WAY HUGE AQUA PUSS MKII
ANALOG DELAY PEDAL
This is a boutique vintage voiced analog delay pedal hat sounds like a million bucks and won’t break the bank!
- Vintage Voiced analog delay
- 20ms to 300ms of delay time
- Self-oscillating psycho-freak-out mode
- Blue LED indicator
- 5.5mm x 2.1mm power jack with AC protection
- Easy access non-detachable battery door
- Heavy Duty footswitch
- Quiet relay-based true bypass
- Super Rugged 0.09” anodized aluminum chassis
- High Grade Components
- Awesome tone and Way Cool name
The legendary Way Huge Aqua-Puss has returned!
The Aqua-Puss MkII has made its triumphant return, built like a tank and ready to bathe a tone-thirsty world in gorgeously smooth delay. It first appeared on Earth in 1996, an analog delay pedal so warm and vibey that guitarists found they
just couldn’t live without it.
The Aqua-Puss delivers all the spooky mystery of vintage analog delay and tape-based echo, with none of the hassle of creaky, ancient gear.
One twist of the Delay knob takes you from a tight 20ms delay to a cavernous 300ms. The Feedback control regulates delay duration and intensity. But watch out. Extreme settings can send the Aqua-Puss MkII into self-oscillating psycho-freak-out mode! Meanwhile the Blend knob lets you set a balance between dry and delayed signal—from mild to wild.
The Aqua-Puss MkII delivers all the spooky mystery of vintage analog delay and tape-based echo, with none of the hassle of creaky, ancient gear.
The Aqua-Puss integrates easily into any guitar rig. Ideal placement in the signal chain would be between your guitar and amp, before any distortion unit(s).
Run a cable from your guitar to the In jack of the Aqua-Puss and run another cable from the Out jack to your distortion unit or amp and you are set.
AQUA PUSS MKII POWER
The Aqua Puss MKII can be powered by a single 9V battery or by an external Dunlop DC power supply. The power input is a 5.5mm x 2.1mm jack with the positive voltage on the outer sleeve. Using an external power supply will disconnect the battery.
If you are powering the Aqua Puss MkII with a battery, we suggest that you disconnect the input jack to preserve battery life when not in use. The pedal will lock into bypass mode when it is time to change the battery. The Aqua Puss MkII also includes power protection circuitry to prevent damage from AC power supplies.
“I really like the Way Huge Aqua Puss delay. It works great for me on my fly-out gigs. Thinking about just using it all of the time.” – Jim Heath a.k.a. Rev. Horton Heat