The name Wampler has been mentioned a lot lately on forums, in magazines and are being used by some of the worlds top players, are they just another pedal company just like the last?
In short, no. Wampler design really unique and well built pedals because they develop them alongside the musicians who will be using them. Take the Dual Fusion, for example.
When I used the Dual Fusion I get a lot of bass response per each note I play, it makes me feel like I’m playing with Tom Quayle's gear, which is should as it is a Tom Quayle signature pedal!
In the past whenever I purchased a signature pedal it sounded nothing like the sound of the artists who's signature pedal it belonged which shows how little difference it made to their tone/sound.
This is one of the qualities that set Wampler apart from many of the other pedal companies out there, their pedals tend to play an important role in the setup/sound of the musician who uses it.
I urge you to try one of these fantastic units, the Dual Fusion is a very unique and cool pedal with tones of tone and gain and if you want a slice of Tom's great fusion tone here it is in one little tiny box!
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