New Stuff! Mooer Toppers and Biyang Modules

We got some great fun stuff this year!


First up are Mooer Pedal Toppers which are colorful little switch covers that click on securely to any pedal with the standard round metal switch. They really help by making the switch larger to target, easier to identify, and just look cool. Like bling for your pedals.

Also, we have the new Biyang Livemaster series. They are modules for pedals. No more cables, power supplies, pedalboards. Click and programmable. Inexpensive and well built. Genius!

Written by Cheaperpedals .com

- February 22, 2017

Santa Delivers Effects Pedals Too!

The elves are working overtime here at Cheaperpedals trying to deliver amazing pedals at a decent price. We ship everyday (except Sunday), with plenty of shipping options at checkout. We are US based, no BS, super fast turnaround times.

If you have questions for Santa, write us at

USPS Christmas 2016 Shipping Cutoff Delivery Dates 

First-Class Mail® Service (3-5 days in the US) Dec. 20
Priority Mail® Service (2-3 days in the US) Dec. 21
Priority Mail Express® Service1 (Overnight) Dec. 23

Written by Cheaperpedals .com

- December 06, 2016

Mod Factory Makes GuitarNerd's Top 5 Pedals for Beginners

The Mooer Mod Factory is a modulation swiss army knife at low low costs. GuitarNerds (great YouTube channel btw) made it a Top 5 pedal for beginners building a pedalboard!


Written by Cheaperpedals .com

- October 07, 2016

7 Reasons to NEVER Use 9 Volt Batteries with Guitar Effect Pedals

This is a pedal insider rant.  I can't tell you how many customers write saying their pedals are not working or acting weird. But it turns out that it's an issue with their 9V battery not working well with their pedal. I would say 50% of customer complaints are due to batteries!

Please for the love of God people. Let's stop using 9V batteries in pedals. Manufacturers stop making them an option, and customers stop using them.

  1. 9V Batteries Are Not Needed. It's the 21st century. Not 1916. There are a plethora of cheap reliable and better pedal power options. You have inexpensive wall adapter, isolated dedicated power, even portable rechargeable ones that can power your whole board remotely.
  2. 9V Batteries Are Unreliable and Dangerous. Ever leave a battery in some device for a few months then come back and voila the acid has leaked out and started to corrode possibly damaging your expensive gizmo? 
  3. Different Pedals Will Behave Differently With The Same Battery. Did you know different pedals behave differently with the same battery? Overdrive pedals generally are ok with voltage drops due to an older battery. But delays are not. Delays are very sensitive and huge power vampires that will start making ghastly noises or no noises at all if they are not getting enough juice.
  4. Some Pedals Drain Power When Off. So don't be surprised if your "new" battery suddenly isn't new.
  5. Rechargeable Batteries Lose Charge Over Time. Rechargebles become less and less reliable with age. Bad for musicians who need reliable power on stage.
  6. 9V Batteries Are Expensive. Does it make any sense to buy a $3-4 battery every few hours of playing? Save your money and time.
  7. 9V Batteries are Bad for the Environment:  Batteries contain acid and heavy metals that go in landfills and into our water and soil. You owe it to the earth to stop using them.

Written by Cheaperpedals .com

- May 11, 2016

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.

See them here:

Joyo Ironman Pedals


Written by Elliott .

- November 01, 2014