Keeley Angry Orange 4-in-1 Fuzz Distortion Pedal

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Keeley Angry Orange 4-in-1 Fuzz Distortion Pedal

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Keeley Angry Orange 4-in-1 Fuzz Distortion Pedal Overview

Keeley have crammed two legendary distortion and fuzz circuits into one stompbox and given you two new sounds in the process. It’s sort of like pedal-modeling except these are 100% old-school, analog circuits and you can decide which tone control or clipping section you want to rock.

Heavily saturate your guitar through either a legendary ‘78 Japanese Orange Distortion or a ‘91 Soviet Civil War Fuzz. Use the Angry Orange to make your own fuzzztortions with the hybrid modes, all with only three simple knobs.

This pedal can be True Bypass or Buffered Bypass, it only takes two seconds to switch between the modes. The Keeley Angry Orange is entirely manufactured at Keeley Electronics and is in our new aluminum enclosure.

Main Features:
-Compact Distortion and Fuzz Effects Pedal

  • 2 classic Distortion/Fuzz circuits combined with 2 swapable Tone Circuits in 1 pedal
  • Offers 4 Distortion and Fuzz flavors - 2 familiar circuits and 2 brand-new amp-like Distortion and Fuzz tones
  • Create unique Hybrid Fuzz Distortions by mixing the MF Fuzz’ and DS Distortion’s Clipping Sections and Tone Controls
  • Professionally Engineered Tone - sounds developed in the field and in our tone lab
  • 100% analog circuit with all-analog signal path
  • Switchable Tone control
    • MF: Scooped sounding, passive tilt-style Tone Control
    • DS: Differently voiced passive sounding tilt control
  • Switchable diode clipping
    • MF: Soft diode clipping - for an edgier more aggressive muffled fuzz tone
    • DS: Hard diode clipping - for softly overdriven tube-amp-like tones
      -Silent soft-touch switch with switchable Buffered or True Bypass Switching
  • Made in Edmond, OK, USA
  • Powered by a regular 9V DC PSU
    (centre -, 2.1 mm, 25 mA current draw)

Tone Control

The Angry Orange gives you two tone control circuits to choose from. When the Tone Switch is up and in the MF Position the tone control is a scooped sounding, passive tilt-style. If the Tone Switch is down and in the DS Position it also features a passive sounding tilt control, voiced a little differently.

Diode Clipping

Hard or Soft Clipping: The Angry Orange gives you both styles of diode clipping. Diodes are used to create hard clipping distortions or smooth overdrive sounds. If the Clipping Switch is in the DS Position it features Hard Diode Clipping which is an edgier, more aggressive tone. When the Clipping Switch is in the MF Position that uses Soft Diode Clipping, like a muffled fuzz tone.

Buffered and True Bypass

The Keeley Angry Orange allows you to quickly switch between either mode. Having a great buffer will make your rig sound strong and clear even when the pedal is off.

Buffered switching prevents the pops and clicks of true-bypass switching. If you want to turn on true-bypass, simply press and hold the foot switch for two seconds.

Holding the switch for two seconds toggle between modes. True Bypass is great if a buffer might affect the tone of a vintage pedal. Enjoy truly silent switching and a better sounding rig with Keeley’s buffered switching mode.

Made In The USA

We design, engineer, and manufacture the Keeley Angry Orange in Oklahoma City. Everything about the Super Rodent is geared towards the professional musician and their quest for an inspiring tone when the performance demands it. From the inside of the pedal and its meticulously built circuit boards and metal construction audio jacks to the outside of the effect its newly fabricated aluminum enclosure; we make guitar effect pedals to be finely crafted musical instruments.

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Rated 5.00 out of 5 06/6/2024

Another seemingly immaculate release from Keeley. Fuzz and Distortion often present a tonal challenge - not so for me with the Angry Orange. Sounds pour forth from this amazing combination of Big Muff and DS1 - It plays well something like the Noble Screamer before and ambient pedals after - plus it responds well to adjustments on the guitars volume and tone... The biggest problem is remembering to come up for air occasionally. Serious gain and tone - play loud at low volume....