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Snarling Dogs Super Bawl Whine-O Wah Pedal  

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The Super Bawl Whine-O is the Whine-O wah with 2 additional features. Hormone Control enables you to switch between an Estrogen (clean) and Testoster...Read More

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Why whimper when you can bawl your brains out!

The Super Bawl Whine-O is the Whine-O wah with 2 additional features. Hormone Control enables you to switch between an Estrogen (clean) and Testosterone (dirty) wah sound. Twinductor Beef Boost enables you to activate a second inductor, causing the wah to sound especially thick! Features a six-pound. zinc die-cast case; patented foot-shaped, tension-adjustable footpad; hand-wound inductor; sealed pot; lit eyes; and glow-in-the-dark logo. Uses 9V alkaline battery.


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3.6

(based on 13 reviews)

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one word versatile

To start this wah is built rock solid ...I think it could withstand an air-strike really although some of the inside parts are plastic they are covered by an impenetrable armor with the...Read complete review

To start this wah is built rock solid ...I think it could withstand an air-strike really although some of the inside parts are plastic they are covered by an impenetrable armor with the chrome foot and the heavy base. kudos to snarling dogs for looks the dog logo eyes glow notifying what functions are on and being used. The wah itself has three different wah sounds that vary from deep growl tones to tight nail biting grit. These tones can be altered and uniquely changed by the volume control , boost (which adds darkness and length to the sweep of the wah itself), and the testosterone and estrogen modes that simply change the feel of all wah settings. Simply put there are more sounds on this thing than most guitar players would ever think possible. The versitality of the different sounds allow the player to find their perfect blend between darkness and grit to make their own favorite sound. One thing noticed by this wah is that with boost applied or not and the pedal is all the way to the floor , harmonics come out more easily and immediatly disapear when the sweep begins to move to the dark side which in-turn personally makes for a more complex sounding solo. Overall this versitale wah has the potential to satisfy most if not all sounds required by most styles that use the wah. I play many different styles and I have not found a sound created by this pedal that is out of place in any of them. If your looking for a wah pedal that is built somewhat like a abrams besides providing every sound ever needed by the guitar player, give it a try.

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Crap

I got this snarling dogs wah awhile back and haven't put it to much use for a number of reasons:The range of the sweep seems way too big and there's no way to narrow...Read complete review

I got this snarling dogs wah awhile back and haven't put it to much use for a number of reasons:The range of the sweep seems way too big and there's no way to narrow it. It's either far too muddy to be useful or far too harsh. Because of this huge range the slightest toe movement will blast you right past where you want to be making using this wah about 10x harder than need be. Instead of rocking you foot with the tune you need precise surgical movements.One setting of the hormone switch overdrives the hell out of anything in front of it. The other quieter setting overdrives occasionally and seemingly randomly. It's always fun to hear your amp CRACK!!!! at you when you're playing clean for no apparent reason.One of the three wah settings (the white room) has dramatic volume changes over the course of its sweep. Heel down you can barely hear it, toe down its enough to cause damage to your ears. With other effects after it the difference is even more pronounced. I'm not sure exactly what the extra button does except cause the other eye to light up and change the sound for the louder/thicker/muddier. This wah is very loud. It sounds akin to a distortion when not playing. Just buzzes white noise. With distortion it's a nightmare without a gate. The switch element is finicky. Sometimes the lights will go on but no effect. You really have to stomp on it deliberately to get the switch to work. The mechanics suck too. The pedal was very lose so I tried to adjust the tension. The way you do this is by ripping off the sticker backed rubber grip and tightening the tension screw. Only problem was the screw stripped completely before it turned even a 1/4 of the way around. The wah is still too lose and falls heel down under its own weight.I wouldn't trust this on stage with me and its far too loud to be used in recordings. Makes a great half foot stool though. I'd go with a tested wah: VOX, Dunlop, Morley. Not this thing.

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4.0

Works for me

By Axeman61

from Boise, Idaho

The Whine-O is a pretty cool wah, with different selectable sweep ranges. I broke the dogs eyeball lights, but the unit works fine. I've compared it side by side to an Ibanez weeping demon and the range is more musical. Compared to a Cry Baby the foot travel is bigger and easier. It may not sound as nice as a Morley, but those light bulbs can be a pain, been there, done that. The Doggie looks cool onstage too. All in all, I'm glad to have this one on my pedalboard.

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2.0

Lets be honest here......

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I absolutely LOVE the wah sounds of this pedal. Very true to what they say. Also, the true bypass is a DEFINATE bonus. That being said, I got my pedal and after 5 minutes, the black rubber came off of the top. I guess I was just expecting a little bit more. Love the sounds, but I am a gigging musician and can't be bothered with the pedal falling apart or feeling cheap.

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3.0

Descent

By OnlyByFishStandards

from Undisclosed

This was my first pedal. I bought this with the thought of spicing up my aresenal of Buckethead riffs. It sounds absolutely great. Gives a 90% accurate tone of his. The only drawbacks are that it's extremely noisy and it's not reliable. See, it's feedback is awful. A noise gate probably wouldn't affect it. It also looses signal quite often, which is an easy fix, but when you do a show, you can't afford a wah problem break every two minutes. It messes up almost every day. I'll probably buy an older Snarling Dog. My advice, if you want this sound, buy a Dog, but don't buy this one.

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2.0

frail and noisy

By Edfleckmusic

from long island

Thw wire to the led indicator light broke. It is a very noisy pedal and lasts about 6 months with regular use. When it is new sounds great. Jeff Beck probably uses a new one every few weeks. I need a wah that will last.

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3.0

The perfect introductory wah

By Strat Lover-3mUEM

from Mount Vernon

Besides the harsh digital Experience Hendrix Digitech pedal, thsi was my first wah, and is my current. The features are great, the selectable wah types sounds awesome. The only real downside sound-wise is how noisy it is. This thing is way, way to loud, and hisses like non other. Another problem is the construction of this thing. the pedal collapses under its own weight, and feels real kind of edgy when you move the sweep. I will say though, for the price, this is unbeatable.

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5.0

not for the timid

FEATURES: plenty of choices here -- enough to tailor this pedal to your style and choice of pickups. Huge range of tones with a very wide sweep. Take some time to dial it in. QUALITY: true hard bypass is essential in a pedal like this, and this pedal has it. However, the on/off switch is a little too loud -- not much of an issue if you play loud. Mine is starting to show some wear(on/off switch), but I've put a lot of abuse on it. VALUE: I believe it's a lot of pedal for the $. OVERALL: this wah is suited for more agressive playing/styles. There is some inherent noise, especially with "testosterone" setting and gain turned up, but otherwise a great wah for loud live rock and blues.

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5.0

one word versatile

By Tone Seeker

from Oklahoma

To start this wah is built rock solid ...I think it could withstand an air-strike really although some of the inside parts are plastic they are covered by an impenetrable armor with the chrome foot and the heavy base. kudos to snarling dogs for looks the dog logo eyes glow notifying what functions are on and being used. The wah itself has three different wah sounds that vary from deep growl tones to tight nail biting grit. These tones can be altered and uniquely changed by the volume control , boost (which adds darkness and length to the sweep of the wah itself), and the testosterone and estrogen modes that simply change the feel of all wah settings. Simply put there are more sounds on this thing than most guitar players would ever think possible. The versitality of the different sounds allow the player to find their perfect blend between darkness and grit to make their own favorite sound. One thing noticed by this wah is that with boost applied or not and the pedal is all the way to the floor , harmonics come out more easily and immediatly disapear when the sweep begins to move to the dark side which in-turn personally makes for a more complex sounding solo. Overall this versitale wah has the potential to satisfy most if not all sounds required by most styles that use the wah. I play many different styles and I have not found a sound created by this pedal that is out of place in any of them. If your looking for a wah pedal that is built somewhat like a abrams besides providing every sound ever needed by the guitar player, give it a try.

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2.0

Crap

By Randy...

from Boston, MA

I got this snarling dogs wah awhile back and haven't put it to much use for a number of reasons:The range of the sweep seems way too big and there's no way to narrow it. It's either far too muddy to be useful or far too harsh. Because of this huge range the slightest toe movement will blast you right past where you want to be making using this wah about 10x harder than need be. Instead of rocking you foot with the tune you need precise surgical movements.One setting of the hormone switch overdrives the hell out of anything in front of it. The other quieter setting overdrives occasionally and seemingly randomly. It's always fun to hear your amp CRACK!!!! at you when you're playing clean for no apparent reason.One of the three wah settings (the white room) has dramatic volume changes over the course of its sweep. Heel down you can barely hear it, toe down its enough to cause damage to your ears. With other effects after it the difference is even more pronounced. I'm not sure exactly what the extra button does except cause the other eye to light up and change the sound for the louder/thicker/muddier. This wah is very loud. It sounds akin to a distortion when not playing. Just buzzes white noise. With distortion it's a nightmare without a gate. The switch element is finicky. Sometimes the lights will go on but no effect. You really have to stomp on it deliberately to get the switch to work. The mechanics suck too. The pedal was very lose so I tried to adjust the tension. The way you do this is by ripping off the sticker backed rubber grip and tightening the tension screw. Only problem was the screw stripped completely before it turned even a 1/4 of the way around. The wah is still too lose and falls heel down under its own weight.I wouldn't trust this on stage with me and its far too loud to be used in recordings. Makes a great half foot stool though. I'd go with a tested wah: VOX, Dunlop, Morley. Not this thing.

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5.0

One hot little funk box

I've owned the whine-o for about 4 years now, and it's never let me down. If your ax has humbuckers, the piercing high end in Shaft mode makes tapping and shredding sound absolutely wonderful when used in the testosterone setting and/or with distortion. Estrogen mode makes playing funk with my Strat sound perfect as well. I haven't figured out how to adjust the pedal tension yet, as it has become a little loose with time, but that's hardly a problem. Simply put, this IS the wah for you.

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5.0

this pedal is saweeeet

By wah wah

from jersey baby

I got this pedal for free from a friend. THis pedals range of wah is amazing. it will giv u the deep low wah to the screaming high crying wah. the voodoo and shaft settings are especialy nice. if you have the money, buy this pedal.

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