[NAMM] Way Huge presents new Green Rhino evolution
Way Huge Electronics has introduced the latest evolution of their Green Rhino Overdrive: this one has a smaller housing and extra control.
While the Green Rhino Overdrive Mark IV is smaller and more compact than its predecessors, it features a new 500Hz control (so as to to cut or boost your lows and mids by 12dB each way) in addition to the original's Volume, Tone, and Drive knobs and the 100Hz control inherited from the Mark II version. And just in case you miss the original, MkI's sound, a Classic switch disconnects all new features and leaves you with just the familiar Volume, Tone and Drive of the original Green Rhino Overdrive.
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