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The sub wah with massive bass response and awesome sweep.
The Gig-FX Sub-Wah bass pedal employs sophisticated electronic filters to provide ranges all the way down to below low B. The Sub-Wah bass pedal's fully adjustable high-gain circuits provide clean boost to an optimized sweep range arrived at with the help of months and months of trial and error with some notable professional bass players, including Thee-Ram Jams. The pedal is bypassed when pressed all the way back. When the Sub-Wah pedal is stepped on and rocked from the off position, the optical linkage automatically turns the stompbox on noise-free, and then provides the wah sound of your choice as the pedal is pressed down. The resonance control allows adjustment of the peak value (Q) of the wah determining how much wah range the pedal provides. The gain control allows control over how much gain the pedal provides to allow soloing at higher volume levels.
The end result is a very versatile bass wah pedal with plenty of wah filters:
•Classic Wah: The original analog classic Wah sound in a lightweight, noise-free optically controlled package.
•Sub-Wah: Gig-FX took the classic wah and put it on steroids. Get lots more OOOMPH on the bass frequencies all the way to below low B. Will act as a bass boost if needed.
•Trig-Wah: The Sub-Wah sound triggered by a note. This is one of the best envelope filters out there, sounding awesomely funky.
•Auto-wah: Want a pedal wah, envelope filter and auto-wah? This pedal does them all. Select the frequency of choice with the rate control.
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Comments about Gig-FX Sub-Wah Bass Effects Pedal:
I mainly like them because they really look cool... but aside from that, the "sub-wah" setting pumps out some really great bass sounds. Booming lows when mostly back, and crisp highs when rocked all the way forward. There is a boost knob, which is nice because I've noticed other wah pedals cutting down the volume when activated. The optical activation takes some getting used to, because if you bring the sweep all the way back, it deactivates the effect. I also own a "Chopper" and like it as well!
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