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The filter is very effective and works differently from most pedals as it cuts highs as you increase it. The volume will not provide a huge boost but a boost nonetheless.
Gilmourish has an excellent piece about the RAT and explains why it is a good staple distortion pedal.
The Pro Co RAT became very popular in the early 1980s, thanks in part to fame gained by its use by several artists.
The origins of the Pro Co "The RAT" can be traced back to the mid-1970s, when Pro Co engineers Scott Burnham and Steve Kiraly repaired and hot-rodded existing distortion pedals, such as the Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face.
The basic RAT has changed in appearance over the years, but its tone has remained largely the same.
Pro Co has also introduced tonal variations of the RAT, including the Turbo RAT, and You Dirty RAT, among others.
The pedal has a sticker with the serial number TR-105277 and says Made In U.