The following video
appears courtesy of Guitarist Magazine
DRW have built our reputation for supplying boutique guitar
pedals of the very highest quality at extremely competitive
prices. We have achieved this status through rigorous quality
control and the use of only the highest quality suppliers.
We have pride in what we do and will always cast our eye for
detail over every aspect of every product we ship through
Rugged aluminium cases, extremely tough decals and aluminium
control knobs. Neutriks or Switchcraft jacks - top quality 3
PDT switches coupled with the highest quality internal components
and meticulously planned PCB routing. These factors help
us to ensure we can stick to our no compromise approach to pedal
design. In short - our products are purest analogue.
All pedals available now:
but due to demands brought about by the recent appearance
in Guitarist Magazine's March 2015 issue our limited edition
germanium fuzz pedals are starting to shift quite quickly.
We do have stocks left at the moment but please order quickly
to avoid disappointment.
process in the manufacture of our touring grade guitar pedals
is done by hand.
This does mean that at busy times we are compelled to introduce
Lead times allow us to ensure that our customers get their lovely
pedals on the day we promised.
Any lead times will always be displayed on this website
in a prominent position.
DRW effects to your set-up:
There are a number of considerations when daisy-
chaining your effects:
•Preamps and compressors usually go at the front of the chain.
However, envelope filter (auto-wah) pedals, (which need a
variable signal to operate properly) must be placed before
•Next, add your noise-making pedals: overdrive, distortion
and fuzz - these will interact and you will need to find the
right 'pecking order'- usually this will mean putting the
pedal on which you dial in the highest gain setting after
the others. If using a huge amount of gain - these pedals
may be best right at the end of the chain but try this method
first reigning the gain in to reduce noise.
•Modulation effects (chorus, reverb, flangers) theoretically
belong close to the end of the chain. They operate best with
an even signal so must be placed after your compressor. They
can also be quite noisy so usually work better placed after
pedals like distortion which amplify the signal.
•Finally add your EQ and Noise Gate. If you're using a reverb
pedal try it before and after your noise gate.
•These are only guidlines -it's always good to shuffle the
order of pedals in your effects chain and see what sounds
the best components are used throughout the manufacture of
our units: High
quality double sided plated through PCB
1% metal film resistors throughout.
Quality grade capacitors (Panasonic ECQ)
High Quality Switchcraft or Neutrik Input and Output Jack
All transistors matched or mismatched!!
(depending on your interpretation)
High Quality 3PDT switch
is very simple, to supply you with classic vintage based designed
products that are fully hand built here in the UK, have a fantastic
reputation for their audio capabilities and are of the highest
quality in every aspect, to emphasise our commitment to this,
all our products are sold with a no quibble, 2 year parts and
Our customer service is very important to us and we believe
plays a big part in any company, any questions please do
and we will reply as soon as possible.
have over 35 years experience in the professional audio industry,
having staff that have worked for landmark British companies
including Calrec, AMS and Neve all of which you will agree supply
quality products and service, we aim to do the same.
our totally hand built, British made, guitar pedals are of the
best quality, we hope you'll agree! We welcome any feedback
and suggestions so that we can continually improve to offer
you great products that will result in your return business,
or recommendations to others, this is very important to us.
create products that inspire. If we can build a pedal that transforms
your playing, evolves your style or germinates a new piece of
music - job done.