Here at MayosMusic, in addition to offering great guitar, bass, ukulele, banjo and autoharp lessons, plus complete luthier sevices that include guitar, string instrument and amplifier repair/restorations, we are also a great resource service. In previous articles, I've talked about the “effect pedal chain” and the where and why to place your pedal in this chain to get the best sound. The following is a list of manufacturers/companies that make these pedals.
There are many, many manufacturers of effect pedals and rack-units and some of these manufacturers have recommended charts showing their different “pedal chains” or “pedal configurations” to help get your desired sound. Check out companies such as Ibanez, Zoom, SPL, Kemper, Mission, Tech 21, ISP Technologies, Tone King, AMPRX, Radial, Dr Z, JHS Pedals, Boss, Universal Audio, Mesa Engineering, Electro-Harmonix, MXR, Strymon, Wampler, Catalin Bread, Earth Quaker Devices, Way Huge, TC Electronic, Kelly Electronics, Pigtronix, Matthews Effects, Red Witch, Friedman Amplication, Walrus Audio, Supro, Fender, J. Rockett, Eventide, Fulltone, Danelectro, Vertex, Proco, Abasi, Source Audio, Xotic, Digitech, DOD, Revv, Analog Alien, T-Rex, Dunlop, Singulor Sound, Neo Instruments, Morley, VOX, Ernie Ball, Fishman, Grace Design, Audio Sprockets, LR Baggs, API, Ampeg, Dark Glass Electronics, Ashdown, Agular, Rivera, Two Notes Audio Engineering,Diezel Amplification, Truetone. Sorry if I missed anyone.