LEGO guitar pedals stomp up money for charity

Guitar retailers Andertons and Pedal Pawn have teamed up to create a collection of LEGO stompboxes to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

A stompbox, or a guitar pedal, is used by guitar players to build up a rhythm to accompany their own playing. The two retailers have combined their efforts to recreate some iconic examples, reimagined as LEGO versions, as reported by Guitar.com.

The brick-built versions of Tube Screamer, Rangemaster, Blues Breaker, Fuzz Face, Octavia, and Tone Bender pedals will be sold off to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust. What’s more, they’re not just collectable display pieces; they actually work.

Each pedal is fully functioning and can even be actually stomped on to produce a rhythm, thanks to sturdy LEGO construction skills and glue. To be in with a chance of winning one of the pedals, you simply need to enter the raffle by purchasing a £5 ticket.

There are an unlimited number of tickets to buy and you can choose which pedal to go for – or try your luck at all of them. The more tickets you buy, the higher chance you have of winning.

The raffle entry closes on Sunday November 6. Find more details and enter the raffle for yourself via the Andertons’ page on Raffall.

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