Way Huge Releases the Saucy Box

The pedal forgoes individual clean and drive controls and automatically balances the optimum ratio of the two with a single gain control.

Benicia, CA (October 21, 2014) -- From the visionary depths of the Way Huge laboratory comes the Saucy Box Overdrive.

Like the acclaimed Pork Loin Overdrive before it, the Saucy Box derives its unparalleled versatility from discrete clean and overdrive signal paths, combining them to deliver one of the most organic, amp-like overdrive pedals available. To give discerning guitarists a dynamic, finger-friendly overdrive with plug-and-play simplicity, the Saucy Box Overdrive forgoes individual clean and drive controls and automatically balances the optimum ratio of the two with a single Gain control. This unique design provides for everything from pure a unity-gain buffer to a clean boost and all the way to a salaciously buttery overdrive. To top it all off, this pedal has a passive tone circuit that will play nice with any pickup type. It’s okay to think inside THIS box. Get saucy!

Features:

  • Highly versatile overdrive pedal
  • Discrete clean & OD signal paths
  • Single Gain control
  • Passive tone circuit
  • Finger-friendly response
  • Take it from a clean boost to buttery overdrive

The Way Huge Saucy Box Overdrive is currently available via wide relase internationally, and exclusively in the United States through Pro Guitar Shop through the end of 2014.

MSRP: $185.70

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