Maker: Stomp Under Foot
Model: Ram's Head (Violet Version)
Description: The Ram's Head is mostly associated with David Gilmour's tone on Pink Floyd's "The Wall" but it is also a great, all-around fuzz for any style of music. This is due to the pedal having a very balanced tone, excellent string clarity and the perfect amount of gain.
If you need a Ram's Head to cut better in a band situation then check out the Violet Menace.
"The Ram’s Head yields a huge tone, full of analog warmth and open overtones."
- Premier Guitar Magazine
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