Formerly a Japanese guitar manufacturer known for its cheap and cheerful instruments that became popular with garage rockers and indie musicians, Teisco was relaunched in 2019 as a boutique-style pedal company that stays true to the brand’s eccentric reputation.
Now made in Singapore, Teisco’s pedals don’t look or feel old, but are enclosed in weighty, zinc-shelled units, with a uniquely low-slung form factor and rounded edges. While the company launched a trio of new boxes at NAMM 2020, we’re giving you the chance to get your hands on two of the impressive stompers from the first salvo launched in 2019, the simply named Boost and Fuzz.
In our review of the pedals, we said the Boost “does everything you could ever ask of a clean/treble boost pedal”, while the Fuzz is capable of creating “the most gloriously evil noise imaginable when you hit a powerchord”.
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[Ed’s note: Teisco is owned by BandLab Technologies, which also owns Guitar.com]