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It's big and fat and juicy and toneful. It's a pickle fuzz, a Russian Pickle guitar fuzz like no other. Tall Font Russian Big Muff has a HUGE guitar tone fan base, And Yes Way Huge’s Swollen Pickle has a devoted legion of fans, and deservedly so. The pedal was one parent of the fuzz revival of the mid-‘90s and turned many players into fuzz believers. But what would happen if you took the Pickle’s engine and combined it with some outboard processing to give it the characteristics of a vintage Russian Big Muff? The answer is the Russian Pickle.
With a stripped-down control set, the name of the Russian Pickle’s game is “tone” and tone alone. Featuring three knobs just like the original, the Russian Pickle strips back the Pickle’s character and peppers it with a more refined low end and some silkier midrange. You know Jeorge Tripps doesn’t screw around when it comes to dirt boxes and the Russian Pickle is no exception.
Bass players will also find a lot to love about the Russian Pickle. Several bass players already use a green Russian Muff for their thunderguns, but the Russian Pickle is expertly tuned by Mr. Huge to deliver the low-frequency goods. We don’t need no stinking blend control!
Late ‘90s bands picked up Russian Big Muffs because they were cheap, and so many sounds of that era are closely associated with them. Lately, they’ve seen a revival and command silly prices. Thanks, Dan Auerbach! However, the Pickle is equipped with the same bits and bobbins as the original warhorses, and not having to lug around a shoebox-sized enclosure is just a bonus.
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