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The first wah pedal designed by bass players for bass players. The 105Q incorporates a proprietary potentiometer* and custom EQ circuitry, specifically optimized for bass frequencies.
The WH10V2 features the same circuit as the original with one major upgrade: a very sturdy metal housing.
The Ibanez WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal will have your audience screaming for more with its shrieks, cries, wails, and seductive siren songs.
Wah-Wah Pedal-Optical Control
The Hand-Wired VOX Wah-Wah Pedal The VOX V846-HW relies on skilled hand-wiring, turret board construction, and superior components to create a truly authentic classic wah-wah tone. The diecast metal chassis is rugged enough for life on the road - a soft c
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
The Talk Box is a classic effect—you can hear it on some of the greatest songs ever recorded, across genres and time, from funk and ’70s rock to hard rock and metal. Its unique, highly expressive character is instantly recognizable.
The 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah has been the most popular bass wah for years. The world’s top bass players have used its deep, expressive tones to add groove and texture to their bass lines.
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.
The wah-wah pedal was just invented when Hendrix burst on the scene in 1967. And to this day, few players' names are more synonymous with killer wah leads and wicked, wah-driven syncopated rhythms.
The Dunlop Custom Shop Rack Wah gives more control over your wah tone than any wah pedal in the world. The 6-position switch lets you select the sweep frequency range, and the variable Q control determines the wah's bandpass shape.