Wampler Triple Wreck High Gain Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal

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    The Wampler Triple Wreck High Gain Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal was made when Wampler decided that they would take no prisoners and produce a pedal with so much gain it would wipe the floor of anything else.

    The Triple Wreck pedal is probably one of the tightest, thickest highest gain distortions you have ever heard. Many people have told us that it sounds more like a 5150 amp to them, that may very well be - Brian Wampler designed the Triple Wreck to be a butt kicking distortion pedal, heavier than everything else, meaner than everything else, and it is.

    Wampler Triple Wreck Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal Features

    • High grade film capacitors and resistors picked for their superior sound and response
    • Completely true bypass
    • 3.75 x 5.75 x 2.75 inches
    • 3 band EQ giving you complete tonal control
    • Boost Switch to give you extra gain / or Fuzz
    • Vintage / Modern switch giving you extra voicing options
    • Battery connection and 9v power jack (barrel plug like Boss)
    With a solid three band EQ (total control allowing you to scoop out those mids without it peeking out the lows and highs like so many other pedals) you can emulate some of your favorite high gain tones, but as this pedal is so versatile, you can easily find a distinctive tone all your own. Believe it or not, even when the gain is backed off, the Triple Wreck pedal still sounds great.

    The Wampler Triple Wreck has two distinct voices, Vintage and Modern. The vintage gives you that warmer thump high gain where as the modern allows a little more sparkle to creep in, giving it that more recent, full audio spectrum feel.

    Wampler already put it loads of gain, maybe even more than you need, but they still decided to put a boost in it! Putting a boost switch on an already high gain pedal may sound crazy but you'll be amazed at how well it works. It gives you two options via the Crunch/Cream blend control. With the boost on and it dialed round to crunch, your distortion is multiplied and you have the solo sound you have always wanted.

    Pinch harmonics are just there, in places you've never found them before. With it dialed round to cream, your pedal turns into a fuzzy monster. Tweak the EQ and you can get tone that will remind you of the Smashing Pumpkins right round to some Pink Floyd kind of fuzzy solo tone. It's all there, waiting for you.

    Think about your favorite high gain tone, is it a high gain with the mids scooped out, or is it roll your hand across the knobs to get that in your face, fuzz, attitude melting distortion. What ever you are looking for, the Triple Wreck is probably the only pedal on the market that can satisfy all of those options. This pedal should come with a public health warning.

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    What is your opinion of this product?
    This is a misunderstood pedal, if you play metal, lol buy it Other than that this pedal can be used for the best gain and EQ out of any distortion pedal ever in my pedal board. First off, the EQ is insane and delivers. Second and a close first, the distortion works well with the EQ. A very diverse pedal that works well with single coil and humbuckers. A unique plus to this pedal, it really brings out the sound of noiseless single coils pickups. I have two Strats with them and it opens up the sound that those pickups lack to make up for quiet, lol. Big Fun Pedal FFS
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    I've had this pedal for about three years. I keep dragging it out and trying to find a good sound with it. My amps always sound much better. Yes, I have good amps. Tube amps. Marshall's and a Triple Rectifier. Oh, you say. He has tube amps, you say. Look. I'm playing the pedal through these tube amps. From everything that is written about these pedals, you would think they'd sound amazing through my amps. They don't. It's the hype, man. I just re-read what is written about this pedal and I couldn't believe they were writing about the same pedal I have. It's ridiculous. I just decided to forget about the other pedals I was looking at. Has to be the same BS. Bottom line. This is a decent distortion pedal, but not worth the money. You can get distortion a lot cheaper than this. A modeling amp is better than this. A much better route is to buy used tube amps. Want brown sound? Used Marshall, 600 bucks. Want metal? Used rectifier, 900 bucks. It's the price of two or three of these pedals.
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