In this Instagram posted by John Mayer (Aug 2016), he shows his collection of Way Huge effects pedals. His Green Rhino MKII Overdrive pedal can be seen in the third row. > "Collecting x time = !!! My stash of Way Huge pedals by @jtripps... can you spot the pre-Dunlop, real-deal early '90s super rare units? #pedalgeek"more
This was the first pedal I've owned it is great. When the drive is down it gives you a good crackle to your tones but when the drive is high you get a really good punchy sound. The perks of the pedal are you can shape your tones just to really dig into that signature sound your looking for. The only reason I didn't give it a 5th star is that it wasn't able to give me the tone I was looking for. It felt like a very low end boosted pedal to me. Even when I cut out the dbs it didn't have that oomf i needed
This pedal is absolutely fucking awsome, it´s sond´s amazing , looks amazing and has a good price for what it does. I paid 140 dolars at a Guitar Center Store and , I´ll keep it forver. It is like an Ibanez Tube Screamer but, even better, it is not as dark as it , it is very much more shiny like, you can reach in this pedal, all of the TS tones + even more. The versatility of this OD pedal is incredible, you can use it as a booster, as a clean pre amp, as a crunchy tube pre amp , as a good playability overdrive, as a solo overdrive . And , you can actually use this to push the amp like, if you have a tube amp that is not too loud , you can use this to push the signal very well. So, there is no more question, go to the store and buy it , you´ll have no regrets. Do you still don´t belive me? Surf the net by using Youtube to check it out.