This long-awaited pedal is being released in small quantities with a larger release planned over the coming months.

Santa Rosa, CA (August 7, 2012) – August 3rd, 2012 – Voodoo Lab announced today that it is now shipping Giggity, The Analog Mastering Preamp for Guitar. With its unique Loudness, Body and Air tone shaping circuits, and a 4-position “Sun” to “Moon” preamp voicing selector, Giggity delivers those elusive, fine-tuning secrets that help guitarists get consistently great tones. This long-awaited pedal is being released in small quantities with a larger release planned over the coming months.

“The Giggity design is the culmination of 20 years of real world gigging, recording and sound design experience,” says James Santiago, Voodoo Lab’s vice president. “Whether using a tube or solid-state amp, digital modeling, or just going direct, Giggity can add warmth and roundness to your sound, or detail and chime. It’s these sonic details that can make the guitar feel like it’s breathing with your playing,” said Santiago.

A “how-to” series on designing tones with Giggity, shot in high-definition video and Pro Tools HD audio, is available at “YouTube videos give our users a chance to hang out with us and see exact Giggity settings with the amps, pedals, and guitars we use every day in the Voodoo Lab workshop and recording studio,” said Josh Fiden, Voodoo Lab’s CEO. Videos include tips and tricks for tones in the style of Van Halen, The Edge, Eric Johnson, Andy Summers and more.

Giggity has a five-year warranty and is hand built in the USA using high-grade precision parts. Features also include quiet true bypass switching via a high reliability gold-contact relay.

Giggity MSRP: $210.00

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