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From Wren and Cuff:
From the stomp-freaks at Wren and Cuff comes the super son of the one knob beasts, the Phat Phuk guitar, and Phat Phuk bass. The Suppa Phat Phuk is the same well loved buffered dirty germanium boost as before, with two new tweakable knobs. One pedal for guitarists and bass players!
First is the bias knob, a mega useful add-on allowing on the fy adjustments to the germanium transistor's voltage feed, giving more or less grit to the sound (this adjustment was formerly only able to be tweaked via an internal trim pot).
The second add-on is the Phatness knob, which let's you roll between the beefy lows of the Phat B, and the mid-range goodness of the Phat Guitar. Turn the knob even more for a tone beyond either of its predecessors reminiscent of the old germanium treble boosts of yore.
For those who have never experienced either of the original one knob Phats, this pedal delivers a hybrid, modern meets-vintage dirty boost that can be the ultimate for adding grit and gain to a solo or chorus, and/ or can be used as an "always on" preamp to bring life and character to an otherwise anemic sounding setup.
So quit the diet and become a proud Suppa Phat Phuk.
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