Werewolf hodgepodge

For #WerewolfWednesday, I’ve decided to bring you a number of products— and they all have a name with bite.

Werewolf Legend Bells

What they say: The primal urge to howl at the moon, to stalk your prey, to feel muscles rippling under bristled skin. The legend of the Werewolf is the primordial reversion from human to Beast. A transformation you can undertake while using this perfectly balanced, and savagely heavy 62lb Legend Bell.

What I say: Work out. Ripple like a werewolf.

Werewolf Squishablesquishable

What they say: Perhaps tweak that urge to pounce on soft, squeaky things into an urge to lovingly accept your hugs and cuddles? Just because a mythological creature has existed since time immemorial doesn’t mean it can’t be even more awesome! Ever upward, Squishers!

What I say: This may be softer than my cat.

The Werewolf Distortion box

What they say: th the Werewolf™, you won’t have to wait for a full moon to transform your tone. Capable of anything from a clean boost to a blues overdrive and even a metal crunch, this monster truly has it all. With two completely different gain circuits, each with dual foot-switchable gain controls, the sonic possibilities are almost endless. The Werewolf™ was also designed to blend seamlessly with a tube amp to enhance its tone and to provide the versatility needed for any style or situation. The Werewolf™ isn’t just another distortion box, it’s a true tone monster.

What I say: It only makes sense to name this product “werewolf.” It could have no other name.

 

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