new item(s) were added into this section (10 days ago max.).
some of the items in this sections were updated (7 days ago max).
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23.4. We are very happy to announce that we've got four pedals in "Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets". Garry Kemp is occasionaly rocking his Moon Vibe MkII, and Lee Harris uses Pig Hoofs and Bananaboost. I could see the band in Lipzig, the sound was simply there (it made me feel very, very proud).
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13.7. We ship to Canada.
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23.9. Lee Harris of The Blockheads is a happy Pig Hoof MKII owner.
20.1. Gilmourish.com have published a review of our Bananaboost.
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5.8. Andrzej Kwiatkowski send us a video, where he presents an excellent combination of Pig Hoof MkII and BK Butler Tube driver.
2.7. We finally released an improved Bananaboost. This one is 18V based, with plenty of headroom and a new look.
1.1. Guns N'Roses drummer, composer and guitarist Matt Sorum owns two of our pedals - Pig Hoof a Moon Vibe MkII.
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20.8. Gilmourish.com have published a review of our Moon Vibe MkII.
8.5. The long awaited Moon Vibe MkII has been released today, with very short waiting list.
2.5. 27.05. Gilmourish.com have published a review of our Pig Hoof MkII.
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03.11. Widara company has introduced our model of a simple rock stage theremin under a name Distant Voices.
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Terms & Conditions
How to order and pay for our pedals?
1. If you have any questions about our pedals, please contact us before you make an order.
2. If you decide to order a pedal, you shall do so via the order form on the pedal page.
3. Once the order has been sent, we will reply to you as soon as possible. Hence, your order is not considered to be confirmed until we confirm it by email and receive the deposit payment(see 4.).
4. In the reply, you will be given the total price for the pedal (= pedal + shipping fee + 5-16 € PayPal fee). If you have any question about the shipping, please ask before you make an order. Right after the confirmation email, you will receive a PayPal money request.
As for the payment, we accept PayPal only. You should pay a deposit (50% of the pedal price, max. 100€) first, and the rest of the total price later, right before we ship the pedal to you.
By paying the deposit you commit to buy the pedal. In case you want to cancel the order for any other reason than that we haven't built the pedal to the promised date, you can't claim the deposit money back.
You can pay via PayPal even if you don't have a PayPal account.
5. As soon as we receive the deposit payment we will put you on the waiting list. The waiting time depends on the number of people in front of you, and it is announced (and regularly updated) on the pedal page.
Shipping & handling costs for one pedal
The pedals we ship are both insured and tracked (we will provide you with the tracking number). We don't ship to the countries that don't support these services.
- Pig Hoof size: 15 €
- Moon Vibe: 25 €
- two pedals: 30 €
Norway: 27 € for one or two pedals.
Germany: 25 € for one or two pedals.
The rest of the European countries:
- Wah: 23 €
- Moon Vibe MkII: 20 €
- the rest of the pedals: 15 €
- two pedals: 20 €
- more pedals: please ask
Canada (EMS, fast service):
- one pedal: 40 €
- two pedals: 50 €
- more pedals: please ask
- one pedal: 20 €
- two, three pedals: 30 €
- four pedals: 32 €
Honk-Kong: 20 €
Ukraine, Russia: 20 €
Australia, Brazil, South Korea, Portorico, Singapore: 27 €
Japan: 30 €
Israel, Mexico, Chile: the postal service doesn't support insured parcels to these countries. We are very sorry ... maybe in the future.
If you want us to ship to a country not listed above, please ask us first.
If you are ordering more than one pedal, the shipping fee may go up, so please ask first.
The parcels we ship are wrapped with care. Every pedal is wrapped in a bubble wrap, then put into a small cardboard box. That is put into a larger postal cardboard box (destinations outside of Europe), or wrapped in bubbles again and put into a plastic envelope (European destinations). All extra room is filled with newspapers. The additional protection depends on the destination (another bubble wrap + plastic envelope / another cardboard box ....).
updated: February 19, 2018