If you thought that Dunlop's idiosyncratic range of Jeorge Tripps-designed Way Huge guitar pedals couldn't get any wackier, think again – this is the all-new Way Huge Ringworm ring modulator.
The Ringworm is an analogue modulator based on old school synth technology, with a new, designed-from-the-ground-up circuit. One twist of the 5-way selector knob takes you through five different waves of Low Frequency Oscillator (LFO) lunacy, adding beautifully bizarre and unpredictable amounts of modulation to your otherwise traditional tone.
The Depth knob controls intensity, and the Rate knob controls speed of the LFO, while the Blend and Frequency knobs controls the mix of the effect and pitch of the internal oscillator. An expression input allows an expression pedal to take over the function of the Frequency knob.
So, should you feel that your playing is dipping dangerously into the realm of sane, don't be afraid to explore the depths of the abstract with this looney Way Huge creation.
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