Siren Pedals launches a deadly trio of effects

Presenting the Airavata, Anvil and Midnight Train.

Siren Pedals (Airavata)

The Airavta. Image: Siren Pedals

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Siren Pedals has launched a trio of pedals, the Airavata, Anvil and Midnight Train – a distortion, a compressor and a fuzz pedal, respectively.


This is advertised as a do-it-all distortion unit, taking your tone from a “cleanish-grit” all the way up to a fuzzed-out distortion. It features three modes of clipping – I, II and III – offering a wide range of voicings. It features a comprehensive control system with dials for volume, distortion, filter and shape. Listen to it here:

Lists for $199.


The Anvil is designed to be an “always-on” compressor, built to help you get the most out of your other pedals. Like the Airavata, it has a comprehensive control system, allowing you to tailor it to your specific needs. It features volume, sustain and release dials, the latter of which adjusts the amount of desired compression. It also has a three-way treble switch which tailors the treble response. Up for “soft”, middle for “stock” and down for “hard”. Check it out here:

Lists for $199.

Midnight Train

If you’re looking for big fuzz tones, this unit may just be the one for it. Paying homage to the Civil War Big Muff, it features all the tonal character associated with the classic, with a few bonuses to spice things up. On top of volume, fuzz and tone controls, the Midnight Train offers a three-way mids control switch. This allows you to tailor the midrange response of the pedal, whether “stock”, “low-mid bump” or “high-mid bump”. Listen to it here:

Lists for $199.

All three pedals feature top-mounted jacks and can be powered by either a 9V battery or power supply, which is sold separately.

More information at sirenpedals.com.


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