In a new series of instructional demos from Dunlop, we dive into the nuanced performance points of the Way Huge Electronics superstar models. In this post, we take a closer look at the family of Way Huge Distortion, Overdrive and Fuzz pedals—namely the Red Llama, Pork Loin, Green Rhino, Fat Sandwich, and Swollen Pickle. Grab […]
For this Dunlop Strings Tip of the Week, we’re going to talk about pickup height, which has a lot to do with the overall sound of your instrument.
… … A couple of weeks ago on the Dunlop Blog, we posted a series of new instructional Way Huge Electronics videos, announced that we’re giving away a handful of rare, vintage Way Huge pedals, and put out the call for questions from users directed at Way Huge Founder Jeorge Tripps (whose suave visage recently […]
It pays to learn how to make basic adjustments and tweaks to your instrument. Otherwise, you end up spending a ton of money to have someone else do minor work you could have done yourself with a little time and patience. It also pays to have the right tools for the job. For this Dunlop Strings Tip of the Week, we want to let you know about a company called Cruz Tools.
Twenty years ago, Jimmy Dunlop and Sam McRae created the 535Q Cry Baby Multi-Wah in response to 15 years of artist requests and feedback from guitar players. This pedal gave guitar players control over their wah wah sound for the first time ever allowing players to tweak the most important wah wah parameters and make the Cry Baby sound their own.
In a new series of instructional demos from Dunlop, we dive into the nuanced performance points of the Way Huge Electronics superstar models. This week: Our man Tal goes in depth with the Way Huge Aqua Puss and Supa Puss Analog Delay pedals, exploring the slapback and feedback options on the Aqua Puss, and the […]