Loco Box Effects Pedals • 1980s

Loco Box transitioned to an all black metal case in the 1980s. The pedals are fairly generic looking with a colored stripe just above the part you step on that denotes which type of pedal it is. They stuck with non-imaginative names like Stereo Chorus, Analog Delay, etc. which is disappointing since the 70's pedals had such great names. These pedals are somewhat collectible due to rarity and sound good, but look very much like a few other pedals of the same era. According to one contributor to our Guest Book, these 80's pedals were sold by Aria (Arai-Boueki) and were manufactured by Evans (Uecks) in Japan. You can see in this photo that it appears Aria just bought generic pedals and put their logo on them, the same as Gig, Cutec and many other companies.


PHOTOS COURTESY OF CHRISTOPHER HUGHES AND EBAY


Flanger
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Stereo Chorus



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Chorus



It's the only one we've seen that looks like this.

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Distortion
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Overdrive


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Analog Delay
 

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Phaser

Photo courtesy of Christopher Hughes

Compressor

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6 Band EQ

 

Photo courtesy of Gary Beaulieu

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