Dating mxr pedal
Assuming this lovely lot sound the same as their big-box predecessors, we’re thrilled to see Dunlop making more space on our ’boards - here’s the lowdown on those new releases.
PRESS RELEASE: The MXR Sugar Drive provides a diverse range of clear and transparent overdrive tones, from sauced up boosting to blown-tube distortion.
Set the tonal character of your sound with the Range Selector, which allows you to choose one of the standard 535Q Wah’s four most popular sweep ranges.
PRESS RELEASE: The Blue Hippo Analog Chorus sounds as lusciously liquefied as ever in a Way Huge Smalls housing.
PRESS RELEASE: Now in a Way Huge Smalls housing, the Russian-Pickle Fuzz dishes out smooth, creamy fuzz tones in a much more pedalboard-friendly package.
It’s got the exact same circuit and controls as the original, so you can keep trembling the earth with the same punchy midrange and fat bottomed thunder.
If you’re all about true bypass, then you’re in luck—this pedal uses it by default.
The original used buffered bypass, though, and we know there’s a lot of players out there who don’t want to fix something that isn’t broken.
The Cry Baby Mini 535Q Wah comes in at half the size of the standard version, and on the inside, it sports the legendary red Fasel® Inductor.