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Welcome to Butcher Pedals

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Welcome to the new website. If you are coming here from my old site (Maritime Analog) then some of the content found here will be familiar. All pedals are built by hand in small batches from start to finish. High quality, value, great tone and flexibility are part of the foundation of Butcher Pedals and are found in every pedal produced. The pedals are available for sale at select dealers as well as being available directly from this website. Welcome to the new website. If you are coming here from my old site (Maritime Analog) then some of the content found here will be familiar. All pedals are built by hand in small batches from start to finish. High quality, value, great tone and flexibility are part of the foundation of Butcher Pedals and are found in every pedal produced. The pedals are available for sale at select dealers as well as being available directly from this website.

Maritime Analog Pedals

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Maritime Analog became Butcher Pedals in September 2015 after 5 years in operation. Other than the website and branding not much else really changed. New name, new website but the same great tones coming from stompboxes built by the same person. The old website is still available but will evenually be absorbed into an archive section here on the new website. Maritime Analog became Butcher Pedals in September 2015 after 5 years in operation. Other than the website and branding not much else really changed. New name, new website but the same great tones coming from stompboxes built by the same person. The old website is still available but will evenually be absorbed into an archive section here on the new website.

About

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A one man stompbox building operation located on the East Coast of Canada building quality, useful stompboxes that will earn their place on your pedalboard day after day. The business was originally called Maritime Analog and operated as such from January 2010 until September 2015 when I rebranded it to Butcher Pedals. Just like it was with Maritime Analog, Butcher Pedals is a one man show and my pedals are built in small batches by hand one at time. As for the pedals, I always try to put my own unique spin on them regardless of it is a original design or a re-interpretation of an old classic. I started messing about with electronics and pedals around 20 years ago and eventually that hobby ended up growing into a business in 2010. That business was originally planned to sell electronic components and parts for pedal building but while building and selling some pedals to raise the money to get it started the idea of the parts side of it ended up being abandoned and I just kept making pedals instead and Butcher Pedals is the end result of it. A one man stompbox building operation located on the East Coast of Canada building quality, useful stompboxes that will earn their place on your pedalboard day after day. The business was originally called Maritime Analog and operated as such from January 2010 until September 2015 when I rebranded it to Butcher Pedals. Just like it was with Maritime Analog, Butcher Pedals is a one man show and my pedals are built in small batches by hand one at time. As for the pedals, I always try to put my own unique spin on them regardless of it is a original design or a re-interpretation of an old classic. I started messing about with electronics and pedals around 20 years ago and eventually that hobby ended up growing into a business in 2010. That business was originally planned to sell electronic components and parts for pedal building but while building and selling some pedals to raise the money to get it started the idea of the parts side of it ended up being abandoned and I just kept making pedals instead and Butcher Pedals is the end result of it.

What's New


The Firing Link MKII fuzz is available once again and it had a brand new look. Powered by vintage Germanium transistors it has an awesome thick tone and it uses an industry standard negative ground power supply so there is no need for batteries or it's own power supply. Daisy chain it with the rest of your pedalboard.