A Fusion of Two Tones in a Single Overdrive Pedal
Your Wampler Dual Fusion Tom Quayle signature overdrive pedal is an awesome combination of the Wampler Paisley drive and the Wampler Euphoria overdrive pedals in a compact footprint. The Modern channel features a gain control and a throaty/natural toggle switch. The Vintage channel has drive control and a smooth/fat toggle switch. Each channel has its own set of tone and volume control dials, so you can shape your signal's contour on one channel without changing the other. The versatility this pedal provides is difficult to match, so you'll enjoy spending hours playing around with different sounds and tonal colors to craft your sonic signature.
Wampler demonstrates the range of tones the Dual Fusion can dial in:
Stackable Vintage and Modern Circuits
On the right side of your Wampler Dual Fusion pedal is the Vintage channel. This setting provides a warm vintage-tube-amp-like breakup that's impressively transparent and very responsive to your picking and strumming techniques. Although this channel is great for blues licks, it works well for virtually any genre. On the other side, you'll find the Modern channel, which colors your signal with little more aggression and a nice amount of sustain. This channel is great for fusion players, but, like the Vintage channel, it works well for rock, country, blues, and pretty much any other musical style.
Controls and Switches
The gain and drive controls on your Wampler Dual Fusion pedal determine the amount of breakup and distortion. The volume controls roll in the decibel levels, and the tone dials set how dark or bright your signal sounds. The vintage channel features a Smooth/fat toggle switch that brings in a little more of the lows and mids for a fatter, beefier tone. On the modern channel is a throaty setting, which will give you a humble mid-range boost.
Playing with Your Signal's Directional Flow
The switch in the middle of the top of your pedal determines the signal flow -- channel one going into channel two, channel two going into channel one, or separate 1 and 2 on their own footswitches. Each setting alters your signal in its own unique way, so having this switch around will give you plenty of additional sonic options to explore.
This baby is built with love. Each component of its circuitry was crafted with your axe's output in mind, so that every time you stomp on your Wampler Dual Fusion overdrive pedal, you get consistently warm, rich, and awesomely articulated sonic force. This system features a true-bypass configuration, so your signal maintains its natural and unadulterated character when your pedal isn't activated in your signal chain.
Rugged and Ready for the Road
Whether you're in the studio, your bedroom, on the road, or at your rehearsal space, this pedal will be at your side ready to deliver on demand. A tough outer casing keeps your signal and this baby's inner circuitry protected from dust and sweat, and you can be sure that it won't grow weary from the rough and tough atmosphere of frequently gigging on the road.
- Two-channel overdrive pedal with stackable modern and vintage circuits
- Two 1/4" instrument inputs
- Two 1/4" outputs
- Gain, drive, volume, and tone controls
- Throaty/natural toggle switch for the modern channel
- Smooth/fat toggle switch for the vintage channel
- True bypass configuration
- High-grade film capacitors and resistors used for natural and warm sonic character
- Handmade circuitry
- Powered via 9-volt battery or external power supply -- sold separately
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- Hand made in the U.S.A.
- High grade film capacitors and resistors picked for their superior sound and response
- Completely true bypass
- 2 separate pedals in one box, each with their own gain structure - volume|tone|gain (each with two voicing options)
- Switchable stacking order (1 into 2, 2 into 1 or you can completely separate them).
- Power draw: 16mA
- Stacks perfectly
- Designed exactly to Tom's specification
- Weight, Dimensions, and Manufacturer Part Numbers
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