Effect pedals have been at the feet of nearly every guitar player on the planet since the Rolling Stones hit the airwaves with "Satisfaction". The 1962 Maestro Fuzz Tone that Keith Richards used for the immortal riff was the first stompbox ever.
The comprehensive range of Palmer stompboxes is designed to expand the sonic diversity of both guitar and bass players. As the name implies the Root Effects series features all the classics such as Overdrive, Distortion, Chorus, Phaser, Flanger and Compressor as well as the Uebertreiber, Bazz and Deepressor pedals that have been carefully tailored for the electric bass.
The Thruster is Palmer's take on the famous treble booster with dual preset switching and selectable boost frequencies while the Buffer is a must for pedalboards with a large number of effects and long cable runs.
Heavy-duty footswitches and solid knobs are used for some serious stomping, and the unique steel box design is an industry first that facilitates pedalboard mounting. See individual pedals for detailed descriptions and specs.