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NAMM '16 - Dunlop: MXR Reverb, Mini Volume Pedal, John Petrucci Signature Cry Baby Wah & Way Huge Overrated Special Overdrive Demos

January 27, 2016
Bobby and Bryan from Jim Dunlop go through three new pedals and a fourth that was sparked by a social-media frenzy.
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The Year in Gear 2015

November 24, 2015
Our favorite guitars, basses, amps, effects, and accessories from the last 12 months.
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Way Huge Blue Hippo MKII Review

August 31, 2015
Jeorge Tripps resurrects his analog chorus and adds vibrato—at a cool price.
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Quick Hit: Way Huge Saffron Squeeze

July 20, 2015
Stompbox savant Jeorge Tripps resurrects a classic comp with a noise-taming tone control and a super-interactive gain/sustain section.
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Overdrive Overload: 6-Pedal Review Roundup

May 13, 2015
We see how far Way Huge, J. Rockett, Visual Sound, T-Rex, Sonic Fusion, and Svi Sound can push classic designs without losing their glorious, low-gain goodness.
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NAMM '15 - Dunlop Cry Baby Mini, Band of Gypsys Fuzz Face, Sub Machine, Blue Hippo, Saucy Box, and Saffron Squeeze Demos

February 19, 2015
Bob Cedro and Tal Morris explain and demonstrate the 2015 pedal offerings from Dunlop, MXR, and Way Huge.
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Way Huge Releases the Saucy Box

October 21, 2014
The pedal forgoes individual clean and drive controls and automatically balances the optimum ratio of the two with a single gain control.
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Way Huge Havalina Review

September 5, 2014
Colorful germanium fuzz in a high-quality, affordable, stable package.
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NAMM '14 - Jim Dunlop, MXR, Way Huge: Echoplex Preamp, Uni-Vibe, Micro Amp +, Phaser 99 Demos

February 14, 2014
The three effects brands came to NAMM with nearly a dozen new tasty tonal wares.
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Dunlop Unveils 2014 Product Lineup

January 23, 2014
Highlights include the MXR Custom Shop La Machine, Phase 99, Echoplex Preamp, and Way Huge Havalina.
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GALLERY: Rich Robinson's 2013 Touring Gear

October 21, 2013
Check out what Rich Robinson brought out on tour with the Black Crowes—everything from relic’d Gibsons and Japanese Zemaitis models to a few Gretschs and Teles.
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Rig Rundown: The Black Crowes' Rich Robinson

October 2, 2013
Rich Robinson's longtime tech, Doug Redler, shows us Robinson's rig—which includes everything from relic’d Gibsons to Japanese Zemaitis models, and even a few Gretschs and Teles.
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Way Huge Echo-Puss Pedal Review

March 20, 2013
The Echo-Puss is designed to appeal to players who favor the delay times and modulation circuitry of delay pedals from the ’70s and ’80s
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Review Demo - Way Huge Supa-Puss Analog Delay

January 14, 2013
Read the entire review online for free, click here.
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Way Huge Supa-Puss Pedal Review

January 9, 2013
If you’re a guitarist who wears a lot of hats—ambient texturalist one night, roots rocker the next—the Supa-Puss analog delay may just be the one pedal that stays in your rig for every occasion.
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Video Review - Way Huge Red Llama Overdrive MkII

February 2, 2012
PG's Jordan Wagner walks us through his latest review of the Jim Dunlop Way Huge Red Llama Overdrive MkII stompbox for guitar. It is a complementary video review to an already existing print review featured as a February 2012 Web Exclusive, which can be read in its entirety, for free, here -- http://www.premierguitar.com/Magazine/Issue/2012/Feb/Way_Huge_Red_Llama_Overd....
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Way Huge Red Llama Overdrive MkII Pedal Review

January 25, 2012
This new incarnation offers the same searing tones as the original, along with hefty amounts of volume boost.
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NAMM '12 - Way Huge Red Llama Demo

January 21, 2012
PG's Rebecca Dirks is On Location in Anaheim, CA, at the 2012 NAMM Show where she visits the Dunlop booth. In this segment, we get to see and hear the Red Llama
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Way Huge Announces Red Llama MKII

December 15, 2011
The Llama is designed to be the perfect compliment to all amps, big or small, clean or dirty.
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2011 Pedal Roundup: 37 Stompboxes Reviewed

October 18, 2011
“Stompbox.” The word just sounds fun. But, of course, it’s what you do with pedals that matters. And we sure as heck wouldn’t be cramming 37 reviews of the latest, greatest pedals into a single issue of Premier Guitar if stompboxes weren’t, well, a foot-stomping good time.
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