Voodoo Labs Wahzoo
Voodoo Lab has announced the release of Wahzoo, which combines vintage
wah tones, a funk-approved Autowah, and a unique programmable Stepwah.
Wahzoo delivers three filter-based effects all in a single, versatile pedal.
Vintage mode has all the clarity and expressiveness of classic sixties-era
pedals. Autowah mode is the classic dynamic-based effect, but rather than
utilizing a generic bandpass filter, it’s based around the vintage wah’s voicing.
Stepwah mode automatically jumps through different wah treadle positions as
a rhythmic pattern. You can create and save four sequences of up to 28 different wah positions each.
Way Huge Reissues
Way Huge pedals is reissuing some updated classics: the Swollen Pickle MkII, the Fat Sandwich and the Pork Loin.
The Swollen Pickle MkII adds a tone stack Scoop control that elicits classic Swollen Pickle mid-scoop or a flat
mid-frequency sweep, and a Crunch knob to adjust the compression intensity of the fuzz. Under the hood, the
Swollen Pickle MkII 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.
The Fat Sandwich has an innovative multi-stage clipping circuit. The passive tone stack was tuned to bring out
the “sweet spot” with any guitar and amp combination. The Volume control produces tons of output, making it
ideal for driving the headroom out of the most powerful tube amps. Additionally, the Fat Sandwich has two internal mini controls: the Curve knob lets the user fine-tune the corner frequency of the overdrive filtering and the
Sustain control adjusts the gain of the final distortion stage.
The Pork Loin incorporates two distinct tonal pathways that are blended together—a modern soft clipping overdrive and a modified classic British preamp for clean. At the heart of the overdrive path is a soft clipped BiFET
overdrive gain stage with a passive Tone control, rounded out by a Curve function that fine-tunes the corner
frequencies. The Volume control regulates the output while the Clean control blends in its warm glistening clean
tones. Additionally, the Pork Loin has three internal mini controls: Filter and Voice deliver extensive tonal shaping
possibilities, while the overdrive Mix control allows the Pork Loin to be run as a clean preamp.
Swollen Pickle MkII Street: $159.99
Fat Sandwich Street: $179.99
Pork Loin Street: $169.99