First Clip of the Way Huge Fat Sandwich

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Guitar Josh, Jan 25, 2008.


  1. Guitar Josh

    Guitar Josh Resident Curmudgeon Silver Supporting Member

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    Guitar Josh Resident Curmudgeon Silver Supporting Member

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    Sorry I wasn't more clear, that's not me, I found it on the Way Huge website :D
     
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    I like it. Man there sure has been alot of debate over Way Huge coming back. I think the bottom line is he designs and builds excellent FX.
     
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    Sounds ok inspite of the demo being EVH'd.
     
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    That sounds nothing like I expected.
     
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    +1.........I wish the demo could have been done with a clean amp.
     
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    Maybe its because it wasn't what I had anticipated, but I thought that demo was awful. I'd much rather have a BoR or a Crunch Box, etc.
     
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    nothing wrong with that! assuming it's 1978-83 EVH...:rolleyes:
     
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    c'mon haters, give the man a break! demo sounded very fine for what it is, maybe tomorrow you'll hear the "second coming" pedal demo you've waited for so long...:munch
     
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    I actually liked it! A rather fuzzy but singing and well balanced distortion. It also sounds really touch sensitive, as you can hear in clip 3
     
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    Had nothing to do with the playing or the material chosen to highlight it - I just thought it sounded crappy. The low end is woofy and loose and it's too compressed - no dynamic content at all.
     
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    It's gone... and I wanted to hear it. Dang.
     
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    Go to the site. Its been split into 3 demos. This link is dead.
     
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    click on the direct link in post #10... the link in post 1 doesnt work
     
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    there's a time for dynamic content and there's a time for over compressed and woofy/loose low end...it's like blondes and brunettes!!!:cool:
     
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    I dug it from the clips. I didn't expect "Marshall" type distortion. It had some fuzz in the top end, clarity, and could clean up very well. I will definitely be trying one when GC comes out with them.
     

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