1. Where can I buy BMF Effects pedals?

    We are constantly expanding our dealer base and if there’s a shop nearby that you think would be a good fit for BMF Effects, please let us know and we’ll contact them. In the meantime, all BMF Effects pedals can be purchased directly from the website.

  2. I see some pedals have options. What are they and how do I find out about them?

    The Ge Spot and Sisyphuzz pedals can be built out with different transistors (depending on availability) and voicings (vintage or House Blend). The Godfather series can be built out with low, standard and high gain settings to meet your needs. For these products it’s your pedal, your way.

  3. I bought a Ge Spot / Sisyphuzz / The Godfather, how do I know what specs it was built with?

    If you purchased one of these pedals new from a retailer, they were built out to stock specs and voicing…standard gain for The Godfather, standard and high gain for The Godfather II and House Blend voicing for the Ge Spot and Sisyphuzz. If you purchased a pedal second hand and have questions regarding the specs, please feel free to email me with the serial number and date found inside the pedal and I will get back to you.

  4. For the Ge Spot and Sisyphuzz, what is the House Blend voicing?

    The House blend voicing removes some of the “woof and wool” from the classic two transistor fuzz circuit allowing it to sit better in a live mix without losing any identifying tonal characteristics. Vintage Voicing is available as well should it be desired.

  5. Wah circuit boards can be swapped for ones with different specs? What’s that all about?

    The BMF Wah was designed to allow the user to be able to quickly and easily remove the existing stock circuit board and replace it for one with different specs. Not approximations of the circuit, the circuit itself. Available spec board information can be found on the BMF Wah description page and ordered directly from BMF Effects.

  6. Can I order a custom pedal from you?

    Custom orders are dependent on the current workload, please feel free to email me to discuss custom projects.