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Fender Classics Series Fuzz-Wah Pedal
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Wah Control--Tilt the pedal back and forth.Fuzz Control--Rotate the pedal left and right.Bottom Panel:Effects Order--Switches the order of the effect...Read More
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Wah Control--Tilt the pedal back and forth.
Fuzz Control--Rotate the pedal left and right.
Effects Order--Switches the order of the effects in the signal path to provide two distinct sounds. Experiment!
Fuzz Volume--Adjusts the volume level of the Fuzz effect so that you can match the volume level of your guitar when Fuzz is turned off. Also try setting it for a Fuzz effect volume boost!
- Fuzz Switch--Turns the Fuzz effect on-off.
- Wah--Turns the Wah effect on-off.
- Input Jack--Plug your guitar (or other audio source) in here. Un-plug the input plug from this jack to turn off the device and save power (very important) when not in use.
- Output Jack--Connect to the input of your amplifier (or other audio device).
- 9V Battery--Open the battery compartment on the bottom of the unit by removing the thumb screw. Use alkaline batteries.
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Classics Series Fuzz-Wah Pedal
- Input Impedance: 1MOhm
Nominal Input Level: ”20dBV
Output Impedance: Fuzz --> Wah = 1kOhm; Wah --> Fuzz = 50kOhm
Nominal Output Level: ”20dBV
Power Requirements: 9VDC (center pin = negative); 10mA Minimum
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This pedal is as good as it gets. Built every bit as well as the original. Solid, sturdy and smooth it just feels strong under your foot. The wah range is perfect and the fuzz is real old school. It spans The Beatles "I Feel Fine " intro feedback and takes you right on up to Jimi, Eric and early Zep. The throw back mechanics (cord and pulley pots) work well and are a great history lesson for todays young guns. Taken care of this pedal should last a lifetime. Excellent job Fender!
I just wanted one pedal to use, and when I saw that Fender was making a combo pedal I thought that was pretty neat. The quality you can feel and see. Sounds great!
I just got my Fender Fuzz-Wah today. It's a great product. It's built like a tank. They certainly didn't skimp on materials. I'm sure there are many fine wahs, but the ability to control the amount of fuzz with your foot is unique (as far as I know). The tones are classic, and because both the fuzz and wah are expression pedals, you can go from just a little dirt to quite a lot of distortion right in the middle of a chord progression.With every other fuzz box I've used, you dial in a setting, and you can have that or nothing. With this pedal, you can have none for a bar or two, a tiny amount for another few bars, a moderate amount for another few, and a lot for the next few.
I don't usually write reviews, but I had to for this pedal. It sounds amazing and it's easy to use. The fuzz sounds great, especially with a tube amp when you want to push your tubes over the top, and the wah has a great trbely vintage sound ( kind of hendrixy)... and when you combine the two of them you have youre dream sound. After this I honestly do not need any more pedals. Amazing.
this pedal is worlds of fun. have been trying to find one of these for a few months, finally got it and i am in love. its fender, so you know its bright, warm and clear. tthe fuzz is not as full or powerful as a Big Muff, but at full tilt the fuzz sounds like Clapton in Cream, with the wah on its easy to ge a hendrix type sound. if the wah and the fuzz each went 1 step further, though the parameters the pedal gives are great for a tasteful, classy sound, rather than the immature and nasal sound from a Weeping demon or other high gain wah pedal. sounds like classic psychadelic tone at high volumes, at low volumes sounds like a transistor radio and makes for some great Zappa-esque leads
When I first heard that Fender was coming out with a new line of pedals, I was just hoping that they wouldn't ruin their reputation having been a major Fender fan for years. I did some research and ordered this pedal, and I couldn't believe my ears. The fuzz is more of an overdrive/boost, and it sounds amazing with the wah. Both of the effects are great together and separate. What a genius invention it is to control two effects at the same time! It's crazy how Fender is still innovating after all these years. I only wish it had LEDs and the buttons weren't so close, but that doesn't matter when the pedal sounds like this. YEEAAAAA FENDER!!!!
I played one of the original ones, back in the late 60's, and wanted one since. This thing has the sound and quality as good as the original. I love it.