Video: Caroline Guitar Company Hawaiian Pizza Fuzz-Drive Demo

Pineapple on pizza is obviously great, and even if you don't eat meat (or ham specifically), you can appreciate the combination of sweet and savory flavors found on your typical Hawaiian pizza. Caroline Guitar Company has combined both in its Hawaiian Pizza fuzz-drive pedal, a versatile stompbox that lets you get everything from creamy, bluesy lead tones to Sonic Youth-style crunch.

The pedal features just three knobs, but together they can reveal overdriven tones of classic Dumble, tweed, and British amplifiers, as well as thick, Big Muff-style fuzz and grungy gated dirt. The Pig knob controls the amount of input gain. The Pineapple controls the voltage, and the Pizza knob controls the output gain. In his demo above, Andy Martin says, "By simply finding different sweet spots and combinations the Hawaiian Pizza" can shift your tone from "sweet, singing fuzz to sputtering, broken amps sounds."

In addition, Caroline included an internal pickup simulator switch so that the pedal will still give its intended sound no matter where you place it on your pedalboard—even if it's after buffered pedals. Be sure to watch our demo with Andy above to hear all that the Hawaiian Pizza can do, and click here to find yours on Reverb now.

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