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I picked up the Way Huge Green Rhino a few weeks ago and have been fooling around with it at home and during band practice. I heard the demos online and when I started fooling with the settings, I was not disappointed.

This thing can go from subtle overdrive to some serious crunch. I use it mostly for older tunes from the 60' and 70's but you can also crank out some modern rock on this stompbox. You can even get a scooped sound from it for more of a metal feel without getting into the true distortion area. It is also built very well. It is very solid and feels like it could take some abuse.
Gear:
Fender Strat
Epi Joe Pass Signature
Epi LP Plus Top
Jackson Dinky
Fender Hot Rod Deville 212
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HNPD
Would you recommend it for tightening up high gain?
I'm looking for an od pedal and seriously considering this one

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Gear:
Orange TH30 Head
Orange PPC410 Cab
Ibanez ART500e
Cort KX5
Almansa 434 Cedro
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Yes, you could tighten up high gain with it. The curve and frequency dials are very good at that.
Gear:
Fender Strat
Epi Joe Pass Signature
Epi LP Plus Top
Jackson Dinky
Fender Hot Rod Deville 212
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Quote by Rio38
Yes, you could tighten up high gain with it. The curve and frequency dials are very good at that.


I was hoping for that
How much did you pay for it?

#2 of the Orange TH30 Clique
Gear:
Orange TH30 Head
Orange PPC410 Cab
Ibanez ART500e
Cort KX5
Almansa 434 Cedro
#5
great pedal, wise choice.
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Quote by Bauwke
I was hoping for that
How much did you pay for it?


$129 from Musician's Friend. Worth every penny.
Gear:
Fender Strat
Epi Joe Pass Signature
Epi LP Plus Top
Jackson Dinky
Fender Hot Rod Deville 212
#7
I have that too!
It's got enough volume to murder your amp.
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