Budda has updated and improved the Budwah.
- Military-grade, sealed potentiometer
- Switch with improved duty cycle
- Wiring with RF shielding, and hand soldered connections, double-reinforced with commercial-grade adhesive
- Case for enhanced stability in live performance
- New battery compartment with door and battery cradle
The Budwah’s popularity comes from its use of a custom inductor voice that produces the midrange honk of vintage wahs without the top-end harshness, the company says. At bass settings, the Budwah’s tone is said to be thick without losing note clarity. When accentuating the highs, a selected roll-off frequency ensures the Budwah isn’t piercing. The Budwah’s tight and focused tone sweep is said to produce an outstanding vocal-like quality. Circuitry features a hard-wire bypass; custom coil inductor inspired by the vintage Fasel inductor; full-ground plane board for noiseless operation; and a beefy, reliable switch.
For more, visit www.budda.com.
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