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Boss PW-10 V-Wah Pedal   

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The Boss PW-10 V-Wah is a first-of-its-kind programmable COSM-based modeling wah. But wait, there's more. The Boss PW-10 gives you instant access to ...Click To Read More About This Product

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A tool chest of COSM-modeled wahs and more!

The Boss PW-10 V-Wah is a first-of-its-kind programmable COSM-based modeling wah. But wait, there's more. The Boss PW-10 gives you instant access to 6 classic and modern wah pedal sounds, as well as all-new Double Resonance, Uni-V, and Voice sounds never found in a wah pedal before. The V-Wah features onboard overdrive/booster effects plus 3 digital memories for storing your favorite sounds. Also features noise-free infrared operation.

FEATURES
  • World's first COSM modeling wah pedal with 6 classic and modern wah pedal models
  • Noise-free operation with advanced infrared pedal detection
  • 8 onboard Overdrive/Distortion effects to perfectly complement the wah sounds
  • New Voice mode simulates talking vowel sounds
  • New Double Resonance mode creates analog synth-type sounds
  • Uni-V effects produces vintage swirling rotary sounds
  • 3 digital memories for saving customized wah sounds for instant recall

It's the last wah pedal you'll ever buy. Order it today.

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4.2

(based on 101 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Best digital wah around.

Picked up the PW-10 V-Wah as a Christmas gift from my family. Messed around with it a little, didn't quite understand it, and put it back in the box for several months...Read complete review

Picked up the PW-10 V-Wah as a Christmas gift from my family. Messed around with it a little, didn't quite understand it, and put it back in the box for several months to collect dust. Man was that a mistake! After messing around with an old analog Morley wah for awhile, I decided to take this thing back out of the box and give it another go.Simply put, this thing is MASSIVE unless you're an analog snob that hates anything digital or solid state. The sturdy, all metal construction feels like it would survive an explosion and still work. A good mix of different effects to choose from, including some that emulate tremolo chorus and even some decent talkbox effects (wah-ing for different vowel sounds. Obviously a real bona fide talkbox would whoop this thing in that respect). The ability to save and switch between settings is pretty great. Also, this thing decently models a handful of Boss distortion pedals - I own an MT2 MetalZone, and this thing sounds dead on, albeit with less ability to fine tune.Bottom line: If you only want one single wah sound, an analog Wah like a Morley or a Cry Baby can compete with and slightly outclass the V-Wah. But if you want a few hundred dollars worth of wah's in one pedal along with good distortion, additional effects, and the functions that digital allows? Stop thinking about it and buy this thing.I play on a few different axes, including an Epiphone Les Paul Goth and a B.C. Rich Acrylic Warlock, and I rig this thing up to a Line 6 Spider 212 Combo (until I get the bones for a good tube stack).

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Usable Wah - Not A Substitute

The COSM models just don't sound nearly as good as the wahs they model. The adjustable frequency still doesn't find the sweet spots and in some cases, depending on where you are on the...Read complete review

The COSM models just don't sound nearly as good as the wahs they model. The adjustable frequency still doesn't find the sweet spots and in some cases, depending on where you are on the neck, sound bland and almost ineffectual. There just isn't a pronounced sweep even on the custom model. The distortion is a feature, but not really a plus. With so much added in, why didn't the designers consider focusing on just all the features to build a great wah sound. Just look at the Crybaby Rack and all the flexibility it offers. The V-Wah would have been better suited by getting rid of the unnecessary extra bell and whistles (vowel human sounds are useless) and the distortion feature and focus on how to build your own signature wah using programmable eq, adjustable clipping and boost, Q, sweep range. That would have made this a 10 out of 5 if that was possible. I still use it, but man does it make me wish it could do what it does better.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Usable Wah - Not A Substitute

By Jack Lee Taylor

from Nashville, TN

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The COSM models just don't sound nearly as good as the wahs they model. The adjustable frequency still doesn't find the sweet spots and in some cases, depending on where you are on the neck, sound bland and almost ineffectual. There just isn't a pronounced sweep even on the custom model. The distortion is a feature, but not really a plus. With so much added in, why didn't the designers consider focusing on just all the features to build a great wah sound. Just look at the Crybaby Rack and all the flexibility it offers. The V-Wah would have been better suited by getting rid of the unnecessary extra bell and whistles (vowel human sounds are useless) and the distortion feature and focus on how to build your own signature wah using programmable eq, adjustable clipping and boost, Q, sweep range. That would have made this a 10 out of 5 if that was possible. I still use it, but man does it make me wish it could do what it does better.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Beginners Pedal

By Unnamed User-wYXK3

from New Delhi, India

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The first thing that hits you is the construction. This thing is built like a tank! The wah types all have distinct characteristics and the range function is excellent letting you have the effect predominantly on the low or high notes or both. I would have traded all the extra features on the PW 10 (eg. Distorion, vocal effects etc) for a pedal on/off switch and a true bypass. I sold this pedal because it was adding to much treble to my sound and was quite noisy. My Boss GT 8 was handling wah duty quite well and now I have an MXR MC404 CAE Crybaby Wah. I would recommend this pedal only to beginners who don't want to buy a separate distortion pedal.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

THE BEST

By Jack Hutchinson

from Fort Thomas, Ky

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I bought this pedal almost a year ago. I haven't used a wah before this one so I don't have a point of reference. However, I like to plug my LP w/ p-90s into a ZT lunchbox through this pedal. It produces any sound I want. It runs really well w/ battery power. I haven't used the power source that came with it yet. It is an excellent ppedal, but be warned, it is LOUD!

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Sound - Light Weight

By Nokie

from Northridge, CA

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This is the wah-wah for your pedal board. Why? Becuase it weighs about half of what the other wah pedals weigh (they're heavy)and sounds absolutely fantastic and has excellent variablility. I was able to A/B it with three variations of Cry Baby including the Jimi Hendrix wah. They all sounded great with only slight variations between them. This one didn't get peircing as one might think being that it is digital. It just plain sounded great, had easy range adjustment and a selector for fundamentally different wah effects. The Univibe isn't as thick as I'd likc but nice for a subtle effect. As a wah, this is fantastic.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best digital wah around.

By Mark Zero

from Boston MA

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Picked up the PW-10 V-Wah as a Christmas gift from my family. Messed around with it a little, didn't quite understand it, and put it back in the box for several months to collect dust. Man was that a mistake! After messing around with an old analog Morley wah for awhile, I decided to take this thing back out of the box and give it another go.Simply put, this thing is MASSIVE unless you're an analog snob that hates anything digital or solid state. The sturdy, all metal construction feels like it would survive an explosion and still work. A good mix of different effects to choose from, including some that emulate tremolo chorus and even some decent talkbox effects (wah-ing for different vowel sounds. Obviously a real bona fide talkbox would whoop this thing in that respect). The ability to save and switch between settings is pretty great. Also, this thing decently models a handful of Boss distortion pedals - I own an MT2 MetalZone, and this thing sounds dead on, albeit with less ability to fine tune.Bottom line: If you only want one single wah sound, an analog Wah like a Morley or a Cry Baby can compete with and slightly outclass the V-Wah. But if you want a few hundred dollars worth of wah's in one pedal along with good distortion, additional effects, and the functions that digital allows? Stop thinking about it and buy this thing.I play on a few different axes, including an Epiphone Les Paul Goth and a B.C. Rich Acrylic Warlock, and I rig this thing up to a Line 6 Spider 212 Combo (until I get the bones for a good tube stack).

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Out of Box failure

By J blues

from FL

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I thought this was the answer to my old-school pedal issues with how they can pick up radio frequency interference ( RFI ) sometimes, so I went from old school to (Boss) new school digital.Took it out of the box and got to the point of trying out the heel switch = zippo, nadda did nothing. Tried everything and yes even priting out reading the instructions from the Boss web site (ahhh man its broken). This company offered to replace it but I take this as a sign from the pedal-gods...."Put the pedal back in the box!" Maybe I got someone elses return or a lemon but no thanks on this one I'll pass. I bought this based on alot of glowing reviews but this is the first pedal I have ever had to return...not good.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Don't listen to reviewers who don't know anything

By Ryan-BQxXZ

from Connecticut

I wouldn't take seriously anyone who'd bash a kickass pedal like the V-Wah and then recommend a Metalzone. This pedal is fantastic, easily the best wah I've used. Unless you want to sink a few hundred bucks into a boutique wah, this is the best you're going to find. Built-in noise suppressor means no "wah hiss"; built-in boosters are awesome for a one-click switch for leads; it's optical, so no pots to go bad; and best of all, you can get virtually any wah sound via the preset models or the "custom" wah. The Univibe is also a nice thing to have, but it's just icing on the cake. This thing is all-metal and super solid, sounds fantastic (better than the wahs it's modeling thanks to no pots and built-in noise suppression), and four preset sounds accessible via the heel switch make this wah a beast and a hell of a deal!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Not user friendly... but high quality.

By MusicManD

from Towanda, KS

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The biggest flaw of this pedal is how difficult it is to actually tweak and customize it to your use. The labels on the pedal itself provide no instructions beyond the basic interactions (wah type, etc) and the user MUST have the manual to learn how to access the advanced features.Once you DO access the advanced features, the wah can be customized to your needs and is easily the best wah I've owned (2 Crybaby wahs, 1 Morley).Regarding the distortion, the factory preset is the Boss Metal Zone. I've switched mine to a Big Muff style model, and it sounds FAR better. It also includes a lot of overdrives, a Marshall distortion, and even a clean booster. Remember that these are not designed to be standalone distortions; instead treat them as color for the wah.If Boss would have made the advanced features easier to access, I feel the reviews would be much more kind.

(0 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Not that great at all

By eclapton2009

from California

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This pedal is kind of terrible. i bought it when it first came out, because I had extra money and thought the features were cool. Biggest waste of money ever. The effects sound bland. If you want a good setup, do yourself a favor and buy a Boss Metalzone for distortion, and any Crybaby for wah. I like the Zakk Wlyde and the 535 Q.

(0 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Not that great at all

By eclapton2009

from California

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This pedal is kind of terrible. I bought it when it first came out, because I had extra money and thought the features were cool. Biggest waste of money ever. The effects sound bland. If you want a good setup, do yourself a favor and buy a Boss Metalzone for distortion, and any Crybaby for wah. I like the Zakk Wlyde and the 535 Q.

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