Ampeg Pedals



The Ampeg SCR-DI works great as a preamp for your home studio.
A Quick and easy way to get classic Ampeg tones, the Scrambler™ Overdrive circuit adds SVT grind and dirt to the tone.The Ampeg SCR-DI is a great all round tool for any bass player. Anything from DI to FOH, parallel output for live use, HP and AUX in for practice and the Ampeg tone stack & Scrambler™ Overdrive circuit to get Ampeg tone anywhere.


The Ampeg Liquifier Analog Chorus pedal incorporates a dual chorus design that helps to create a more dramatic and 3-dimensional chorus effect, which can be pushed into flanging and tremolo-like territories. The all analog circuit keeps the sound warm and full. When applying more extreme chorus settings to the pedal, you can use the blend knob to balance it out and get a nice tremolo effect happening.

VIDEO: Ampeg Liquifier Analog Chorus-Pedal


The Ampeg Opto Comp Analog Optical Compressor pedal is characterised by its smooth organic compression and easy to use controls. With a comp ratio from 1:1-10:1 you can dial in anything from a subtle lift to a heavy Squeeze.

VIDEO: Opto Comp Analog Optical Compressor


The Ampeg Classic Analog Bass Preamp gives you authentic Ampeg tones in a tiny package. Use the classic 3-band tone stack and signature Ultra-Hi and Ultra-Lo controls to dial in a wide range of sounds.  It’s the most affordable way into the pure analog bass tone of Ampeg.

VIDEO: Classic Analog Bass Preamp


The Ampeg Scrambler Bass Overdrive infuses your sound with authentic Ampeg grit, grind and sag. Add dirt to taste with the separate drive and blend controls and tame the high end to your liking or crank the treble for some extra dirt.

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