Back on the russian path! I had some issues with this purchase, I got one from Germany and it didn’t work.. But in about 2 weeks I got back my money and I got another from The Effect Factory in France.


Wren&Cuff pedals are incredible. The BoW has an awesome metal box, with graphics which remind the Civil War.
Inside it’s as good as the Caprid.


It’s a fantastic muff with smooth sound, even if, to be honest, I expected a bit more fatness.
Anyway I was able to nail DELICATE and PULSE tones as you will hear from the video below.


It has 9V DC center-negative plug (Boss type).
It has also the battery plug, but it’s reachable by opening it (4 screws).


I made my own settings, and I got a really good sound, but you may notice it’s brighter than Gilmour’s tone on PULSE,
that’s because I keep HI and LOW at the same level on the Tube Driver.

See the image below this one, to see what settings Gilmour used for PULSE live. Also remember that the Chandler Tube Driver had a 12AU7 tube inside, while the BK Butler usually has a 12AX7, which gives more gain

I replaced the valve with a 12AU7 in my Tube Driver.

ABOVE: settings I used for the demo (click to zoom)
BELOW: Gilmour settings for PULSE (click to zoom)


For the demo I used the SM-57 + Scarlett Focusrite 2i2

Tony Samperi

I was born on 05/02/1989 in the beautiful Taormina, a little town not too far from Messina, Sicily. I live in Bergamo since I was very young; Now I work here as Web Developer. I have various hobbies: informatics, electronics, videogames, cars, magic, cinema e, my passion, music. My approach to music happened very early in my life: I began playing the guitar when I was 4. There also was a keyboard at home, so I could play 2 instruments; this allowed me to learn how to play several instruments later. The guitar remains my favourite instrument, my idol is (of course) David Gilmour. I often sing while I play the piano. I have a good experience with bass and drums.