Nux’s Cerberus is an example of a multi-effects pedal done right. At the tap of a foot, players have access to reverb, delay, chorus, and modulation effects. Nux also packed analog overdrive and distortion as well as internal routing into the Cerberus, and designed it so that it could be used as a controller for other pedals.

Product Specs

  • Cerberus Multi-Effect
  • Black
  • 2010s

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Reviews for the NuX Cerebus Multi-Effect
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  • Awesome with firmware v3.9

    Verified Purchase

    A Marshall tube amp is the core of my tone. I wanted an effects processor/switcher that I could use to send modulation, delay, and reverb effects through the Marshall's effects loop and still change amp channels. At first I used TC and Boss products, but the programming and complicated I/O weren't w…

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  • Verified Purchase

    I was, and still am, looking for a fairly basic multi-effects processor. This unit checked off a lot of boxes--good analog drives, decent usable delay and reverb, very nice chorus, clean boost, plus all the other features others mention for IR's, IO's and such. And, super important to me, No Tone Su…

    1 person found this helpful

  • Great piece of gear, great value.

    Verified Purchase

    I love this thing. I was looking for an all-in-one solution for my practice setup (my actual board is a little bulky), specifically one with separate boost, drive, and distortion, ALL OF WHICH I wanted to be analog. There are a few options on the market that fit the bill, but the Cerberus had a leve…

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  • More room on stage !!!

    Verified Purchase

    I'm getting a great sound out of my rig and there is less connections than all the pedals I had before. It's great for small gigs on tight stages and the sounds I can get are perfect. This is the first time I purchased music equipment online and I'm very happy with the speed and convenience !! Rock On \,,/

  • Almost the Perfect Fly Rig

    Verified Purchase

    I was looking for a compact and simple solution to carry with me to jam sessions and small gigs. The objective was to achieve four or five core tones to cover classic rock, blues, modern rock and a little metal plus some lead/solo tones. I tried the Tech 21 Fly Rig 5 first, but there was quite a bit…