The Megalith Gamma is now available to purchase direct from MI Audio and selected retailers. They are on sale for Christmas until the 7 Jan. Only $1599 including shipping.
The 80W Megalith Gamma has all of the big bottom end and punch of the Megalith Beta whilst also retaining the complex and sophisticated high-gain tone that the Megalith line is becoming synonymous with.
Try yours now and follow the link for further purchase information.
The Cross Over Drive is a FET overdrive designed to capture the response and touch-sensitivity of an amp’s organic overdrive. This limited-run pedal was dubbed the Cross Over Drive due to its many stages of overdrive.
At its lowest gain setting, it can be used as a boost/enhancer to give your tone some sparkle and lift. Turn up the gain and you have a very responsive overdrive that breaks up in direct response to your strumming hand. Turning up to full the Cross Over sweeps from distortion to a loose and heavy fuzz similar to a driven classic American combo. The output is smoooooth and will be a favourite amongst lead players.
We have found a batch of NOS Crunch Box v4 in our stock and are available direct! RRP was $139, however these are available for $99 plus shipping.
The Crunch Box is our #1 selling pedal and modern classic and is now discontinued so get in first before they all sell out!
This is our collection of our latest HD videos for MI Audio effects and amplifiers. We have a featured video each month as well as our last batch of videos so you can catch up on the latest at MI Audio.
Each product page has a Demo tab where you can visit all of our older demos and reviews, or click-through here for a quick link to our YouTube channel and playlists.
This is the place we share the progress of our effects and amplifier designs at MI Audio. Here you will find old designs, new prototypes and production samples and we encourage questions along the way. Enter the Lab!
This is MI DIY Central. Here you will find all of the information for your MI DIY Kit, as well as some hints & tips and examples of some fine DIY work. Post all of your questions here for the DIY community to help.