Malekko Heavy Industry Wolftone Sloika MKII Guitar Distortion Pedal
Malekko Heavy Industry
Distortion & Overdrive Effects Pedals
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Eight bands of distortion.
Designed by Todd Wolfgram, Malekko is very happy to release our all-analog Wolftone Sloika pedal. Featuring locally powdered and screen-printed enclosures, each pedal is built with optimal components meticulously selected from all corners of the globe.
Sloika is a unique distortion pedal utilizing multiple bands of distortion to simulate multiple amplifiers set at different gain levels. Capable of very heavy distortion, the Sloika (like all Wolftone pedals) is extremely musical and very responsive to a player's dynamics.
Sloika is designed to create a transparent distortion allowing you to retain the sound of your guitar and amp. This pedal will not mask your equipment's tone. Single or humbucking pickups are still clearly heard and articulated and you can easily modulate between light or heavy distortion using picking dynamics. Very sensitive to input levels, Sloika allows you to control the amount of distortion from your guitar.
Want a clean sound? Just back off the guitar's volume. Searing distortion is just a matter of playing harder or cranking the guitar volume. And Sloika enables a seamless transition from distortion into clean when you play a full chord and let it sustain.
The Sloika is a combination of 8 parallel distortion bands. The interaction between the Drive and Saturate settings determines how these bands effect your sound. To really hear the strengths of this pedal, use a loud, clean amp.
Heavy wall distortion. Order today.
Wolftone Sloika MKII Guitar Distortion Pedal Specifications:
- Drive determines how hot the 8 bands are.
When the Drive is low, the first band is at 100% gain, and subsequent bands have progressively less gain, allowing maximum reactive distortion through dynamics.
At a mid Drive setting, the first band is at 100% gain, and the remaining 7 bands have decreasing gain stages down to about 90% for the lowest band.
At max Drive setting, all bands are at 100% gain, giving you a hard wall of distortion.
When Saturate is set low, the lowest bands will drop out of distortion earlier, allowing the guitar to become clean quicker.
With Saturate at a higher setting, the distortion is clear and biting.
Turning Saturate all the way up creates a softer attack with a full-on distortion feel, and a much longer distortion sustain.