Earlier this year Voodoo Lab debuted the Voodoo Lab Giggity pedal at NAMM 2012. I mentioned it once before relating to a U2 post on some Edge technique, but wanted to revisit just the Giggity pedal today. The Voodoo Lab Giggity is an interesting pedal for sure. I usually see it described as an overdrive, but definitely isn’t a traditional overdrive. I would say it’s a pre-amp of sorts to allow you to add or take away from your signal.
Controls include Sun/Moon, Loudness, Body, Air and Master. The Sun/Moon is a 4 position pre-amp voicing (shimmery high end would be in the sun. more body/heavier tones would be at the moon). Loudness adjusts the input gain. Body adds/cuts lower midrange of the bass frequencies. Air adds/cuts treble frequencies. Master adjusts the overall output level.
Here is the demo from NAMM ’12 by PremierGuitar:
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Also, here is another video by Voodoo Lab showing the Giggity with a Fender Tweed Deluxe showing the ‘Sun’ pre-amp voicing.
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Definitely some interesting stuff. The Voodoo Lab Giggity is available for a great price of only $149.00 at Amazon.com. If you’re looking to further refine your guitar signal, this might be a great pick up. If any of you have this pedal, let me know what you think by commenting below!