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Read Other Installments in the MXR 40TH ANNIVERSARY Blog Series:

The Rackmount Era  |  MXR: A Short History

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This year, Dunlop is celebrating MXR’s 40th anniversary, and we’re taking the opportunity to educate the playing public about the brand with a ton of blog and YouTube content to be rolled out through 2014. Let’s start with some tasty little morsels of information to whet your appetite. Have you ever wondered what the letters MXR stand for? What the first four MXR pedals were? Or what the most popular MXR pedal is? We put together an infographic to answer those and other questions. Check it out below.

 

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You can download this infographic as a PDF so you can print it out, or just have a nice big digital copy of your very own: CLICK HERE.

 

Keep your eyes open for more blog content to come, and for a preview of what’s coming to our YouTube channel, watch the MXR 40th Legacy trailer below…

 

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  • http://maquinasdemusica.com/ Jorge Lopes

    The legacy of MXR is unbelieveble! It is impossible to deny the HUGE impact of pedals like distortion +, phase90, Dynacomp and Micro Amp on all the important records we’ve seen since they were release on 70′s.
    People that play the guitar, or build effects should thank companies such like yours for the legacy you’ve built! Very good indeed!
    Jorge

  • Bloughmee

    In the 70′s – MXR stuff worked first time every time – when everything else crapped out. It was pro-quality gear, quiet and reliable. EHX made some stuff that was maybe “wilder’ – but also much noisier and tougher to keep running.