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Way Huge Green Rhino Overdrive Pedal Review

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Way Huge Green Rhino Overdrive Pedal Review

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Tommy Niemann

I was looking for a nice, meaty overdrive. I was totally hooked on getting a TS808 but then my trusty pedal expert friend from Guitar Center, John L. showed me the wonderful Green Rhino. The parameters are super responsive so can use this for softer overdrives OR heavy overdrive.

…in my opinion, better than the TS808 because of its versatility…

Features:

It features the normal 3 parameters; volume, tone, and drive but it also has 2 mini knobs that really add a lot of bite. The knob on in the bottom left corner makes you able to cut or boost your low end by 12 decibels and the bottom right knob is called the curve knob.

It gives you the ability to boost or gut your mids.

Ease of use:

As easy as any overdrive I suppose ha ha. Just take the time to toy with it to get that tone that you’re looking for.

The footswitch feels AMAZING. Unlike any other I’ve ever felt. It’s very “soft” if that makes any sense. Doesn’t have a loud annoying click.

Sound Quality:

OUTSTANDING. In my opinion, better than the TS808 because of its versatility. Also, it’s $50.00 cheaper.

Reliability:

Super tough, super light. The ONLY problem I have with this overdrive is that it takes up quite a bit of space on my pedalboard.

Overall Rating:

9.8/10. Sounds awesome, looks cool, feels great, but it’s so darn BULKY! There’s probably a reason for that, but I just like to complain ;)

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Tommy Niemann

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