Way Huge WHE-606 Ring Worm First Version 2011 s/n AB37T249 USA

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Original first version of the re-issued Way Huge WHE-606 Ring Worm in near mint condition with box, instruction manual , 2 buttons in sealed bag and warranty card ( not valid ). Thoroughly tested and in perfect working order. Connecting an expression pedal brings this pedal alive with out-of-space filter sweeps !

PSU not included but you'll need a 18 Volt DC Adapter, such as the Dunlop EC8004EU power supply unit, which is widely available.

Dial in some crazy freaked out madness with the Way Huge Ring Worm; an analog modulator based on old school synth technology, with a new, designed-from-the-ground-up circuit. One twist of the 5-way selector knob takes you through five different waves of Low Frequency Oscillator (LFO) lunacy, adding beautifully bizarre and unpredictable amounts of modulation to your otherwise traditional tone. The Depth knob controls intensity, and the Rate knob controls speed of the LFO, while the Blend and Frequency knobs controls the mix of the effect and pitch of the internal oscillator. An expression input allows an expression pedal to take over the function of the Frequency knob. Don't be afraid to explore the depths of the abstract with this looney Way Huge creation.

Quote from the Pedal of the Week website ;

Continuing this week’s unscheduled jump into the pool filled with the freakiest pedals we could find, we came across an effect that can strike fear into the hearts of many players just by its very mention: the Ring Modulator. While each ring mod is definitely it’s own beast, there’s something special about today’s featured pedal from Way Huge Electronics that really takes your breath away. Let’s take a look at the Ring Worm Ring Modulator, shall we?
Blend and Freq are the two main, big control knobs that stand out immediately on the Ring Worm. The Blend knob mixes the wet and dry signals to taste, while the Freq knob determines the pitch of the internal oscillator. There’s a slightly smaller Mode knob below these two giants as well, which lets you select between 5 different LFO shapes (envelope follower, random, square, step-sine and sine), adding bizarre and unpredictable amounts of modulation to the effect.
Two even smaller knobs reside below these main three, and they exist to control the Width of the LFO sweep and the overall Rate of the LFO itself. The Ring Worm also features an Expression Pedal jack for complete control over the Freq knob, and it runs at 18v too, for plenty of headroom as well.
Exciting, unpredictable and just plain fun, this is one pedal that will bring hours and hours of pure musical enjoyment. Unfortunately, the Ring Worm has been discontinued, and is both getting harder to find and rising in price each day. If you can find one and have the means, we highly recommend picking one up. Be sure to check out the Way Huge Electronics/Dunlop website as well, as they keep making awesome pedals year after year, and have a whole slew of stuff you’ll want to investigate.

Product Specs

Listed10 months ago
ConditionMint (Used)
Mint items are in essentially new original condition but have been opened or played.learn more
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