Joyo Ironman Series Pedals


Just in, the new Joyo Ironman series of mini pedals! Joyo is stepping up to the mini pedal trend by introducing an entire new series of pedals that covers new Amp ground and effects. Just some highlights are the smooth blues "Blue Rain" pedal and the Orange amp sim "Orange Juice." There are 16 new pedals in all, and more coming soon later in the year. Be the first to try what's getting rave reviews across the web.

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Joyo Ironman Pedals


Written by Elliott .

- November 01, 2014

Two New Joyo Pedals!


Just in! We know a lot of our customers are looking for new pedals, new sounds. We also know you don't want the best possible deal. Joyo delivers again to help you get the most out of your dollar. Fresh off the boat, here's two pedals to get excited about.


We have a limited supply of the new Joyo D-Seed Digital Delay, a really amazing digital pedal that has 4 different delays, tap tempo, and memory presets. This is the kind of pedal other companies would charge you $200 for. Get it at CheaperPedals for less than half the price.

We also have the Joyo JF-31 Noise Gate, which lots of customers have asked about. Joyo recently redesigned these to be quieter, so they were out of stock for a long time. If you suffer from audible loud hum from all the all those pedals blasting away in your signal chain, this pedal will put a kabosh on that so that when the song stops, so does your hum. 

Great pedals, great prices. That's what we're all about.



Written by Wolf .

- October 02, 2013

Freekish Blues Pedals Are Really Repainted Joyos!


Do those pedals look familiar?

Being in the pedal business, I encounter some pretty weird and funny stuff sometimes. But nothing quite tops the case of Freekish Blues Pedals that I heard about from a customer yesterday on the phone. In a nutshell, Freekish Blues was a brand of effect pedals that marketed themselves on the internet as being small independently designed effects. Some now poor (in both senses of the word) customers started opening up the pedals one day and discovered much to their surprise that the fancy $170 overdrive pedal they paid for was really a $40 Joyo with a new spiffy paint job! The paint job is pretty nice though. It better be. It's a $130 paint job!

So now we've REALLY REALLY come full circle.  Boutique pedals started out as modded clones of classic effects like the Tube Screamer. Joyos, BiyangsMooers are inexpensive clones of those boutique pedals. Now a professed boutique company took the Joyos and gave them a fancy face lift, marketed them like crazy, and quadrupled the price!

Wait there's more. There are even allegations of cover ups by well known guitar forums like GearPage to silence the revelations. After all hell breaking loose in the forums, the threads were frozen and any further discussion silenced. Sounds a lot like the Snowden NSA case in our little pedal universe!

This practice of rebranding pedals isn't totally new. Akai, the large music maker had been rebranding Biyang pedals as their own and selling them at a markup for awhile now. But the Freekish Blues case is really outrageous for sheer audacity and greed. So there ya go - another day, another reason to stick with the cheaper pedals.

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Written by Wolf .

- July 28, 2013