Phoenix Custom Electronics

I no longer make effect pedals. I’ve been too busy with teaching and playing. I still service the occasional PCE product that needs some care, and I may occasionally make a pedal or two, but it’s quite rare.  Phoenix Custom Electronics was a one-man enterprise aimed at making great sounding stompboxes. Each pedal was hand built and tested by me and was based on taking a classic stompbox which is no longer in production (such as the Dallas-Arbiter Fuzz Face) and improving on the design in a way that allows you to get the classic tone you’ve been looking for along with some useful variations. It was a joy and an honor to make pedals for people all over the world and to know that they were and are using those pedals to make great music. If you own a PCE product it still has a lifetime warranty regardless of whether you are the original owner. There are about 500 PCE pedals in the world and about 200 are Lady Stardusts, 100 are Rangers, and 300 are everything else.

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2 thoughts on “Phoenix Custom Electronics

  1. Damian

    Hello
    I bought a cream tangerine used off reverb. And when I got it I opened it up to see that it was a general guitar gadgets circuit board (a modded orange squeeze of course). I was just wondering if this was your original build (I know I should have asked for gut shots before I bought it) as I see a lot of your other pedals were built on bread board. I just want to know if this is how it was originally built. Thank you

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    1. alexanest Post author

      Yes, I started out that way. Especially with the more complicated circuits. I’m sure it’s original. Can you tell me the serial number? Send pics?

      Reply

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