CUSTOM ARTWORK

CustomModules

WE TAKE REQUESTS!

If you have an idea for the perfect custom painted module for yourself, a friend, or loved one, then tell us about it! Read the FAQ below and check out the gallery of our custom pedal work for inspiration. Or maybe you already know what you need, in your heart.

Consider what kind of color or surface treatment you want on the module, how the art you’re imagining might fit among the knobs and switches on your chosen model, whether or not the name of the module will appear anywhere on it, or if there are any changes you want in labeling the controls, etc. Custom art is not available on the Fuzzolo ColourCV.

CUSTOM MODULE FAQ

CAN I REQUEST EXTRA FUNCTIONS OR MODS?

We’re only talking about the art you see on the outside, here.

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO GET MY MODULE?

You can expect a wait of 8 to 12 weeks. We will sometimes be able to deliver it quicker, but this is the best we can commit to. If you need it sooner for a gig, or as a gift, please ask and we’ll let you know if it’s possible.

HOW MUCH WILL MY CUSTOM MODULE COST?

That depends on how fancy you want it. We can provide you with a quote after you fill out the form below.

WHEN DO I PAY FOR MY MODULE?

All custom modules must be payed for in advance, before we begin making them.

WHAT BASE-COAT COLORS ARE AVAILABLE?

Please check with us to see what base colors we have on hand.

WHY ISN’T THE BASE-COAT I WANT AVAILABLE?

We do our base-coats in large batches throughout the year in a high quality process. We usually have a few available at a given time. Unfortunately, this makes it a bit uneconomical to create them one at a time. If you have your heart set on a certain color, and are willing to wait, we may be able to include it in our next batch. Swirl painting and gold leaf are other options that we can do without any extra wait.

WHAT ELSE EFFECTS THE COST?

There are some processes that are more time-intensive and costly; designs that cover a large surface area, extensive application of glitter, hand-placed sequins, and copying a complex logo / illustration / photograph.

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