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Ibanez Tone-Lok WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal

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The Ibanez WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal from the Tone-Lok Series will have your audience screaming for more with its shrieks, cries, wails, and seductive siren songs. Among its features are spring and normal footboard action, selectable wah range, and fine tuning controls.

On the outside, Tone-Lok effects are equipped with the Ibanez exclusive "set and forget" Push-Lok rotary pots. Push the knobs down and your tone settings lock securely inside the case-no more lost settings or broken knobs.

On the inside, Tone-Lok pedals feature hi-fidelity components carefully tweaked with the constant input from a new generation of Ibanez players. And all this great stuff comes encased in cool looking, road-tough metal boxes at prices the working player can afford.

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Been playing since I was a Kid and I'm 47 now.
I've played on a lot of wah pedals over the years, and own quite a few , but THIS one is the best I ever had by far.
What sold me was the Auto-mode.
Yes, there is a bit of latency and if you keep your foot on the pedal without moving it , the pedal will stop the wah function.
Here's what I like about this pedal compared to a Morley or Cry-baby.

The CB adds volume. Which might be cool for a solo.
This has adjustable volume.
The Morley can adjust FQ range via bending the photo cells, but it's a pain.
ANd the morley seems bulky underfoot to me.
Plus, I have to keep adjusting the tension on my old Morley.

What I like about the WD& is,..
Totally adjustable.
FQ range, volume and tension.
This has adjustable volume.
And is also switchable to " normal " footswitch operation
Feels good under foot!
Seems to be built well, but we'll see.

The only things that would make this pedal cooler, was if it was also a volume pedal, and you were able to store presets.
If it had that, it would be the ultimate. ( albeit , expensive. But worth it !)

There IS a slight latency in auto-mode.
But it's a WAH pedal, and in a live situation,it'll go unnoticed. ( I actually like it! )
For any lead guitarist that wants to have one less switch to click when he's playing live, ( and singing ).
I recomend this pedal.
It will make your job easier.
And it's not expensive.
Ibanez Tone-Lok WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal
.This pedal has been on my board for 8 years through countless gigs and rehearsals, I don't play without it! I use the Auto-On feature almost exclusively and love how you can dial in the delay for how fast the pedal shuts off when you take your foot off. I found it very easy to dial in my favorite sound, and the Tone-Lok controls ensure that I'll never lose it. I've had all kinds of stuff spilled on it, played it hard and it has never missed a beat. Great pedal!!!
Ibanez Tone-Lok WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal
.This product is awesome. There are lots of tone options, and as previous commenters have said, you just have to dial it in. However, don't let the metal exterior of the product fool you. It seems durable, but inside the unit there are plastic components that broke on my unit in the middle of a gig. The pedal only works when the pedal is in its upright position. This pedal is connected to springs and plastic components. After about 2-3 years of gigs, a plastic piece inside the pedal broke and now the unit is useless. This plastic piece keeps the pedal upright. So, in essence, now that that the pedal doesn't stay upright, its always engaged. Yes there is a rugged exterior. Unfortunately, the same is not also true of the arguably more important interior. Now I'm debating on simply buying a new weeping demon or switching back over to Morley.
Ibanez Tone-Lok WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal
.I'm very satisfied with the product. It feels very solid, and I can't really complain about anything.
Sounds are very flexible. Aside from the 3 Tone Lock knobs, there are 2 more below the pedal. Turning off the pedal is done by the bypass switch (which also serves as the battery compartment) on the right side of the wah pedal (so learning how to heel-toe can be useful on this pedal). The wah pedal can also be set to return automatically via a lever beside it
The softer parts (namely, the 2 knobs below the pedal) are not exposed. Most of the components are made of metal. The top of the wah pedal is not made of non-slip rubber, but when wearing shoes, my foot doesn't slip away.
Value may depend from person to person, but when I compared the WD7 beside other products, it feels like a steal with it's feature set and solid build.
Ibanez Tone-Lok WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal
. Overall I say buy it.It can copy any wah sound you just have to dial it in but buy the adapter its worth it.
The Tone-Lok Nobs are great they push in so no worrying about breaking or accidentally changing them.One thing you must know is this is a varible wah so it can copy a large range of sounds from metallica too Guns & Roses it can copy the sound you just have to dial it in.
the body,switch and pedal are made of metal and feels extremely durable.
The only problem i have is that it eats batterys it last about 4 hours so i would buy a adapter cause when you add up the cost its worth it
Ibanez Tone-Lok WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal
.This is the most adjustable WAH on the market. The level, Q, Register, Frequency, Range, Pedal Drag, Spring Pressure and if the unit is spring return or not. The sound quality is very good and is easily shaped and tailored to your tone. It is also a large heavy pedal. I think it use to be the gas pedal from a tank.
Ibanez Tone-Lok WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal
.I wanted a wah pedal that could do a lot of sounds and this thing is perfect for my needs. Its very versatile and with the controls you can dial in a ton of cool sounds.It has a normal and low switch that effects the wahs tonal range and a fine range control to tweak it even more. With a stomp switch and an automatic mode you can adjust it to your playing style easily. All and all a great pedal for a great price, just spend your time tweaking it and getting familiar with the controls and you'll be good to go.
Ibanez Tone-Lok WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal
. Not only the best wah Ive owned but one of the best pedals Ive ever used. This thing rocks it can be used for guitar or bass when switched to the bass setting, it has tone lok knobs which keep your settings dailed in, also can be used manually or as an auto on /off
Many usable features more than any wah Ive used before.
Built to last, Metal construction takes abuse and after three years of hard use nothing is loose
Competetively priced and this bad boy can be dailed in to sound like most wahs on the market today
Ibanez Tone-Lok WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal
.I do like that it's completely customizable, but I just can't seem to get it to sound quite like the Crybaby that I so enjoyed. Maybe I just haven't found the right settings yet, but it just doesn't do it for me like the Crybaby did.Overall, it's not bad.
Ibanez Tone-Lok WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal
.This isnt a stomp on it and hope it turns on kinda wah, as soon as you pitch the pedal forward, it automatically turns on, when you get one you will see how far ahead this pedal is in features and technology.very smooth and very cool to hear the wah come out of the amp you are using. Out of all the wahs on the market,I purchased this one,and i could'nt be happier. G
More features than any wah made, you can tweak this thing til the cows come home, I am not experienced using wahs all that much, but this thing sounds and works great helping you sound like a pro.
very sturdy
tremendous value, compared to all the options you have on this pedal
Ibanez Tone-Lok WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal

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