Much more than just a pretty face, the Trashy Blonde delivers hard rock gind and then some.
Harking back to the 1970’s this little beauty allows you to rawk out via any amp, pushing it into British overdrive territory.

The Trashy Blonde is the quintessential classic rock-in-abox guitar pedal but with some unique twists.
Based on those unmistakable Marshall® tones of the JTM45 all the way through to the JCM800 when cranked through an “on breakup” amp, versatility is its speciality.
Using the vesy best high-end components, the TB also allows you to blend clean and distorted signals for a classic 70’s more rounded tone, reminiscent of iconic stadium
rockers such as AC/DC and Led Zepellin, as well as more modern higher gain tones when used with high output pickups through an overdriven amplifier.


  • Paracentric EQ with adjustable classic rock-in-a-box gain
  • Frequency response from 35Hz-6kHz (For Bass & Guitar)
  • Clean EQ / Boost feature when engaged in clean mode
  • Frequency sweep control via expression pedal
  • Wah Wah function via expression using boost in thin setting, Phaser function via expression using cut in thin setting, Tone control function via expression using medium to fat bandwidth setting.
  • 9v Power supply centre negative 2.1mm Boss Style (use isolated power supply to reduce noise) Current Draw is 35mA
  • Foot-switchable noise gate, enabling you to dial in the threshold of the gate using the gate knob.
  • Expression input (Please note that the Trashy Blonde will only work with the Stone Deaf EP-1 expression pedal because it uses the same custom components.
  • Hand Built in Manchester, United Kingdom

Please note if you are trying to match volume to other pedals you need to experiment with the bandwidth Q, boost / cut, frequency and the balance knobs as this all works in conjunction with the pedals overall volume. There is an overall volume compensation circuit built into the balance knob of the pedal so when boosting reduce the balance output by turning counter clockwise to suit. When cutting do the opposite increasing the balance output turning clockwise to suit.

Stone Deaf Effects and Amplification LTD
35 Pennine Vale
Shaw, Oldham
United Kingdom
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