Guitar Pedals from Foxrox Electronics

Welcome to your ultimate guide to Foxrox Electronics's guitar pedals. This catalog serves as your starting point to explore and compare all pedals crafted by Foxrox Electronics. 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.


Paradox TZF2

The Paradox TZF2 by Foxrox Electronics is an analog through-zero flanger designed for live performance. It offers organic, time-based modulation with interactive sweep control and warm analog processing, producing flanging sounds found in recordings and nature. The pedal is an updated version of the original Foxrox Paradox TZF, known for being the first flanger pedal capable of achieving a through-zero sweep. The Paradox TZF2 is a smaller, slimmed-down version of the original design, with features geared towards live performance, including Envelope control and Ramping for speed and flange point, along with a wide range LFO. It also provides both Positive and Negative mixing for creating the through-zero sweep. Key Features: \- Volume control for adjusting the level and providing a boost if needed \- Flange Mix control for adjusting the intensity of the effect \- Width control for adjusting the width of the LFO sweep \- Manual control for manually sweeping through the flanging spectrum \- Speed control for adjusting the speed of the sweep \- Envelope control for using the dynamics of the input signal to control flange point \- Polarity switch with a Center position for selecting a warm pitch vibrato \- Ramp selector switch for selecting between Speed ramping and Manual ramping \- True bypass with Red LED for signal switching Technical Specifications: \- Inception Date: July 2015 \- Dimensions: Width = 5", Depth = 4.8", Height = 2.85" \- Unit Weight: 1 lb. 11 oz. \- Voltage: 18 Volts DC \- Current Draw: 100 mA \- Power Connection: 2.1mm, Center = NEG (FX standard) \- Signal Switching: True bypass with Red LED The Paradox TZF2 is designed to provide a wide stereo image when used with stereo outputs, and it is recommended to run overdrive/distortion/fuzz effects before the pedal for the best results.


Multi-Effect Pedals

Captain Coconut 2

The Captain Coconut 2 by Foxrox Electronics is a handmade multi-effect pedal that combines three of Jimi Hendrix's favorite pedals: the ProVibe, Fuzzfoot, and Octave. It features the following specifications and features: \- Octave effect: Classic octave doubler fuzz for achieving the "Purple Haze" and "One Rainy Wish" upper octave effect, with an earthy, flutey tone reminiscent of the Tycobrahe Octavia. \- ProVibe effect: Original vibe effect offering a lush 3-D phasing chorus effect for achieving tones similar to "Machine Gun" and "Bridge of Sighs." It includes a Center control for dialing in various vibe tones and a switch for selecting between CHORUS and VIBRATO modes, similar to the Univibe. \- FuzzFoot effect: Classic British Germanium PNP circuit with improvements, designed to work well with a wah-wah pedal and offering a range of fuzz sounds with a GRIT knob for variable sputter. It cleans up effectively with the guitar volume knob, representing the ultimate version of the classic FuzzFace effect. \- Relays used for true bypass signal switching. \- Status indicator LED's. \- Super-clean regulated/filtered power supply. \- Full signal patching provisions for inserting effects and changing the order. \- Speed pedal jack for the ProVibe, with an additional feature of a Center control for fine-tuning the balance of the sweep. \- The FuzzFoot includes an additional feature of a GRIT control for fine- tuning the amount of classic "Fuzzface sputter. " \- Dimensions: L=8.7" W=5.7" x H=2.2". Add another 1.5" to the overall height for the rubber feet and the knobs & switches. Leave 2 - 3 inches in the back for plugs. The Captain Coconut 2 was produced in limited quantities, with only 970 units made out of a planned 1000-unit run. The last 30 units were rejected due to cosmetic blemishing.

Octave/Pitch Shifters


The Octron2 by Foxrox Electronics was introduced in February 2007. Its dimensions are 5.5" in width, 5" in depth, and 2.85" in height, with a weight of 2 lbs. 2 oz. The pedal operates at 9 Volts DC or higher (via 9V battery or external power) and has a current draw of 20mA with all LEDs on. The power connection is 2.1mm, Center = NEG (FX standard), and it features true bypass with LED for signal switching. The unit can be run at higher voltage for increased headroom, up to 30 Volts DC, which is particularly useful when using the Octron2 with a bass guitar. The Octron2 is a limited-production version of the original Octron pedal, offering individual footswitches with LED for Octave up, Direct, and Octave down. It is designed to provide a super-organic sounding, high-quality analog Octave pedal. The pedal also includes an effects loop located after the effect, but before the foot switch, allowing for additional versatility in sound manipulation. The pedal can be used as a loop switcher, enabling the activation of lead pedals for solos even when octave sounds are not desired. Additionally, the Octron2 allows users to select any combination of the three signals (Oct Up, Direct, Oct Down), providing a wide range of tonal possibilities.


The Octron3 by Foxrox Electronics is an analog octave effect pedal that produces a note one octave above and a note one octave below the note you play. It features a variable mix of octave up, clean, and octave down signals. The pedal has a compact design and includes two additional switches that provide front-panel control of tone for both upper and lower octaves. The octave up circuit uses a pair of germanium diodes to achieve the octave doubling effect, with the option to select a bright and clear output or a more pure octave-up sound with less treble and fewer harmonics. The octave down circuit is an octave divider that tracks your dynamics and offers switchable tone options for a woody midrange punch or a deep, fat bass tone. The pedal can be powered by a 9-18V DC power supply or a 9V battery, with higher voltage providing increased headroom, particularly useful when using the pedal with a bass guitar. The Octron3 is designed to respond to your playing style and technique, delivering an organic analog effect that can be further enhanced when combined with other effects.