With three switches for Fuzz, Drive and Boost, it's the ultimate weekend warrior pedal. The Fuzz side is based on a vintage '70s silicon fuzz, with an internal bias control for all the spitty, raspy fuzz a player could ever desire.
One look at Kevin Wilson’s extensive catalog of effects will tell you that he knows what he’s doing. That said, when the man makes a Muff, it’s time to listen up. And so it came to be, and it was christened the Dirty Beaver.
The particular Beaver is patterned after a “ram’s head” Muff, so named because the pedal featured the now-seldom-used Electro-Harmonix ram’s head logo. This was a 1970s incarnation of the Muff circuit and is renowned for versatile, singing lead tone.