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For a long time now I'd been planning on making a fuzz pedal designed for the many distortion loving bass players out there. It all started when I began getting a large percentage of my Pickle Pie sales from bass players who knew The Pickle's reputation as a 'guitar' pedal that could handle the low frequencies of the bass, and give a nice spongy fuzz much better than most of the Muff family. Even though most were happy with this pedal, I had always wanted to take a stab at doing some tweaks to The Pickle to create a pedal with a much different voice, but one that still uses the same basic skeleton as the PP, and strives to resolve many of the common quandaries bassists come across in their search for a fuzz that really works for their instrument and their playing situation. Long story short, I spent much of my spare time for a few months trying many, many different ideas and experiments till I came up with something I was really happy with. OK, here's the rundown on some of the changes made to the first PPie: A FET buffered active clean-boost. No 'drop out' when you kick on the fuzz when playing live. Helps give the feel of running two amps, one wet, one dry for those of us who can't afford two SVT's, and/or can't lug two bass amps down to the local club. Totally changed FET-hybrid clip sections. Along with great sounding fuzz, this specific clipping combo helps the fuzz to mesh with the clean signal in a natural way, instead of just sitting on top of the dry signal like some fuzzers with clean blends can do. Altered tone-stack range geared specifically for bass. A widened range of usable tones from the 'shape' knob. The pedal overall has a much less pronounced mid-scoop which helps it to retain presence in a live playing situation. Altered saturation (fuzz) knob to make it highly usable at lower gain settings.