow a correlative serial number since 2013, with different specifications and features documented in online videos and posts in social media and blogger site.
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R-MASTER 1962 TREBLE BOOST
RHODIUM ELECTRONICS TREBLE BOOSTER MULLARD OC44 GLASS SPECS 1960S GB
Treble Booster R-Master 1962 Great Britain Mullard Germanium OC44. Built in Tanquelab PCB board and setting up Carling switches, Neutrik jacks and Alpha potentiometer. Vintage electronics parts according to the book of reference, based on Rangemaster Maestro Treble Booster, a stolen circuit from early Roger Mayer designs which dated from 1962.
ARB64 DANDY BOOST
RHODIUM ELECTRONICS TREBLE BOOSTER (silicon)
Dandy Boost ARB64 silicon transistor treble booster based on the 1964 Range-Master, with a different approach to the late '70s SRV guitar tones. A noiseless mini pedal design featuring more predictable dynamics and control; a contemporary silicon treble booster built with a selection of vintage electronics.
ARA67 SAM ASTRO DRIVE-FUZZ
RHODIUM ELECTRONICS ASTRO-TONE 2N3566
ARA67 Astro-Tone is a version of the 1967 silicon fuzz Sam-Ash circuit, popularised by Leslie West and Tommy Bolin. This design follows a vintage specification as per original circuit, with a selection of audio grade electronics and a selected pair of mid seventies silicon 2N3566 transistors.
ARF 68 MKIII/IV FUZZ MKIV .3
RHODIUM ELECTRONICS TONIBENDER LONDON FUZZ
The new ARF68 (following the previous ARF-72 fuzz series) is a take on the classic Tone-Bender MKIII with added mods, allowing it to leak bass frequency signals from the volume control and clean-up the guitar signal well from single pickups; it includes an internal pre-set trimmer to dial the required output gain. Changes in the trimmer setting alter the final EQ of the pedal so it's a very experimental control which can take you to the MKI and F-1 Maestro Fuzz Tone territories and beyond.
RHODIUM ELECTRONICS ONE TRANSISTOR FUZZ
ARO70W Fuzz is a single silicon transistor design - an early overdrive pedal that can re-voice your amplifiers, achieving a fuzzy distortion range. It performs better with Humbucker pickups at unitary gain. Classic '60s and '70s guitar sounds.
ARF71 CAMDEN STONER
RHODIUM ELECTRONICS ONE KNOB FUZZ
One Knob Fuzz take on the legendary Colorsound Wah Fuzz Swell — fuzz part of the circuit setup with two vintage silicon transistors, with the same early seventies family of transistors found in the original pedals. Audio grade capacitors and vintage true bypass setup. Noiseless. Click-less.
TANQUELAB SINGLE COIL PICKUPS BOOSTER
Single Coil Pickups Booster is a vintage analogue electronics mid boost circuit for guitar. An Op-Amp amplifier circuit, improves the amplitude guitar signal from your guitar single pickups to the next amplification stage or effects pedal with a clean mids freq. boost..
TANQUELAB 3-WAYS GUITAR BUFFERED SPLITTER
3-Ways Guitar Buffered Splitter, a vintage analogue electronics circuit for guitar. An Op-Amp clean buffer circuit to split your guitar signal or preamp output into three different ways, adequate your guitar signal or preamp volume to the unity, gaining a consistent signal through long cables to the amplifier.
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