Way Huge Green Rhino MkIV Overdrive Pedal

Overdrive Pedal with Volume, Tone, Gain, 100Hz, 500Hz, and Classic Controls
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Easily Tweakable Green Overdrive

The Way Huge Green Rhino MkIV overdrive pedal exudes the amp-like grit that is a must for any player, and it does it in a very tweakable package. All of the iconic Green Rhino tones that have made the pedal such a favorite at Sweetwater can be accessed with the Classic switch. Or you can utilize the 100Hz and 500Hz controls for fine-tuning your sound. With the Green Rhino MkIV, you'll be able to punch the front of your amp and increase your sustain without any low-end loss.

Way Huge Green Rhino MkIV Overdrive Pedal Features:
  • Overdrive pedal with wide-ranging EQ control
  • Fine-tune your tone with active EQ at 100Hz and 500Hz
  • Volume, tone, and gain controls offer standard control
  • Classic mode sounds just like the original design
  • Pedalboard-friendly size
The Way Huge Green Rhino MkIV packs a lot of power into a small footprint.

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Overdrive
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Power Source 9V DC power supply required
Batteries Optional 1 x 9V
Height 1.75"
Width 3.18"
Depth 4.78"
Weight 13 oz.
Manufacturer Part Number WHE207

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5/5

Excellent as boost or all by it's lonesome.

I primarily like to play heavier stuff like Soundgarden, the Melvins, Tool, Black Sabbath, Sleep/High on Fire, Red Fang, Kyuss/QotSA, Royal Blood, etc. I was struggling to decide on something to put in front of fuzzes, distortions and other overdrives to complement and add clarity to those pedals (especially those that I like muddy at times, but still want the option of adding clarity and more gain). I was looking at boosts and different types of overdrives (mainly between the EHX Soul Food, Tube Screamer or Blues Driver - all offer up something a little different in the frequency range department). I took a chance on the Green Rhino after not really finding what I was looking for in terms of online demo videos (confident I'd be able to return it to Sweetwater without issue). Well, I was very pleasantly surprised. I'm primarily using this as a boost and/or light overdrive (just beginning to tap into the higher gain level). I use it with the LEVEL set to noon and the DRIVE at about 10 o'clock. The 'advanced' tone switch is flipped to the downward position w/ the main TONE knob at 12 o'clock, the 100Hz knob is at 3 o'clock and the 500Hz knob is at noon. I've combined this with the Moog MF Drive - delicious. Really clears up the MF Drive. I've been able to get some really interestingly thick and clear higher gain tones from this combo. It's taken my Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof, and kicked it into another phase of fuzzstortion, especially on single notes on the high strings. It's also served as a neat, cutting boost to a combo of the EQD The Depths vibe and EQD Levitation reverb. I really like the extra control of being able to control the bass and mid frequency via the 100Hz and 500Hz knobs. Extremely happy with this. Not really planning on actively exploring any more overdrive pedals at this point. It was exactly what I was looking for and more.
Music background: At-home player for over 20 years.
5/5

Way huge green rhino mk iv

Does everything a normal ts type pedal does and a little more. Sounds great as a solo boost
5/5

Way Huge Green Rhino MKIV more than a TS knockoff

So I bought this pedal which I found intriguing because it has the toggle switch, what I found when I received it and got to play through various fender amps is that its a killer pedal. It doesn't have the whimpy gain that the original TS has on it, it has balls. Although it isn't a in your face metal pedal (and I don't believe it was ever designed to be one) it is vary gainy. The added 100hz and 500hz gives you extra tone shaping, just like it says, that 100hz mini knob gives you a bassy thump and the 500hz gives you an awesome mid frequency. Added, the toggle switch means you can choose from the original circuit or the MKIV circuit. Hands down, buy this instead of another TS modeled pedal . Now only if this came in a mini casing.....
Music background: Music Student, Gigging Musician, Music Instructor
5/5

Green Rhino

This is really nice in front of slightly driven tube amp like a fender twin of course if you have the Line 6 Helix you can put it in front of anything. You could argue why even buy pedals to put in front of an amp modeler. well I do use pedals in front of the helix and it sounds even better. Especially if you use it in front of a nice amp Don't ask me why but pedals make it sound better but it just does and I know cause I have hundreds of them (pedals that is). This is just a nice smooth overdrive and like everything from Dunlop, MXR, or Catalinbead, this is a great, quite, superbly built, awesome addition to any rig. I'm digging Joe Bonamassa right now and I can say this does a pretty good job replicating his tone. cheaper than the Way Huge Overrated Overdrive and lots of controls to dial in some mild to moderate gain grit. Other comparison is to the EHX Soul food and the TC Electronics MojoMojo. The price is OK. The other 2 pedals are cheaper right now and the MKIV is the new kid on the block.
Music background: Hobby. Home recording. Guitar and pedal collector
5/5

bass distortion

fan-freaking-tastic! Scoop the mids at 500 and bump the lows at 100 and this thing sounds great for bass. It sounds very Justin Chancelor with my Stingray and more stoner metal with my Fender. Very fun. Best distortion pedal I have ever bought for bass.
See also: Distortion Pedals, Way Huge, Way Huge Distortion, Overdrive, Boost & Fuzz