Way Huge Atreides Analog Weirding Module review

A synth-style pedal ready to give your music a sci-fi flavour

Atreides Analog Weirding Module
(Image: © Future / Olly Curtis)

Guitar World Verdict

Is this for you? Well, ask yourself: do I want to get weird? If the answer is no, walk away now. Otherwise, this pedal could be the gateway to a whole new range of guitar tones and textures.


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    It’s definitely weird.

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    Nice control array in a compact size.

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    Easy battery access.


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    Can require careful technique to play without glitches on some settings.

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Way Huge designer Jeorge Tripps has been responsible for some cheekily named pedals in his time – this is the man behind the Swollen Pickle, the Camel Toe and the Purple Platypus, among others. 

Weird names perhaps, but generally applied to pedals that reside in conventional genres such as overdrive. This time, though, it’s the pedal itself that’s genuinely weird: the Atreides Analog Weirding Module offers a combination of envelope filter, fuzz, phaser and sub octave.

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Trevor Curwen

Trevor Curwen has played guitar for several decades – he's also mimed it on the UK's Top of the Pops. Much of his working life, though, has been spent behind the mixing desk, during which time he has built up a solid collection of the guitars, amps and pedals needed to cover just about any studio session. He writes pedal reviews for Guitarist and has contributed to Total Guitar, MusicRadar and Future Music among others.