Pre-Noise Gate? Well, that’s because we added a TRS FX-Loop that works between the Distortion and the Noise Gate sections, allowing you to insert whatever fun noise-making pedals you might wish between them. You can also use this feature to place the Noise Gate section in your amplifier’s FX-Loop. Those who like to experiment with sound designs might even use the Noise Gate in other ways, for instance by using an external trigger source. No problem, the EXT TRIG jack hooks up to your source of choice.
In extreme settings, the WURM can sometimes begin to feedback, which can’t even be suppressed by the Noise Gate. To tame that high-frequency content, flip the internal dip-switch to activate the input filter to help smoothen things out. Yup, we did think of everything.
But wait, there is more! As the cherry on top, we added relay-based soft switches and also two different activation modes to suit the needs of different players.
“Independent mode” is exactly what it says on the tin. Both sides of the pedal can be switched on and off independently via the TERROR or TAME switches respectively. However, in “Synced mode” the entire pedal is switched on and off via the TERROR switch. In this mode the Noise Gate can also be switched in and out of the circuit as desired. Changing between modes is really simple to do. Just hold down both switches while connecting the pedal to the power supply, and you’re good to go. Once set, GUARDIAN of the WURM will remember the setting, even when powered off.
So here it is. Crank it up and you will feel the rage of the ancient WURM, while the GUARDIAN will help you tame that beast when needed, making GUARDIAN of the WURM your perfect pairing for an evil and gritty tone that never gets out of control… unless YOU want it to! \m/