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Mad Professor Snow White Auto Wah/Envelope Filter Guitar Effects Pedal  

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Overview

  • SENSITIVITY: Sets the filter trigger level, tune this carefully to fit your guitar/bass output and your playing touch.
  • You can further change the sensitivity from your guitar volume knob while playing.
  • BIAS: Controls the filter resonance frequency. When Sensitivity is turned fully off the Bias can be used as a sweepable filter.
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    $259.00
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      BJF designed Auto Wah/ Voltage Control Filter that brings rack mount remote wah to a compact pedal.

      The Snow White Auto Wah (SWAW) circuit is based on a 1991 BJF rack mount remote wah circuit and is tuned like a real wah. The circuit was redesigned with envelope controls and built into small size pedal.

      It has very fast tracking and accuracy rarely found on auto wahs/ envelope filters. With the four knobs you can have total control of the effect. SWAW works both with guitar and bass and you can fine-tune the pedal to suit your instrument, your playing style and your taste of tone. The pedal has a unique decay control for the filter frequency fall speed. You can set it to be fast for wah effects on every note, or slower for a more traditional auto wah sound.

      Like all Mad Professor pedals SWAW is hand made in Finland using only premium components, to give years of trouble free operation with superb musical tone.

      Features

      • SENSITIVITY: Sets the filter trigger level, tune this carefully to fit your guitar/bass output and your playing touch.
      • You can further change the sensitivity from your guitar volume knob while playing.
      • BIAS: Controls the filter resonance frequency. When Sensitivity is turned fully off the Bias can be used as a sweepable filter.
      • RESONANCE: Controls the sharpness or Q-factor of the filter.
      • DECAY: Controls how fast the filter frequency falls back to resting point (that is set with the Bias control). This can be set fast (CW) so you get the wah effect on every note or slow for a more traditional auto wah sound.

      Built the Mad Professor way: small footprint and big tone.

       

      Snow White Auto Wah/Envelope Filter Guitar Effects Pedal Specifications:

      • Supply voltage: 9VDC
      • Current consumption at 9VDC: 15mA
      • Input inpedance: 500K
      • Output impedance: 1K
      • Max input -20dBV
      • Complete bypass (true bypass)
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      Mad ProfessorSnow White Auto Wah/Envelope Filter Guitar Effects Pedal
       
      4.0

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      4.0

      Jerry or Zappa sound? This will do it.

      By The Trails

      from Nashville, TN

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Excellent Sound Quality
      • Good Selection Of Effects
      • Responsive

      Cons

      • Noisy

      Best Uses

      • Performances

      Comments about Mad Professor Snow White Auto Wah/Envelope Filter Guitar Effects Pedal:

      This is a good pedal. A couple friends of mine when through and tried a bunch of auto wah / envelope filters. This was the best one. Many of them are tone sucks but this one pumps out a good strong signal. The adjustments really let you dial in that juicy tone. The only reason I did not give it 5 starts is that the flip side of having a strong signal is that it is a bit noisy. Maybe just a trade off. If you're looking to get that Jerry or Zappa sound, this will do it.

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