Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by IG88, Feb 18, 2009.
anyone have any photographic evidence to prove that this thing exists?
Where did you see/hear that it did? Never heard of it, very curious.
It was a made up name in a Guitar World reviewing way huge pedals.
there is a picture of it in Analogman guide to vintage effects, page 137....current owner is Tony Scrambler....there is only 1 made....
It used to be listed in the "Vintage" section of the Way huge site.
Oh. In guitar world they were talking about other ridiculous names and that was one. sorry!
WELL.... what IS it? An overdrive? What?!?!
I owned it for many years and sold it to Tony. Here is a picture of it along with several of my other Way Huge pedals at the time. I have had pretty much every Way Huge pedal thats been out and the Screaming Beaver was in my opinion the best. Its definitily worthy of the hype.
What's it sound like?
What does an orgasm feel like? Tough to describe sound.
The Screaming Beaver had two very cool features, its gain and sweep knobs. The gain was notched...so you went in increments. While the sweep allowed to go from a very open sounding overdrive to compressed.
I also owned the very first Camel Toe. The back is inscribed to me. Jeorge is a pedal guru and a really nice guy.
that used to be MINE !! I sold it to Paul Pavot and also owned the original FAT SANDWICH which I sold as well - and I believe Tony also owns that one now
wowwwwwwwww. how do you like the piercing moose? i have one arriving tomorrow and im really stoked to try it out.
does anyone know how many swinefaces and og fat sandwiches were made?
Paul Pavot would be me : ) How is life treating you? Tony owns some sick gear. If I recall correctly he keeps the Screaming Beaver in a vault with his real '59 Les Paul. Really nice guy.
The Piercing Moose is Jeorge's better octave fuzz pedal. I never cared too much for the Purple Platipus.