Also announced was the MXR Dyna Comp Mini, which as the title suggests is a smaller version of the popular compression pedal, but with an added Attack switch and increased dynamic range.
The MXR Sub Octave Bass Fuzz was created by taking the Growl section of the Bass Octave Deluxe pedal and combining it with an existing, unused fuzz circuit. The pedal has several controls for fuzz, sub octave and also a ‘dry’ volume, for greater tonal control.
Further additions to their line were the Way Huge Conquistador Fuzzstortion fuzz pedal, the MXR Six Band EQ, the MXR Ten Band EQ, the Way Huge Russian-Pickle Fuzz, the MXR II Diavolo overdrive, which comes from famed Italian designer Carlo Sorasio.
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