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Way Huge Electronics Swollen Pickle Jumbo Fuzz MkIIS Guitar Effects Pedal
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The Swollen Pickle Jumbo Fuzz MkIIS serves up the same burly high gain fuzz as the full-sized MkII but in a more petite package. With a twist of the ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Same classic jumbo fuzz sound, now in a not-so-jumbo size.
The Swollen Pickle Jumbo Fuzz MkIIS serves up the same burly high gain fuzz as the full-sized MkII but in a more petite package. With a twist of the Sustain control, you’re taken from mild crunch to Armageddon. The Filter control retains its trademark insane range of heavily bandpass-filtered tones, distinguished by remarkable girth and sizzle, and the Loudness puts out enough volume to clobber any amp. The Scoop tone stack control elicits classic Swollen Pickle mid-scoop or a flat mid-frequency sweep, and the Crunch knob adjusts the compression intensity of the fuzz. Finally, under the hood, the MkIIS has two internal mini controls: Voice sets the intensity of the external scoop control from light to heavy mid cut, and Clip varies between two sets of clipping diodes for smooth or opened fuzz sustain.
- Smaller, more pedalboard-friendly housing
- Take your signal from mild crunch to high gain Armageddon
- Scoop, Crunch, and internal Voice and Clip controls for fine-tuning fuzz sound
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Comments about Way Huge Electronics Swollen Pickle Jumbo Fuzz MkIIS Guitar Effects Pedal:
The best part about this petal is that for such a compact design you will be able to achieve a huge range of different fuzz sounds. When I initially went into my local shop to test out fuzz pedals, I experimented through a bunch of different ones. I felt like the biggest problem I had was that I couldn't get a real FUZZ... everything felt more like a crunch or metal distortion. As I experimented with this pedal, I was excited by the fact that by playing with variations of the scoop, sustain, and crunch, I was able to get a huge range of fuzz and distortion; from very muffled and bass heavy fuzz (think smashing pumpkins) all the way back to the crunchy classic rock sounds. My only disclaimer is that I haven't had a lot of time with this pedal (or the others I tried out), so what I was able to compare was only surface deep... but with that said, the range of sounds I could get out this thing without a whole lot of time and work put into it was impressive.