Conspiracy Theory

Conspiracy Theory

Kindly remember: the ridiculous hype that offends so many is not of my making. These are the words which adorn the Klon KTR and likely what the name “conspiracy theory” makes fun of. Since most of Way Huge’s pedals have pretty hilarious names, it’s a pretty safe bet don’t you think? It’s very true that the original Centaur had gloop-covered PCB hiding its “magic”, were Dunlop conspiring all that time?

Sugar Sweet?

The Conspiracy Theory is rumoured to be the illegitimate love child of the Klon Centaur!ย  It certainly bares similarities in colour and tone-wise, lets be fair here though this is from Jeorge Tripps. Jeorge seems to have the magic touch when it comes to pedals, the Carbon Copy clearly shows this! We love this one in particular how does it compare for you?

Clever Horse

“Klones” don’t just overdrive, just like Klons they:

  • Boosts – In a similar way to how a tube screamer can be used as a boost for many styles of music, so can a Klon. In fact, many people prefer Klons as boosts due to where the mid-range bump sits. For this reason, we have included a Boost playing style showing how it cleans up using the guitar’s volume.
  • Stacks – Klons stack with RATs very well but for some reason, if you have one try stacking it with your favourite overdrives and distortions.

Contemporary Klones

Weโ€™ve been working hard at TonePedia to bring you as many Klons & โ€œKlonesโ€ as possible and have a great blog about them here.ย 

Conspiracy Theory technical specifications

Manufacturer Way Huge
Made In USA
Year 2010's
FX Overdrive
Additional FX Boost
Type Pedal
Jacks mounted on Sides
Bypass True Bypass
Battery? Yes
Voltage 9
Polarity Center Negative
Circuit Analog
Tube equipped? No
Colour Gold
Weight (in kg) 0.27
Based on famous model? Klon
Width (in cm) 6
Height (in cm) 5
Depth (in cm) 10

Conspiracy Theory reviews & comparison videos

Conspiracy Theory reviews & comparison

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