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WATCH: Wampler releases Mini Ego Compressor pedal

Release Date

Out Now

Product Type

Guitar Pedal




Laura  Barnes
WATCH: Wampler releases Mini Ego Compressor pedal

Built in the US, the pedal features high grade components picked for their superior sound and response.

New guitar pedal promises complete control of your compression.

Pedal maker Brian Wampler has releases a long-awaited update to his Ego compressor guitar pedal.

Based on the success of the original Ego but featuring switches for tone (dark and bright) and attack (slow and fast) you can tweak your tone to a standard of a pedal twice its size.

By keeping the clean blend of the original, your signal can be blended in so you can get all the benefits of a great compressor (picking up the notes that aren’t as strong and increasing sustain) but you have the option to remove the squash at the front by bringing the bypassed signal in.

With this control, you can have full country squash or open studio level parallel compression. Basically, the Mini Ego gives you complete control of every aspect of your compression.

Technical specs include:

– Built in the US
– High grade components picked for their superior sound and response     
– True bypass     
– 9v power jack (no battery connector inside)
– Power draw: between 14mA (9v) and 22mA (18v)
– Five controls – volume, sustain, blend, tone and attack
– 1.5”x3.5”x1.5” (38.1mm x 88.9mm x 38.1mm) – height excludes knobs and switches

The Wampler Mini Ego Compressor pedal has a price tag of $179.99 and is out now. Find out more at

Take a look at Brian Wampler demonstrating his new pedal in the video below:


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