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Wounded Paw Effects Battering Ram and Blender V3

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Wounded Paw Effects

Toronto's Wounded Paw Effects have two new pedals that appeal to guitarists and bassists alike.

Battering Ram Overdrive+Fuzz
The Battering Ram is an Overdrive + Fuzz pedal which works equally well for guitar or bass or anything else you want to plug into it. Overdrive + Fuzz means that the overdrive and fuzz channels can work in parallel, each channel receiving the instrument signal, working their magic and then mixed back together at the output. The Overdrive channel with it's Drive, Lo, Hi and Level controls is switched on via the OD/Bypass stomp switch while the Fuzz channel has it's own stomp switch and Tone, Sustain, Octave and Level controls. The Split switch allows the Overdrive and Fuzz channels to be run individually as well.

More information HERE.

Blender V3
The Blender V3 is a parallel effects loop blender with 3 individually selectable effects loops. The instrument signal is split into 3 channels, sent to the 3 effects loops and then mixed back together. Channel A will default to a clean channel if there is nothing plugged into it's effects loop.

More information HERE.

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