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Musicians of all styles and walks of life including guitarists, bassists, keyboardists, cellists and DJ/electronic artists have come to rely on our patented designs to support, enable, protect and power the tools of their trade. Pedaltrain is a platform for musical exploration – an integrated product system that facilitates a musician’s creative process and muse.
Pedaltrain products can be found in the most exclusive recording studios, orchestra pits and many high-profile concert tours – our artists are a veritable who’s who of A-list musicians – but Pedaltrain is equally at home in the practice room, at the local pub, in the garage jam or summer music camp.
Established in 2006, SolidGoldFX is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and specializes in the development and manufacturing of high quality, handmade effects. We believe in a no-nonsense approach to design that is both innovative and intuitive, giving our products a fresh yet familiar feel. Carefully constructed to exacting standards using only select full size components, each pedal we produce is an instrument in and of itself, built to enhance tone and inspire creativity. Our passion for sound and continued commitment to excellence separate our pedals from the pack. More than just the sum of their parts, SGFX pedals are worth their weight in gold.
We want to build products with no compromises. We want to push the limits of technology in music. We want to redefine what is possible with music gear. We want to use exceptionally great components and ridiculously powerful processors. We want to make gear that sounds better than anything you’ve ever heard. We want to make our customers happy. We want you to be inspired to create amazing music.
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