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NEWS: Dunlop revives Way Huge Electronics

Not content with reviving MXR and the Crybaby wah wah pedal, Jim Dunlop is now bringing back pedal company Way Huge Electronics. Sa-weet! Now guitarists won’t have to scour the internet to find a used Way Huge Swollen Pickle and risk a very confronting list of search results.

Here’s the press release:

Guitar players—your wish is finally answered: Way Huge is back! Effects guru Jeorge Tripps—creator of the coveted Aqua-Puss Analog Delay, Green Rhino Overdrive II, and Swollen Pickle Jumbo Fuzz-is working with premier accessory manufacturer Dunlop, maker of the legendary Crybaby and MXR pedals, to bring you a new series of Way Huge pedals.

Dunlop’s 30 years of meticulous attention to detail and Jeorge Tripps’ spectacular creations is a winning team. The Pork Loin Soft Clip Injection Overdrive, Swollen Pickle MKII Jumbo Fuzz, and the Fat Sandwich Harmonic Saturator Distortion are the first pedals out of Mr. Huge’s workshop.

For more information visit: http://www.wayhuge.com/

Way Huge Electronics will be available only through a select dealer network worldwide.

For more information, visit their web site at www.jimdunlop.com.


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