RAT presented its limited-edition FAT RAT guitar pedal at the 2015 NAMM Show (Booth 4556).
Paying homage to the original FAT RAT, the company has produced 1,000 limited-edition silk-screen versions of the pedal. All subsequent iterations of the product will feature an overlay.
"This limited-edition run is a unique offering for our customers, and we are excited to bring this product to NAMM," says Darius Seabaugh, Vice President of Marketing for RHC Holdings. "We encourage all of those in attendance at the show to come see and listen to this commemorative FAT RAT guitar pedal for themselves."
Drawing on the popularity and foundation of the original RAT Pedals, the U.S.-built FAT RAT features complete tonal flexibility through a choice of original or MOSFET clipping circuits. The MOSFET clipping section in the pedal provides a subtle smoothing in the upper mids and a more amp-like tone throughout the range of the RAT, without sacrificing the basic feel of the classic pedal.
The FAT RAT guitar pedal also features a bass enhancement, increasing the bass response-perfect for bassists and guitar players who tune down their instruments. The FAT RAT runs on 9 to 18 volts of DC power, offering users excellent headroom and audio fidelity. It includes a socketed op-amp, which allows users to easily change between the stock OP07DP and other popular chips.
For more information on the RAT Pedal, please visit at www.ratdistortion.com.