- chorus effects
- delay effects
- fuzz effects
- overdrive and boost effects
Way Huge Electronics is a guitar effects brand founded in 1992 by Jeorge Tripps. Way Huge pedals had a vintage vibe without sacrificing reliability and durability. In 1999 Way Huge closed down after making less than 3000 pedals in total, but soon the pedals were reaching high prices on the second hand market. Tripps was working for Line 6 when he began negotiations with Dunlop to revive the Way Huge brand. Dunlop acquired the brand and took on the manufacturing and marketing responsibilities, with Tripps still responsible for designing the pedals. By 2009 Way Huge reissued several pedals including the Swollen Pickle - a jumbo fuzz said to surrender copious amounts of boost, crunch and sustain with a super low-end smoothness. The Pork Loin Softclip Injection Overdrive incorporates a modified classic British preamp sound with a modern soft clipping overdrive effect. The Fat Sandwich Harmonic Saturator is designed to offer heaps of crunchy distortion, allowing you to find the 'sweet spot' in any guitar and amp combination. By 2022 the line included at least 14 pedals.
Source: Way Huge website (11 April 2022)