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Way Huge introduces the Saucy Box

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Way Huge Electronics WHE205 Saucy Box
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Way Huge Electronics WHE205 Saucy Box

Overdrive pedal from Way Huge Electronics .

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The new Way Huge effect pedal will turn on the juice of your guitar, wether you need a clean boost or a dirty overdrive.

The Way Huge Saucy Box is a versatile overdrive guitar based on two separate discrete clean and overdrive signal paths that are combined to reproduce amp-like effects.

The stompbox features three Volume, Tone and Drive knobs and can cover a wide range of effect, from gain buffer to clean boost and up to the dirtiest overdrive.

The Saucy Box circuit is passive, Way Huge adds that it will sound well with any type of guitar pickups.

The Saucy Box will be available in December with a MSRP of $185 / 154€. More info at www.wayhuge.com.

 

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