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I got this pedal a few weeks ago and really like it. I was looking for a wah pedal, and an old friend had this one, and I remembered liking the sound it made. So I decided to buy it, I really like the distortion this pedal has, and you have a lot of control over the distortion on this pedal. More than you would expect from a wah pedal. I wish the range of the Wah effect was wider but its still a nice pedal, little pricey but what isnt. so yeah, I like it.
with out a doubt the best quality wah or fuzz pedal ever!!
When I got this thing I was happy, but soon the main pot was scratchy and the side buttons were falling off, easy to fix. The fuzz is decent, but sounds crappy with the wah. The Fuzz-Wah, Wah-Fuzz stopped working altogether. Try someting else like the weeping demon. I wouldn't buy another dunlop effect or pedal.
This is the best wah I've ever played. Im in a funk jam band, so it is an effect I use alot, and not only is the wah incredible sounding, but also rugged. I stomp in on and off all night long and it still holds together. I recommend attaching something to the top part where it activates the switch though, if you get an indention it, it will be hard to switch on. The distortion is not the best, but it can be made to sound good.
This pedal is voodoo chile all the way man! played thru my marshall MF350 stack with distortion. This is so cool!
This thing is cream. The wah alone is very versatile and the boost that you get at certain frequencies when you leave it in a set position is great for making feedback or those Hendrixian screams with the right amount of distortinon. the fuzz on it is pretty good too. it is really tight (not that was tite yo) and if you hit your finger against the strings during a power chord it sounds like a sort of vibrato. i prefer to use the wah before fuzz combo because you can hear your nuances and attack better. the only downside is that the fuzz volume is on the bottom. the fuzz intensity is on the side and i find it easy to just use my foot while im playing. the switches are also on the sides and if you know what youre doig you can also hit those with your foot. the man woulda been proud of this thing.
i've always been a hendrix wannabe this did the trick
I've played for a while and wanted a good fuzz and wah, well this was my answer. First the fuzz sounds just like a fuzzface it has a volume bost and gain nob, you have the on/off switch on the right side it can be easily hit with the foot. The Wah is amazing, it sweeps very much like a Vox Clyde McCoy Wah, I think they could have put a fasel inductor in this beast but I can live with out. You can change between fuzz-wah or wah-fuzz, the fuzz-wah sound identical to Voodoo Chile(Slight Return) the wah-fuzz has a click like Jimi's Vox. If you put a good distortion in front of the wah it sounds great. The foot switch is at the toe end and bypasses very well. Bottom line: for the money you would pay for a fuzzface and Vox C.M. you can get 2 of these, so in my opinon this is worth every penny.
This is the best pedal I own. I use it the most. The wah is not real close to what hendrix used but it does have the hendrix vibe. Jimi mainly used a vox wah wah pedal the closest on the market to buy now to replicate that hendrix voodoo sound would be the clyde mkcoy vox wah wah or the crybaby classic.