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Wah-Wah Pedal-Optical Control
The Wailer Wah features the great sound and tone of the award winning Crying Tone Wah in a rugged, lightweight pedal and with a traditional rack and pinion style operating mechanism. It’s also extremely affordable.
The BOSS AW-3 Dynamic Wah pedal gives guitarists a wide range of classic auto-wah and dynamic wah effects, plus a new "Humanizer" effect which can simulate human vowel sounds. A Bass input provides a variety of funky wah sounds for bass guitar.
This Cry Baby Wah features the legendary Fasel® inductor, a focused high end, and an aggressive wah sound.
By sensing your guitar's dry signal, The Noise Clamp reduces the noise level within the effect loop, coming down hard on even the noisiest signals.
Fender's FWP-1 Wah Pedal delivers classic and rich vocal sound with a smooth feel and consistent crystalline response. An internal switch enables either "buffered" or "classic" output allowing greater flexibility in pedalboard placement of the unit itself
Don’t let its small size fool you—the CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah doesn’t skimp on tone or usability. It comes equipped with the legendary Fasel inductor, a full sweep range, and three internally adjustable voicings—Low, Vintage, and GCB95.
The companion pedal to the DCR-2SR Cry Baby Rack Module. Pedal position controls the wah effect selected at the rack. Use up to six pedals at once to access the wah effect from multiple locations.
The WH10V2 features the same circuit as the original with one major upgrade: a very sturdy metal housing.
The real sound and feel of the classic VOX Wah-WahThe new V847 Wah-Wah pedal is an enhanced version of the most famous guitar effects pedal of all time. Based on the specifications of the original pedal developed by VOX in the '60s, the new Wah-Wah offers
The heart and soul of the original wah pedals was the legendary Fasel inductor, and the Cry Baby Classic has it. Why is that important? Because the Fasel inductor was the key to the gorgeous tone, voice, and sweep of those first wahs.