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Rogue WP-101 Wah-Wah Pedal
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Make your electric guitar cry for a price that'll leave you laughing. Re-creates classic wah effects and opens new doors of expression. Made of durab...Click To Read More About This Product
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Make your electric guitar cry for a price that'll leave you laughing. Re-creates classic wah effects and opens new doors of expression. Made of durable, high-quality plastic to last for years.
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Reviewed by 84 customers
I bought this pedle because I wanted to experiment with diffrent types of sound and it was cheap so I wouldnt care if I didnt like it. It worked great then it started making a crackling noise for little while but it stopped now it works perfect. Im glad I bought it and didnt have to spent alot of money. A great buy for experimenting musicans.
It is not good to have this. I really repented once I used this. I have made a mistake really to say honestly. The wah wah sound is working but on my it makes some noisy rustling sound all the time and it makes that sound more when the pedal is pressed. This is a bad item. I am wondering now why such things are made in the first place. This review from me is bad but it is true.
I got this pedal about two years ago and I thought that it was just fine. So did my guitar tech guy. It sounded fine until my friends got a hold of it and fried the thing. On a budget, go for it. If you're rich, buy a Cry Baby.
Great sound. A little crackly. Easy to use. Hard to turn on and off. Good for average beginner
i bought it so that i could get a cheap good wah pedal. well, i guess the words "cheap" and "good wah" cant go together. i would suggest a synth wah over this thing. great for beginners playing w/ clean or amp overdrive.
This was my first effects pedal. Great way to get the feel of the wah wah pedal without spending the big bucks!
I just baught this Wah pedal, it was hard to figure out at first, because when I plugged it in, it made a High pitched squeeking noise but then I found out that it was because I had the plug in the wrong input. The Pedal is grrrrrrrrreat. But it needs like a bass switch or something cause there's a tiny bit too much treble.
After a little it developed a crackeling noise. This was my first pedal, and i think it is a piece of junk.I'm shellin out the money for a cry baby
Sounds crackly and made of plastic. Mine broke in a week. Buy one made of metal to correct this problem.
I got this pedal from a relative that didn't need it anymore. He only used it 2 or 3 times onstage when I got it. At first, I was pleasantly surprised. Only had a little static that couldn't be heard even when something else like the t.v. was on. Worked fine, loved the "color" switch. Guess it kinda works like a Q dial on a Crybaby. Well anyway, about 2 weeks after I started to use it, it suddenly made a TERRIBLY HORRIBLE crackling noise every time I pushed the pedal down that made my little 10W Drive amp seem like it had the distortion from the firey depths of the earth and beyond. Now I just keep it in one spot to boost the tone and distortion of my amp. I will never push that pedal down again, even if someone paid me.
I cannot believe that I actually paid money for this Wah-Wah Pedal. When it works at all (which is less than half the time), it has a horrid buzz that is almost louder than my guitar. Don't be stupid like I was - you will not find a worse product, and I can't believe that Musician's Friend will even carry this Wah-Wah Pedal. Save your money and buy a real one, or don't buy one at all.
Cheap priced and cheap quality. Save your money and get a better wah pedal. I have had this for less than 2 months and it's already breaking on me. It cuts out and crackles when pressing on the wah. I guess you get what you pay for. I thought it was going to be a good pedal, but I was very wrong.
Cheap. Stomp switch doesn't work all the time. Switches everytime by hand.
This pedal was my first wah pedal and I didn't really like it. It was cheaply constructed and didn't work right from day one. Buy this only if it's all you can afford.
I was expecting much less when I bought it. Considering the cheap price, I assumed it would break the second I plugged in. Not the case. Has a genuine wah sound ideal for any style of music. The response was sub-par and not as tight as the other various more expensive models, but besides that it really is a great value. If you can afford the best, get the best... if not, pick this up!
This Wah pedal is the best example for the phrase, "You get what you pay for." I got this pedal because I was cheap and it lasted about 1 month. At first it had a nice wah sound to it, but with heavy distortion it will not cut through it. Then the bad started, when you press on the pedal about halfway a nasty crackling noise sounds. The ironic thing is, is that this crackling noise cuts through your heavy distortion. Yes, thats right, it completely erases your tone when you depress it. I can only hope that this was a fluke with my pedal, but I didn't put it through a lot of stress and wear. Just used it a couple of times, and this happened. So save your money and get a better pedal.
for its price its ok..but once you use it for heavy wah it starts making a crackling noise. i had it for about a month before this happened. its an okay pedal. not the best
So-So tonal variation, mine picks up stray radio frequencies that you can hear even while playing. When not used as a wah, it's a volume pedal too, but the change isn't very smooth, rather abrupt from low volume to high. Save up and buy a decent pedal.
A cheap Wah pedal that performs all right. This little unit has great range and the plastic body is pretty durable. If you're looking for a pedal to learn with, just mess around with, or just don't want to drop a fortune on a wah pedal, then this would be a good investment for you.
This wah pedal is just cheap. It doesn't turn on when you push down on the pedal to the button, so you have to take off the little plastic things on the bottom. When you do get it to turn on when pressing on it, by the time you get the wah to sound "wha," it clicks off. The bypass is crappy, it adds annoying feedback and adds treble to your guitars sound. All in all, it's worth $30 but not worth the hassle. Stick with Dunlop or Vox.