A couple of months ago, I decided to pick up a Lone Wolf Harp Octave pedal after reading a great deal about it on the Internet. I purchased this pedal and an AC adapter directly from Lone Wolf.
The pedal was shipped the folllowing day after payment. I received a couple of e-mails from Lone Wolf letting me know the payment was received and that the pedal was shipped. The transaction couldn't have gone any more smoothly.
The pedal is advertised to deliver a "raspy/crunchy distortion that can be mild or intense, according to the settings chosen. This pedal is best when using the pucker, lip block and tongue block techniques. If you've ever wanted your big amp to sound like a nasty little vintage Champ or Princeton, this is the pedal that'll do it."
Let's give it a try with a tweed Champ...
It sounds like a Champ, but the volume is boosted a bit and a little more distorted. This may have been a poor amp choice. Let's try it with an amp that's a bit cleaner. A Harpgear Double Trouble...
The volume boost is there again. This time the distortion is a bit more noticeable.
I've had the opportunity to play a couple of gigs with the Double Trouble and the pedal. I also found that the advertising claim of cutting feedback is true. Overall, I've been very happy with this pedal.