Reorderer - Utility Range
- The Old Switcharoo -
Bored of having the same, perfectly organised signal chain? BPFX Reorderer is here to mix things up. Plug in two chains of pedals and at the click of a button they will be reordered. The pedal offers no audio manipulation on its own, it's all about what you plug into it. Ever put a reverb in front of fuzz, then you know what I'm talking about.
Boutique Utility Range
Being part of our Boutique Utility range means that this unit is made completely by hand, requires the most time and patience, and therefore, is of the highest quality Bad Penny FX has to offer. It uses a blend of vintage tone-shaping capacitors and other high-stability modern components, as standard. It is fully internally shielded, with surrounding thick gauge bus wire to provide high-quality grounding. All internal wiring uses vintage waxed cloth wire, commonly used in vintage amplifiers. It requires 9v power, supplied from a standard BOSS type, center negative source. Each enclosure is handmade, in-house, from beautifully grained, English Ash hardwood and 2mm aluminum, marked with a serial number to the back-plate.
The price of this range will increase as other ranges are added to our catalogue.
Postage and Returns
Postage will be fully insured and packaged well in environmentally friendly materials. All pedals are made to order and require a 7 day build period prior to dispatch. Custom builds will be discussed privately. Returns are accepted, please make contact within 14 days of receiving your new pedal to discuss.
All Badpenny FX pedals come with 12 months warranty to the original purchaser but, we are happy to discuss any issues or questions you may have with any owner of a BPFX unit
Input/outputs - guitar in, guitar out, loop A send, loop A return, loop B send, loop B return
Footswitch - yellow LED means your signal path is: guitar in - loop A - loop B - out, blue LED means your signal path is: guitar in - loop B - loop A - out
L130 x W60 x H65mm
Use only with a 9v centre negative power supply, any other power voltage could lead to frying your unit