Way Huge Unveils the Smalls Green Rhino Overdrive MkV

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Benicia, CA (July 30, 2020) -- The Way Huge Green Rhino Overdrive MkV is the smallest of the Green Rhino herd, but it unleashes a stampede of gnarly, gritty tones that rivals its larger companions’. The Volume, Tone, and Drive controls cover the basic functions, while the Freq and Curve controls offer finer adjustment of your beastly sonic yield. The Freq control cuts or boosts at either 100Hz or 500Hz—set internally—while the Curve control allows you to soften the creature’s roar if it gets too aggressive on the high end. With this level of versatility, you can take any amp from pristine to punchy, from dirty to thunderous. This pedal will have your amp showing a whole new side of itself.

  • Compact Way Huge Smalls housing
  • Same classic range of gritty, gnarly tones
  • Freq & Curve controls fine-tune your sonic yield
  • Takes any amp from pristine to thunderous

Street: $129.99

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