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Leprechaun FX Paddy Whacker Distortion

Regular price $150.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $150.00 USD

The Paddy Whacker Distortion pedal is a collaborative project between Leprechaun FX and Dr Scientist Sounds. Huge tone, quality components and a wicked custom finish will make this pedal the perfect addition to any rig.


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Paddy Whacker Distortion

The Paddy Whacker Distortion pedal is a collaborative project between Leprechaun FX and Dr Scientist Sounds. Huge tone, quality components and a wicked custom finish will make this pedal the perfect addition to any rig.

The distortion circuit is designed by Ryan and Neil at Dr Scientist Sounds, and built by Patrick, in-shop, at Leprechaun FX.

The Paddy Whacker is a high gain, in your face, rock n roll machine. Using the combination of mix, contour and gain controls, this pedal will give you tones ranging from dirty muddy overdrive to power-chord distortion to searing & spitting fuzz-like destruction.

Each LFX pedal is custom painted using the swirl dipping technique. Not only do they look wicked, no two boxes are the same due to the randomness of dipping. Imperfections in the finish are things we consider acceptable - meaning we liked the outcome, including any potential “flaws”.

CONTROLS

G = GAIN

Turn it clockwise to increase your level of distortion.

V = VOLUME

Turn it clockwise to get loud. Please note that at max volume it can create undesirable and damaging noise.

C = CONTOUR

This is your tone control. Start at noon. Turn counter-clockwise for more bass. Turn it clockwise for treble.

M = MIX

This controls your wet/dry guitar signal.

POWER

This pedal requires standard 9-18V DC Center Negative power and measures 2.6"x4.8"x1.6"

LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY

This covers the functionality of the pedal. If it stops working under normal circumstances, we will fix it.

Wear and tear is not covered. These are hand finished Pedals and therefore the paint is not as durable as something powder coated. If you scratch it, embrace it. All good gear should have a battle scar or two!

Abuse and physical damage are not covered.