J. Rockett The Hooligan Fuzz Pedal J.Rad

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$149.17

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From a very smooth, Rat type overdrive to the famous Trombetta horn sounds.

J. Rockett The Hooligan Fuzz Pedal J.Rad

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The Hooligan is the Tour Series version of the WTF Fuzz but with some tonal tweaks and made to be simple in every way. We wanted this pedal to really inspire players, which can be hard to do with a fuzz pedal. The Hooligan blooms and feeds back, creating all sorts of textures. You can go from a very smooth, Rat type overdrive to the famous Trombetta horn sounds. We feel like we have dialed in the perfect warmth versus the typical, strident sound of a fuzz pedal. The Hooligan is very musical and fun to play!

Level – Controls the overall output

Gain – Controls the overall gain

Gunk – Goes from smooth to a complete musical mess with all sorts of horn sounds in between.

Weight 1.6 lbs
Dimensions 7.25 x 5.125 x 2.55 in

Dimensions: 4.00″ x 2.30″

9 volt Negative tip adaptor and a 5.5mm x 2.1mm jack.

9 volt Battery

True Bypass

Manual

 

Guitar and Bass Magazine Verdict

"Really nice mellow fuzz at low gain. Boopy sustain at high gain. Gunk control is a shortcut to sonic insanity. A warm, ear-caressing fuzzbox that goes just a little bit lo-fi... and then, if you're in the mood to properly scare people, goes downright horrible."

Total Guitar Magazine Roundup

"The Hooligan is as brutal-sounding as its name suggests. Crank it up and you get an angry, spitting distortion that sounds like a classic 60s fuzz with bags more bottom-end. Basically, this is a fuzz box for modern guitarists, not the mods, and we love the effect the thick synth-like tone has on bottom-string riffs. And if you’ve ever wondered what your shredding solo would sound like interpreted through a malfunctioning robot, prepare to be blown away." 

 

 

 

Additional Information

SKU ROC-HLGN
Manufacturer J. Rockett Audio Designs

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