Does the ProCo rat work bass?
Rats of various type have been a long time Bass Player favorite. The ProCo will work, but there are many newer options that are even better, and more tailored for Bass, either with better Low end, better bass eq points, or blendable cleans!
Does the ProCo rat have a true bypass?
A Yes, all RAT’s are True Bypass.
What is the ProCo Rat based on?
The Pro Co “The RAT” is a distortion pedal with a quite simple circuit, which can be broken down into four simpler blocks: distortion stage, tone control, output stage and power supply. The design is based around a single opamp, originally the Motorola LM308 (switched to Texas Instruments OP07DP around 2002-2003).
Where are Fuzzrocious pedals made?
A husband and wife team that build and paint guitar effects by hand in New Jersey.
Which rat has LM308?
Although the exterior was tweaked, the early days of the Rat 2 featured the very same innards as days past, including the heart of the unit, the LM308 op-amp.
Is ProCo rat a fuzz?
Despite its “fuzzy” qualities, the ProCo Rat is a distortion pedal, not a fuzz pedal. This is because the Rat is not designed to allow harmonic overtones to dominate and overpower the guitar’s tone. Generally speaking, there are three types of dirt (or non-clean tone) tones for guitar.
Who used the rat pedal?
Used in punk, jazz, metal and rock bands across the world the pedal does not pigeon-hole itself as a one trick pony. Guitarists such as Kurt Cobain, James Hetfield, John Scofield and Dave Grohl are noted to use the Rat pedal in their major releases.
Does the rat 2 have a LM308?
An aesthetically revamped addition to the family, the Rat 2 featured a hidden LED and a sleeker look. Although the exterior was tweaked, the early days of the Rat 2 featured the very same innards as days past, including the heart of the unit, the LM308 op-amp.
What kind of overdrive is rat?
light overdrive pedal
Plenty of players have used the Rat as their light overdrive pedal and adore it. It’s not that it’s bad at overdrive. It’s that it excels so much at distortion.