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Dunlop ZW-45S Zakk Wylde Autographed Cry Baby Wah Pedal
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This limited edition of Wylde's wah is autographed and dated by Zakk and has a ZW selected dicography printed on the base plate. We have just 100 of ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Autographed by the Wylde man!
This limited edition of Wylde's wah is autographed and dated by Zakk and has a ZW selected dicography printed on the base plate. We have just 100 of these killer pedals and they won't last long!
Modern Cry Baby master Zakk Wylde and Dunlop have joined forces to deliver the toughest, meanest wah pedal on the planet. Built from the ground up with great tone and rugged durability in mind, this pedal can stand up to the crushing stomp of metal's reigning king of lead guitar. The Wylde Wah features a heavy-duty raw-metal casing and roadworthy components to withstand years of abuse. With guts that have been finely tuned to Zakk's specs, including the Fasel inductor, this wah is specially voiced to deliver an extra-thick and cutting tone.
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I play extensively through pedalboards in guitar shops and at friends' houses and/or gigs. I was looking for a wah wah pedal, and the first time I tried a Zakk Wylde Wah, I fell in love. I immediately bought one for myself and haven't taken it out of my board since.
I have played many Wah's and I also own the Dimebag crybaby. The Wylde has the best tone straight out of the box of any wah I've ever heard. It's designed for Rock and Hard rock. But, I'm sure it would be great for other styles. Buy It!
The Dunlop Zakk Wylde Wah is absolutely Awesome! If you're looking for a wah pedal, or maybe need something to up your overall tone...this is it, brother! Has a great low, crunch that is immediately identifiable as Zakks signature sound. I play it through my Marshall Valvestate 100 head and 4X12 cab with my Zakk Wylde Epiphone Les Paul. Admittedly, Zakk states that he primarily uses the Wah for harmonics and pinch harmonics, but I use it through the entire sweep playing a huge range of music.... Ok, mostly Metal!
I've played a good share of wah pedals, but nothing even touches this one. The tone is perfect, and never has those strange spots like some other wahs. If you'd had them, you'll know what I mean. The range is amazing, but stays smooth and easy to control. To keep the sound working fine for years, Dunlop built this thing like a tank. I don't see how anyone could break this without trying VERY hard. I rated a 10 on features because it simply does exactly what all it claims to. I'd suggest this to anyone who plays metal and needs to put more creative edge on their playing.