Inspired by the Jumbo Tonebender, the Dirty Rooster is deisgned to work well with guitar and bass.

Boston, MA (May 18, 2012) -- Stomp Under Foot, known for their meticulous Big Muff clones, has announced their latest offering: the Dirty Rooster.

Inspired by the Jumbo Tonebender, the Dirty Rooster is deisgned to work well with guitar and bass.

Says designer Matt Pasquerella, "The gain borders on smooth but leans a bit more to a gritty sound and it has a full low end that is well balanced within the entire tone of the pedal. This allows the Dirty Rooster to have a real punchy tone on guitar and a massive wall of doom tone on bass."

The pedal is available now and retails for $160.

For more information:
stompunderfoot.com

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