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[NAMM] Wampler unveils the Dual Fusion overdrive

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Wampler Pedals will introduce at NAMM 2013 the Dual Fusion overdrive pedal designed in collaboration with Tom Quayle.

The Dual Fusion overdrive pedal basically mix both the circuits of the Wampler Euphoria and Paisley Drive pedals, with several tweaks. The tones were modified to ensure they stack correctly and it is possible to switch the stack (C1 into C2 or C2 into C1, or separate). The manufacturer also separated the sections with dedicated volume, tone and gain controls and inputs and outputs. A looper switching system was also used and two voicing options are available for each gain structure. It's completely true bypass.

The True Pedal is made in the USA. Pricing and availability are to be announced. Audio demos are available on www.wamplerpedals.com/signature/dual-fusion.html

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