Repair Service -
We can fix your pedals. Don't let good pedals go to waste by sitting there broken. Let's get them working again! Very affordable and fast turnaround times. Send your pedal in today!! Contact us for more information. Basic costs are $20 for the first hour of labor and $15/hr after that plus any parts and shipping. We have a very good success rate and will work with you if you are on a budget.
Pedal Modification Service -
Already have a pedal you want modified? We can modify it for you either with one of our kits or we can do a custom modification for you.
Have a pedal that just needs some refinement and we don't have a kit for it? We can tailor the pedal to your needs. More bass, treble, or mids? The pedal doesn't have a tone control? We can add one.
We can rehouse pedals from plastic to metal enclosures or into bigger enclosures to add more controls. Custom paint and graphics are also available with the rehousing service.
Ready to make your pedal one-of-kind? Contact us
Pedal Modification Form - Download PDF
Custom Pedals -
Do you have an idea for a pedal?
Is a pedal no longer made that you want?
Is a "boutique" or "vintage" pedal too expensive or hard to find?
Contact Griffin Effects and see what we can to to make it for you. We can make just about any analog effect.
To see more custom pedals visit the GALLERY.
PCB Service -
Want to build a pedal but don't know how to make your own circuit board? We can do it for you. There are 2 options.
1. Handmade PCB - This is the fastest service as nothing has to be sent to a board house. Send us a file or a link to a file of the PCB layout and we can make it for you. If you only have a schematic, we can make a layout for you. This service is limited to single-sided layouts.
2. Manufactured PCB - Want a professional double-sided, circuit board with thru-plated holes? We can do that. Send us your layout or we can do a layout for you. We accept Cadsoft Eagle .brd files. A very affordable option for prototypes or production. Contact us for further details.
Cost of each PCB will depend on the area of the circuit board.