Capturing the essence of the world’s most expensive, collectible, and unavailable amplifiers. The most crystal of lettuce, the most unobtanium of discontinued exotic zest of magic diodes, the newest old stock tubes of artisanal sous vide blockchain components, organic GMO free discrete integrated circuits, simultaneously wild, free range, and humanely farmed, wired point-to-point on holistically mindful, mil-spec bespoke circuit boards. Its bypass is not just “truthful” – it is unflinchingly candid. Worthy of all the years you spent on a waiting list, the Hawaiian Pizza is the sonic equivalent of a forbidden delicacy. It’s nothing but three knobs and the truth. Put this in front of a clean amp, crank things up and prepare to be frightened. Or put it in front of a crunchy amp, dial it up just a little bit, and wonder where this thing has been all your life. You can blame Grammy winning producer Dave Cobb (Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson) for this pedal. He geeked out with Philippe about something over the phone, and years later, we misinterpreted what we talked about into making this.
- Captures the essence of the world’s most expensive, collectible, and unavailable amplifiers.
- Features 3 knobs: Output, Voltage & Input
- Covers a wide range of sonic territories
- Hand-made in Columbia, S.C.