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Overview

  • 10-step Variable Input Level Control
  • True-Bypass with bright side-viewable low current Pilot light status indicator
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      Dials up your wah tone of choice with 3 selectable modes.

      The Clyde Deluxe Wah Pedal is the updated version of a Fulltone standard. The Deluxe version of the Clyde wah has all the features that players have come to know and love about the original, but now it has a 10-step variable input level control, it's true-bypass with a bright side-viewable low-current pilot light status indicator, and has 3 selectable modes: Wacked, Jimi, and Shaft.

      The Wah Pedal's 3-way mode switch and variable input control pot will let you dial in almost any type of wah sound you can imagine. All the way from classic Voodoo Chile to biting funk to down-and-dirty low-end grunt. The Fulltone Clyde Deluxe can do it all.

      Features

      • 10-step Variable Input Level Control
      • True-Bypass with bright side-viewable low current Pilot light status indicator

      Whatever wah you want, the Clyde Deluxe delivers—add it to the cart now.

       
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      FulltoneClyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Effects Pedal
       
      4.6

      (based on 11 reviews)

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      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Nice, but not perfect

      Like all the Fulltone stuff, this pedal is built like a tank with quality parts and meticulous wiring. The tone is good and the three voicing are nice, but you'll probably find yourself...Read complete review

      Like all the Fulltone stuff, this pedal is built like a tank with quality parts and meticulous wiring. The tone is good and the three voicing are nice, but you'll probably find yourself using only one of them most if not all the time. Likewise, the input level control isn't really all that useful or necessary; adjusting the volume knob on your guitar amounts to pretty much the same result. The sweep of this wah is huge, particularly if your use to the standard Cry Baby swing. Depending on your taste and playing style, this could be a good or bad thing. It nevertheless makes this pedal a different animal. I'd try before you buy. It's a good pedal that's a tad over-priced and may be a bit dissappointing if it's not you're cup of tea. But if you're a pedal junkie you'll probably want to add it to you collection.

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      Most Liked Negative Review

       

      Heavy Jimi Propaganda

      I have played guitar for 30+ years. And yes I know Trower uses this and Jimi Jimi bla bla. I have owned this and the standard. Numerous waw pedals being the Dime...Read complete review

      I have played guitar for 30+ years. And yes I know Trower uses this and Jimi Jimi bla bla. I have owned this and the standard. Numerous waw pedals being the Dime Crybaby,Original Crybaby, Vox waw with a fulltone upgrade kit,The Vox Big Bad waw (Satriani), the Steve Vai horsie waw and the old 70s Morley chrome cased waws that when the pilot light would go out it acted like a fuse and stopped working until you replaced the pilot light. Im not saying that the Clyde waw isn't decent or plenty of waw if thats what floats your boat. But after all these waw waw pedals I have owned, the very best waw I have come across and I use today is the Chicago Iron Tycobrathe (Blue) big fat ugly but beautiful in sound in every way Parachute waw waw. Like Toni Iommi uses and Hendrix also used back in the day too. It too is a 60s to 70s product made by hand and numbered in the USA. Fuller hasn't shown you that video of Hendrix using that? I paid right under $400.00 for one. You get what you pay for. What works for others works for others...I can only talk about my experiences. And the strongest signal and range, tone for a waw on the planet for me is that Tycobrathe Parachute waw regardless if your playing a humbucking set up or single coil tone. The good thing here is that musicians friend will support you. More than I can say for Fulltone. His customer support is very limited meaning your on your own from my experiences. I have purchased many pedals from Fulltone directly and they all worked without any failures ok... I have sold them all except for the red 69 fuzz and the Deja vibe 2. My Zakk Wylde BLS Chorus smoked his choral flange I had. Fulltone talks too much about the past which creates that psych effect on people to jump and buy it because it is exactly what the big boys used in the day , hand picked germanium transistors...was you there to see him hand pick it like Juan Valdez picking coffee beans or... don't buy lesser units with cheap parts made overseas. Though there is a place for that statement, he sells it pretty heavy. Fulltone is reclaiming everything and trying to make it his own I think a little bit. And that might work for you. This waw is good, but I could not tell a difference between this and my original Dunlop to be straight up. I sold it. I don't miss it. Even my Dime signature dunlop has settings I don't need but it had more juice than this one. I kept that one. All I have to do is step on that Tycobrathe Parachute waw and there is no other setting except off. It speaks for itself. Last person who I played it for said "Man I like this waw" What is this thing?
      For friends...I would recommend trying them all out and see what floats your boat. There are no right or wrong answers here. This Clyde waw...Was average for me. With musicians friend you can return it. With Fulltone direct,unless he has changed, your on your own. Tycobrathe gives me the vibe that he will stand by you if you run into a problem. This is where I am at today.

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      (4 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Heavy Jimi Propaganda

      By Christian Ludwig

      from Fresno California

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        Comments about Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Effects Pedal:

        I have played guitar for 30+ years. And yes I know Trower uses this and Jimi Jimi bla bla. I have owned this and the standard. Numerous waw pedals being the Dime Crybaby,Original Crybaby, Vox waw with a fulltone upgrade kit,The Vox Big Bad waw (Satriani), the Steve Vai horsie waw and the old 70s Morley chrome cased waws that when the pilot light would go out it acted like a fuse and stopped working until you replaced the pilot light. Im not saying that the Clyde waw isn't decent or plenty of waw if thats what floats your boat. But after all these waw waw pedals I have owned, the very best waw I have come across and I use today is the Chicago Iron Tycobrathe (Blue) big fat ugly but beautiful in sound in every way Parachute waw waw. Like Toni Iommi uses and Hendrix also used back in the day too. It too is a 60s to 70s product made by hand and numbered in the USA. Fuller hasn't shown you that video of Hendrix using that? I paid right under $400.00 for one. You get what you pay for. What works for others works for others...I can only talk about my experiences. And the strongest signal and range, tone for a waw on the planet for me is that Tycobrathe Parachute waw regardless if your playing a humbucking set up or single coil tone. The good thing here is that musicians friend will support you. More than I can say for Fulltone. His customer support is very limited meaning your on your own from my experiences. I have purchased many pedals from Fulltone directly and they all worked without any failures ok... I have sold them all except for the red 69 fuzz and the Deja vibe 2. My Zakk Wylde BLS Chorus smoked his choral flange I had. Fulltone talks too much about the past which creates that psych effect on people to jump and buy it because it is exactly what the big boys used in the day , hand picked germanium transistors...was you there to see him hand pick it like Juan Valdez picking coffee beans or... don't buy lesser units with cheap parts made overseas. Though there is a place for that statement, he sells it pretty heavy. Fulltone is reclaiming everything and trying to make it his own I think a little bit. And that might work for you. This waw is good, but I could not tell a difference between this and my original Dunlop to be straight up. I sold it. I don't miss it. Even my Dime signature dunlop has settings I don't need but it had more juice than this one. I kept that one. All I have to do is step on that Tycobrathe Parachute waw and there is no other setting except off. It speaks for itself. Last person who I played it for said "Man I like this waw" What is this thing?
        For friends...I would recommend trying them all out and see what floats your boat. There are no right or wrong answers here. This Clyde waw...Was average for me. With musicians friend you can return it. With Fulltone direct,unless he has changed, your on your own. Tycobrathe gives me the vibe that he will stand by you if you run into a problem. This is where I am at today.

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        (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Nice, but not perfect

        By Tone Obsessed

        from York, PA (nowhere)

        Comments about Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Effects Pedal:

        Like all the Fulltone stuff, this pedal is built like a tank with quality parts and meticulous wiring. The tone is good and the three voicing are nice, but you'll probably find yourself using only one of them most if not all the time. Likewise, the input level control isn't really all that useful or necessary; adjusting the volume knob on your guitar amounts to pretty much the same result. The sweep of this wah is huge, particularly if your use to the standard Cry Baby swing. Depending on your taste and playing style, this could be a good or bad thing. It nevertheless makes this pedal a different animal. I'd try before you buy. It's a good pedal that's a tad over-priced and may be a bit dissappointing if it's not you're cup of tea. But if you're a pedal junkie you'll probably want to add it to you collection.

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

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        By J blues

        from FL

        Comments about Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Effects Pedal:

        I really like Fulltone products as I have the OCD and MDV2 pedals as well (great ones) and this was one of the main reasons I bought this wha pedal over some others avialable. I agree with some other reviews I too use the Jimi setting over the Shaft and Wacked. All Fulltone's are built like tanks so no issues there with durability or quality. I do have an issue though with RFI interference with this pedal which is probably just related to my locale but is worth note (picks up an AM freq station clear as a bell until late at night, drives me nutz). That aside even when not picking up RFI I just cannot dial in the sound I want, it sounds a bit too nasally. So, I have pulled it off my main board for now as a backup and will try the "Area 51" wah which is a little more money but has the buffer circut and other options I am looking for to pair up with my Fuzz pedal. The Clyde Deluxe is not bad and is a solid 4.5 but I am looking for that elusive 5.0 wah sound. To each his own...good luck.

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        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Best Wah Wah Pedal

        By JazzGtr

        from PA

        Comments about Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Effects Pedal:

        It's built like a tank. It's versatile as a swiss army knife. And when it's off, it's off without tone drain. You get what you paid for. Enough said!

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        (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Waw King of Waws!!

        Comments about Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Effects Pedal:

        I too have retired my Dime Crybaby waw with one of these Clyde Delux models. I looked at the standard as well as the delux and I went with the delux for the extra power that I knew would be available with it. I used to place a overdrive in front of the Dime waw and it sounded very nice but the Clyde Delux needs no help from another pedal in front of it's input. Nor do I feel it needs a "Wawfull" in front of it either like Trower uses with his Standard. It has plenty of signal and the action is greater with it's range. I have made some beautiful custom pedal boards through the years but I decided this time to use batteries and just keep the units on the floor as opposed to velcro and Power supplies. With the battery for now anyway the unit is working perfect with plenty of signal that reaches out. And I mean reaches out unlike the other waws that you sometimes have to listen for to hear. The Dime waw was strong but this is better slightly by foot action and quite a bit better by tone+Power!!

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        4.0

        Martian Speaking in Tongues

        By Norm Hammer

        from Lafayette, La.

        Comments about Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Effects Pedal:

        Decided to put together a spare pedal board to put to use my large collection of unused pedals. Had several Overdrives, Fuzzes, Delays, Choruses, ect. but only had one good usable Wah, my Clyde Standard. So I tried every wah in town, found nothing that sounded as good as my Clyde except another Clyde. So I got a Clyde Deluxe cause it's the only thing better then what I already had. I use the Jimi sound the most but love having the Shaft and Wacked settings and the added Boost available. Now the Deluxe is on my main board and I retired my 9 year old Standard to my spare/lets go jam board. If you can afford one GREAT wah pedal that will last you for years of use ya can't beat a Clyde Deluxe... I tried.

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Yes, it's worth it

        By Paleolith54

        from Undisclosed

        Comments about Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Effects Pedal:

        Took the plunge on this, have used it a lot over the past 3 months. Upgraded from a Dimebag CB-from-hell. This thing is the real deal, and is worth every penny. I'm taking the time to write this, generally don't have time but want others to hear about this if they're thinking of buying it. First, two comments I've seen in reviews elsewhere are as follows. 1. "It's great, but I wish it cost less." I don't understand the point of this comment. Do people fail to notice the price until after they've willingly bought the thing? My view is that there is no better value than this wah. Don't buy it and whine. 2. "All the "wah" sound occurs in the middle section of the treadle's arc of travel, so a large percentage of that travel is useless". I understand the basis for this comment, it hit me that way initially, too. I figured out quickly, though, that once you learn to move your foot less you not only have access to the same sonic "real estate" as you'd get on other wahs (this is the area in the middle of the travel arc) but you get subtle "tails" on either end that don't exist on other wahs I've used. This is, in the truest sense of the word, an "expression" pedal. You can learn to manipulate this space, and make it part of your sound. Work with it a bit and new possibilities open up. I stay in Jimi space on the wah, play through bridge pickup into various boxes and a Boogie, and get an articulate sound with lots of character, and it stays clear throughout its sonic range. No flubbing out at the lower freqs. I've never played through a Teese or a vintage McCoy, but I can't imagine a better wah than the Fulltone.

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Best tone I've heard for a Wah

        By Craig Capdepon

        from Slidell,La.

        Comments about Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Effects Pedal:

        Best wah you can get. Great construction, best sound (turns heads tone)have used with Fender American strat and Gibson SG, one of the best pedals on my board! I tend to stay on the "Jimi" setting.

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        One of the best Wahs Ive heard so far

        By pvvandy

        from Northern GA

        Comments about Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Effects Pedal:

        ...and I tried SO many of them!I bought this in July 08 cuz I needed a new Wah for some clinics I played,and I am glad I got this one.All 3 presets have their merits,my favorite being Jimi (vintage-style Vox sound) and Wacked (more modern,deeper,more extreme).Between the presets,you can get both vintage and modern sounds,and they fit to many styles of music,from old school stuff to heavy metal.Its very durable,and the option to add a boost so your volume wont drop when you use the Wah is awesome.Its a bit expensive,but worth every penny,one of the most musical,best Wahs I have heard so far!

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        I own it

        By Jack Strat-RIF-.

        from Inland Empire, So. Cal.

        Comments about Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Effects Pedal:

        Ive been using the Clyde Deluxe for a few months now and am very pleased. I bought it for 2 reasons. First, its a Fulltone. Mike Fuller really does his homework so I have complete trust in all his products. Secondly, Robin Trower uses the same pedal so what more can I say. I can only compare this Wah to my Dunlop Classic which seems like junk now compared to the Clyde Deluxe. Buy it. You wont be disappointed.

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