Primrose Thunder
Primrose Thunder
Primrose Thunder
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Primrose Thunder

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Unleash your inner doom cult and embrace the noise with Primrose Thunder! This pedal is an affordable clone of the Dwarfcraft Eau Claire Thunder, which was a modified Big Muff with a killer feedback loop, a brutal tone blast switch, and a super useful toggle switch that changes clipping modes. Don't pay over $1000 for a used one on reverb, get one for $250 right here, right now. 

This thing is built to drone and feedback. You can get some cool sub octave sounds with some careful tweaking of the feedback and input trim controls.

I'm a huge Boris fan, and Takeshi uses an Eau Clair Thunder into a Sunn model T. Hopefully you can see where this is going... Buy a Thunder and a DoomLord together and get $50 off. Use the code "BORIS" at the checkout, and get ready to start your own Amplifier Worship Service.

TBH I'm not sure if these will be a limited run, or a normal product. Let's see how they go. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Damien Pasquale
DOOMONSTROUS!

The Primrose Thunder is now my 3rd pedal from Gehrin! A trifecta - Primrose Thunder, DoomLord and DoomLife! I cannot fault Brendan’s meticulous builds. Without a doubt my fave Australian pedal builder! The Primrose is akin to a vintage fuzz in my opinion - but beefier! If it’s anything close to paraflecting the original Pink Boris model at a higher price, it certainly has the advantage! Love the Feedback feature … still honing in and dialling in on a preferred setting. But overall this is an epic clone take on the Dwarfcraft Devices Eau Claire Thunder! Fkn rips! 🙌🏻🖤🤘🏻

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Sean Garland
Big big sounds

I’m fortunate enough to have both the Primrose Thunder and the DoomLord pedals, and they absolutely go together like peanut butter and jelly. The Primrose on its own is monstrous, but kicking in the DoomLord can really fatten up the bottom end, giving you a huge wall of sound. Really liking this new Primrose Thunder pedal!