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Voodoo Lab Giggity Analog Mastering Preamp for Guitar

Voodoo Lab Giggity Analog Mastering Preamp for Guitar

Massage your guitar tone with a Body knob for low-mid thickness, Air knob for high-mid presence, and "Sun-Moon" control for overall brightness/darkness.

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Submitted November 21, 2018 by Saad h in Alexandria, VA
"A master volume for your boutique style tube amp."
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I've got a Supro Black Magick 25 Watt, with no master volume. Needed something to drive the amp without having to turn it up past halfway, especially considering that I'm using Jazzmaster single coil pickups. The Giggity, does just that and more. If you dime the loudness knob, it hits the front end of the amp and allows for the break up to come through without coloring your tone. Which then can be controlled by the Master knob on the pedal to keep it as low as bedroom volume or turn it up even further (which will hit the front end even harder). The sun to moon control is a brightness switch, I like to keep it as bright as possible but if you're into heavier, darker sounds... keep the knob all the way to the left. Air helps accentuate the high ends and body adds more low end. Personally, I like to put an EP booster before the giggity, which allows me to get some beautiful overdrive tone, great for solos. All in all, If you're looking for something to add hair to your clean tone without coloring your amp's natural sound, allowing some extra tone tweaking options... This will do just fine!
Musical Style:
Blues, Indie/alternative, psychedelic rock
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Submitted May 27, 2014 by Paul A in McKinney, TX
"VooDooLab Giggity Mastering Preamp"
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Has to be the best unknown pedal in the magic forest. Sounds very good by itself to enhance your tone not quite an OD not quite a cln boost. At the end of the chain it offers a mastering EQ effect that alters the voicing tonality of whatever you run into it. Absorbing and morphing input but not removing the natural tone quality of the guitar or pedal itself. Sonic magic. Amazed it is a mere $129, great build quality and component level, stupid name. What it can do to a fuzz is uncanny, ODs whole new spectrum of voicing.
Musical Background:
playing 40yrs this year no longer live gigging
Musical Style:
heavy fusion developed from yrs of blues, rock, metal
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Submitted April 30, 2019 by ALLAN B in Tempe, AZ
"Such a great pedal!"
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I can't really explain what this pedal is, but I know I like what it does. I keep it at the end of my chain to finish my tone, but it can be put up front or even in the loop. It's not really an EQ or a boost, but it does a little of both. It 'shapes' your tone and puts those finishing touches on it. If your sound isn't quite right, you need to try this pedal. It is a great tone toolbox.
Musical Background:
I'm old
Musical Style:
Rock, Prog, Christian, whatever sounds good in my head
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Submitted February 7, 2018 by Charles S in Sedro woolley, WA
"Giggity"
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I got this today and am super impressed by the sound shaping abilities already. I'm playing a firebird zero through a peavey transtube with digitech grunge . The Giggity goes through my effects loop and does a lot more for the sound there. I can see so many applications for this pedal, but I wanted it to leave on all the time and round out my sounds. I play primarily metal/punk/rock and was looking at equalizer or compressor pedals. Then I thought about preamps on a whim and saw this,
Musical Background:
33 years bands
Musical Style:
Hardcore
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