Guitar Pedals from Tone Bakery

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


Overdrive and Boost

Creme Double

Creme Brulee

The Creme Brulee by Tone Bakery is an overdrive boost pedal designed to enhance lead tones and provide warm, fat rhythm tones. It features a legendary boost circuit with a slight bump in the midrange, aiming to deliver an extra creamy sound reminiscent of Warren Haynes and David Grissom. The pedal is equipped with three knobs: Gain, Treble, and Output. With Gain set to zero and Treble at 50%, the Output control can be used to provide a clean boost that sounds three dimensional and alive. By adjusting the Gain and Treble, users can achieve gentle and natural "in between" overdrive tones or dial up higher Gain and Treble settings for a 70's/80's crunch. The Creme Brulee is designed to seamlessly integrate with the user's amp, enhancing the existing overdrive for liquid lead tones. The pedal is reported to have a lower noise level than the original, and its pristine buffer is said to improve tone even when the Creme Brulee is bypassed.

Creme de la Creme

The Crème de la Crème by Tone Bakery is a Klone circuit pedal with two foot- switchable channels. It is constructed using full-sized components with through-hole construction and features NOS Tungsram OA1160 germanium diodes, which have a high clipping threshold and very amp-like breakup. The pedal also includes a built-in voltage doubler, providing extended headroom equivalent to that of an 18V powered pedal. The pedal has a foot-switch that engages the gain knob, allowing users to switch between a clean boost (using only the level and treble controls) and distortion (using all three knobs). An LED indicator switches from green to red to indicate which mode is active. Additionally, there is an internal dip- switch to bypass the clipping diodes in circuit, enabling the gain knob to function as a second clean boost, effectively offering two Klone boosts in one pedal. The Crème de la Crème is known for its warm, full-sounding clean boost with lots of headroom and without any harsh or spiky highs. In gain mode, it adds a subtle amount of grit that blends well with amp distortion or higher-gain drives. Users have praised its solid construction and its versatility as a boost, overdrive, or a combination of both, even when mixed with high gain on the amp. Notable users of the Crème de la Crème include Matt Beck (Gwen Stefani, Rob Thomas, Andy Grammer), Brian Layson (Dierks Bentley), Aaron Andersen (One Republic, Christina Aguilera), Dwayne Larring (Kelly Clarkson, Nick Carter, Audio Adrenaline, Sonicflood, Matt Redman, Tim Hughes), Stu G (Delirious, Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman), and Christopher James (Zella Day).

Crème Fraîche

Crème Fraîche by Tone Bakery is a high-gain pedal designed to deliver a wide range of tones, from British crunch to sustaining fuzz. It features 6 knobs and 4 internal trimpots, providing extensive control over its functionality. The Treble, Middle, and Bass knobs are additive, with the lowest settings offering a flat frequency response, while higher settings add gain and distortion within each knob's respective frequency range. Additionally, an internal bias gate is incorporated, allowing users to create fast stops or achieve dying battery fuzz sounds at extreme settings.