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Electro-Harmonix Wailer Wah Wah Pedal

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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. Rugged yet lightweight at just over 1.5 lb., it’s lighter than most popular wah pedals and a real weight saver for your pedal board. All this at an unbeatable price.

Killer wah and cocked wah sounds Traditional rack and pinion style operating mechanism Super affordable Rugged yet lightweight

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I've had the Wailer Wah for about a month. I use Dimarzio Tone Zone humbuckers into a Marshall JCM 900, and I play old-school thrash metal. This is a good wah pedal, the only budget wah I have found which actually has a usable tone. It sounds good with both heavy and light distortion, and also good with a clean tone. At first glance it is a cheaper and lighter clone of the standard basic Crybaby, the most basic wah type, really just a tone control for your foot. But it has, IMO, a far superior tone to the basic Crybaby. EHX really paid attention to the tone parameters of this pedal. It sounds good at every position. Tone-wise, this wah smokes all but the higher-end wahs, and absolutely destroys the newer budget level Dunlops and Morleys and other price equivalents like the Behringer and Modtone. Yes, I expect the traditional pot-type circuitry to wear out and get scratchy after a few years, but that's a problem of all traditional wahs, and at least it will be relatively affordable to replace. The Wailer Wah is super light, it's easy to change the battery, it's low-noise, and it's true bypass. If there is one thing this wah lacks, it's an LED indicator light. This replaced an Ibanez Weeping Demon Jr. on my board (a pedal that had everything going for it except good tone) and sounds so good I actually use it. Before the Ibanez I briefly used a Morley Power Wah (junk) and before that, various Crybabys. Unless I get rich suddenly, the Wailer Wah is a keeper.
Electro-Harmonix Wailer Wah Wah Pedal
.The EHX Wah pedal is a great alternative to the standard, and more expensive wah pedals on the market. The frequency range is excellent and the product material is light weight. It is definitely not a high end pedal with fancy features, or voicing but it is a simple plug in and play wah. I would place its sonic capability around your standard cry baby, and with a wider tonal range compared to the cheaper wahs around the same price. Unlike other non-metal pedals this material does not feel like a cheap, flimsy plastic. I know some people do not like the plastic but it seems durable enough, and I prefer the weight saving aspect compared to the heavier metal materials other wahs are made out of. The only down side is the lack of an indicator light to inform you if the pedal is on or off. Just make sure to double check if your running off a 9V. I have it hooked up to my daisy chain power supply and it is apparent when it is on, so no complaints here.
Electro-Harmonix Wailer Wah Wah Pedal
.Gotta say, if you are looking for that real sound without the price tag , this is it my brotha's I've been around the block with wah's from the 60's to today. this is the lands end
Electro-Harmonix Wailer Wah Wah Pedal

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