Guitar Pedals from Formula B

Welcome to your ultimate guide to Formula B's guitar pedals. This catalog serves as your starting point to explore and compare all pedals crafted by Formula B. Designed for easy navigation, we hope you can quickly find detailed information on each pedal, including specifications, user reviews, and demo videos. Whether you're searching for the latest releases, seeking to expand your pedal collection, or exploring options for a specific sound, hopefully Stompbx can assist you in finding exactly what you need.


Super Plexi

The Super Plexi V by Formula B is a pedal that offers two effects in one box: a Plexi-style overdrive and a clean boost. The pedal has been built with the JTM45 circuit in mind, replacing the tubes with Mosfets and using Opamps to emulate the tube sound. It features two standalone channels: A for Overdrive Plexi-Tone and B for Clean Boost. The pedal also includes a toggle switch that allows users to choose between A on B or B on A, effectively providing the functionality of two pedals in one. The technical specifications of the Super Plexi V are as follows: \- Power supply: standard DC 9V negative tip \- Maximum consumption: 10mA \- True bypass footswitches \- Dimensions: 120x65x35 mm (WxDxH) Additionally, the pedal can be run with a standard DC 9V power supply and features true bypass footswitches for seamless operation.

Fuzz Rangers

The Fuzz Rangers by Formula B is a dual-channel pedal featuring independent Fuzz and Boost circuits. The Fuzz circuit utilizes NOS BC108 transistors and carbon-layer resistors to achieve a warm and vintage tone reminiscent of the early Arbiter Fuzz. The Boost circuit is inspired by the famous Rangemaster and is calibrated to work seamlessly with the Fuzz and other pedals in the chain, without polarity or power supply issues. The pedal also includes an EQ switch to choose from three different frequency cuts. It is powered by 9V DC with a current draw of less than 100mA. The pedal is designed to offer a wide variety of fuzz tones and the ability to "clean up" with the guitar's volume, providing users with multiple tonal possibilities.


Overdrive and Boost