BossMT-2W Waza Craft Metal Zone Distortion Pedal
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Boss MT-2W Waza Craft Metal Zone Distortion Pedal
The Boss MT-2W is an expanded, refined version of their legendary MT-2 Metal Zone pedal. It features two modes: in Standard mode, the mid-range-heavy tone which defined 90s metal is preserved in all its glory, while Custom mode allows for more wide-ranging control of the MT-2W's parametric EQ, delivering great-sounding distortion suitable for all manner of rocking, including more delicate overdrive when a guitar's output volume is reduced. For players looking to expand upon the metal and hard rock tones that have defined the past two decades, there's only one Waza Craft Metal Zone!
- Dual-mode analog distortion
- Distortion level control
- Three-band parametric EQ with sweepable midrange
- Standard and Custom mode selection
- Buffered bypass switching
- Dimensions: 5 1/8" x 2 7/8" x 2 3/8"
- Power Specs: 9VDC Center Negative
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