Way Huge Saucy Box Overdrive Pedal

Overdrive Pedal with Discrete Clean and Overdrive Signal Paths and Passive Tone Circuit
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Get The "Special Sauce" You've Been Missing!

The Way Huge Saucy Box Overdrive pedal is aptly named, in that it lends that elusive "special sauce" to your guitar tone. Natural and transparent, the Saucy Box Overdrive maintains every ounce of your guitar and amp's carefully dialed-in tone, and reacts to your guitar's tone and volume controls beautifully and expressively. The secret to the sauce is discrete clean boost and overdrive signal paths that balance the optimum ratio of the two with a single Drive knob. In other words, when you increase the Saucy Box Overdrive's gain, you automatically decrease its clean boost, and vice versa (and it always sounds great). The guitarists here at Sweetwater will tell you: whether it's subtle or snarling, the Way Huge Saucy Box Overdrive is an awesome "dirt" pedal!

Way Huge Saucy Box Overdrive Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Overdrive pedal with discrete clean and overdrive signal paths
  • Clean boost circuit provides you with body and articulation
  • FET drive circuit gives you salaciously buttery overdrive
  • Maintains your guitar and amp's carefully dialed-in tone
  • Balanced optimum ratio of clean and drive signals in a single gain control
  • Passive tone circuit shaves off highs without destroying your tone
  • Sounds great with both single-coil and humbucking pickups
Add some "special sauce" to your guitar tone with the Way Huge Saucy Box Overdrive!

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Tech Specs

Pedal Type Overdrive
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 1.75"
Width 3.75"
Depth 4.78"
Weight 0.875 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number WHE205

Customer Reviews

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Get one of these on your board

I've had this pedal for five months now. I did my due diligence before ordering, YouTube videos and such. I have a 1971 Traynor Custom Reverb all tube amp. I need to rely on a pedal for distortion. The Saucy box makes four. (Tube Screamer, DS-1, Blues Driver) Which one works on any given night seems to have more to do with the phase of the moon or something. Lesson one for me is distortion is too bizarre to nail down as, one device always works and another doesn't. Lesson two is; if you're checking distortion devices on YouTube and the guy doing the demo is using a rig that cost more than your last used car, it's gunna sound a little different when you get yours. So, the Saucy Box; Yes, I recommend it. It will serve you, one way or another. It adds something as a clean boost, real consistent in that respect. As outright distortion (3 0'clock position is usually pretty good) it doesn't always smooth out the way I'd like. Still pretty playable, but not quite in the pocket. Last week I got through about two thirds of the night, struggling with distortion, not really happy, then I tried the Saucy Box, 3 o'clock, little boost, tone about 11 o'clock ... OMG! So sweet. Was it the pink insulation I stuffed in my 212 cab that afternoon? The full moon that night? The twelve year old kid that came out that night who was kickin' my *** with his Stevie Ray inspired Strat? I don't know but the Saucy Box won my heart and recovered an acceptable amount of dignity. Get this on your board! If you can, get two. I think they would work together.
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Perfect if you need it

Perfect for that SRV tone and can get a little crunchy if you want it to. My blues deluxe amps drive channel sounds slightly better to my ears but really thats a compliment to the pedal! Has a solid place in my pedalboard. As saucy and sweet as it gets!
See also: Distortion Pedals, Way Huge, Way Huge Distortion, Overdrive, Boost & Fuzz