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Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah-Wah Effects Pedal  

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        The wah you want for the Jimi sound.

        The Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah-Wah Effects Pedal follows the original '60s design. But it uses modified circuitry to provide a more open (fatter) sound by lowering the frequency of the operating range. The Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah-Wah Effects Pedal uses the Dunlop ECB-003 power supply.


         
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        4.4

        (based on 69 reviews)

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        Good, but a few problems

        This pedal is done quite well. The material is pretty hard and sturdy..however the pedal itself is very large compared to other pedals, but that's somewhat understandable..the only problem I have...Read complete review

        This pedal is done quite well. The material is pretty hard and sturdy..however the pedal itself is very large compared to other pedals, but that's somewhat understandable..the only problem I have with it is that it's a little overpriced and after only 2 weeks of light use (practice..not stomping on it at all) the metal piece that holds the top part in sqeaks like crazy - so much that I can't even play it anymore.. although a can of WD-40 should fix that soon..another complaint is that it isn't very dynamic..you get one thing and just one thing done well - hendrix-style wah..there are no ways to slightly change the effect other than putting other effects between you and the speaker (that and pressing the pedal ever so slightly)..but even after all that, it's an AWESOME pedal and will make even the typically-dull songs sound ever so rich

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        Ok, so I've owned this pedal for about 8 months now and I've never hated a piece of gear so much! Yes, it is true Hendrix never played this wah and it sounds...Read complete review

        Ok, so I've owned this pedal for about 8 months now and I've never hated a piece of gear so much! Yes, it is true Hendrix never played this wah and it sounds nothing like his. He played a Vox wah (Hint go for the vox). This wah has no frequency change in it, it goes from a muddy medium to about the same frequency. There is hardly a noticable difference in sound. What Hendrix did was go from the shrillest highs with his vox to the lowest lows, this pedal does not do this. If you want a good wah get a Vox or anything else than this pedal. If you don't believe me you then go ahead and waste your money if you like but I'm am trying to save you the frustration and buy something else, PLEASE!

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        4.0

        It's Different...

        By Earthling51

        from Denver, CO

        I have used wahs for almost 40 years, mostly Vox and Crybabies. You get used to the midrange feel and the space to play around in there, and the really bright high end. This pedal is very different. It reminds me more of a Mutron sound, and if I mess around with it long enough to get that down, that's probably what I'll use it for. I'm going to keep using my Crybaby for that R&B wah sound. When the pedal is all the way back, your sound is gone, when it's all the way down, it's almost like a normal tone without wah - strange. I won't be using it as my main stage wah, and personally its sound doesn't remind me of Jimi Hendrix's sound. But it is a good pedal, and it doesn't cost much.

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        4.0

        Good for bass, but bad for guitar

        I believe guitar should have a lot of high, piercing bite. This pedal does not deliver that, nor does it have the tone of Hendrix. If you are looking for the hendrix sound, get a Vox Clyde McCoy. That is what he used. This pedal has poor upper range, and the lows just drag along on guitar. And if you want to add distortion, forget about it, is sounds absolutelt terrible. On bass however, it sounds heavenly. I gave it to a friend who plays bass, and he raves about the tone, and he heard what it sounds like on my guitar. He agrees the tone is terrible. If you play bass or know someone who does, I reccomend this wah, but if you play guitar, get the regular crybaby, or get the Vox.

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        3.0

        not versatile at all really...

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        OK, I got this pedal over a dime from hell and a original crybaby, because this one was on sale at that time. I thought it sounded alright, and it does, but not like Hendrix's. Not only does it not sound like Hendrix's, but its not at all versatile, and you cant change its sound at all. When its all the way back, or not even that far, you cant hear anything. Thats why the features got a low rating, the quality is nice though, this will never break, from what I've seen out of it. I gave the value a ten.

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        3.0

        Not Hendrix but....

        By trsm2007

        from Undisclosed

        This pedal does not sound like Hendrix. I'm sorry if you disagree, but it doesn't. It doesn't sound bad by any means but it does not acurately reproduce Jimi's dynamic Wah-Wah tone. I bought this to replace my Morley Volume/Wah which broke (finally) and I took it back after a week and a half of use. Like I said, it sounds ok; just not like Hendrix. On top of that, it cuts your signal, not alot but enough to notice. Honestly, I think putting down a couple more bucks for the Q35 Multi-Wah (also Dunlop) is the way to go. I've had it for a week now and it smokes like you wouldn't believe!

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        5.0

        good value...

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        This is a cool pedal for the price. It doesnt work well with heavy distortion, But I use a boss ds-1 pedal on crunch and it does fine. It is good for an Alice In Chains sound. I think it could have a little more features on it. The biggest problem is anything past the 12th fret oa any string is un-noticable. If you are low on cash I recomend it, But if you have money to spend, get a dimebag one.

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        5.0

        Nice Wah

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        Ive had this wah for a year and a half and it still rocks. Its been droped, smashed, and thrashed. its a real reliable wah and i love it.

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        3.0

        ok.....

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        First off if you want a hendrix sound by the VOX THAT IS WHAT HE PLAYED! Second off it gets drowned with a bit of distortion so dont be planning on playing it with distortion unless you are going to be playing the G B or E strings. I gave it a ten in features because it does what a wah pedal is supposed to do, I gave it a ten in quality because it is very well built and by looking at it it looks like it well never brake. I gave it a ten in value because its fairly cheap for a good quality pedal like this. I gave it a five in the overall catagorie because it doesnt have a very good sound with distortoin wich is what i wanted. Thats all i can say at the moment hope this helps. ROCK ON!

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        5.0

        THE BEST

        By Strings72

        from Lawton, Ok

        In my opinion, this is the sweetest wah pedal going. I've tried about 50, and this is the one. If you want huge sweep range without losing huge tone look no further. My JH-1 broke recently and I replaced it with a Vox 487. The sweep range on the Vox goes from Treble to really high treble. No bottom at all. If that's what you want then the Vox is for you. If you want a long sweep range without losing bottom end then go with the JH-1. Needless to say I bought a new JH-1 the next day. I've compared them side by side, and to me the Vox isn't even in the same league with the JH-1. Check it out for yourself before buying.

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        3.0

        Ok Wah

        By Gibsonlover90210

        from Mount Sidney, VA

        First off,this pedal doesn't sound like Hendrix.His Ol'Vox was bassier and treble-ier than this.The vox also had a stronger sound.This pedal is almost unnoticeable with distortion,unless you just play the top 3 strings.This wah is ok on clean,but not much else.It's an ok pedal for the price,but you get what you pay for.ROCK ON

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        1.0

        Sad to Say

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        Ok, so I've owned this pedal for about 8 months now and I've never hated a piece of gear so much! Yes, it is true Hendrix never played this wah and it sounds nothing like his. He played a Vox wah (Hint go for the vox). This wah has no frequency change in it, it goes from a muddy medium to about the same frequency. There is hardly a noticable difference in sound. What Hendrix did was go from the shrillest highs with his vox to the lowest lows, this pedal does not do this. If you want a good wah get a Vox or anything else than this pedal. If you don't believe me you then go ahead and waste your money if you like but I'm am trying to save you the frustration and buy something else, PLEASE!

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