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Budda Budwah [2010-Current]
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  • Disappointment !!!

    Budda Budwah [2010-Current]Published on 11/24/11 at 15:25
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    Bought new in the USA, by correspondence, the board had an incredible game. C'tait particulirement Gnant. I t oblig any disassemble and tweak the joint with the gaffer for it arranges. Opration renewed from time to time depending on the frquence use. In short, UNACCEPTABLE.
    The knob has crachouill after 6 months! No trssrieux!
    By opening the interior, one discovers that cblages really are not terrible, not related to the price in all cases. Moreover, reading the opinion prcdent, I feel that we do not mean the same object! In short, the Made in China in all its splendor.


    USE

    A classic wah, nothing more to add.

    SOUND QUALITY

    True-bypass nickel.
    The signal is therefore......
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    Bought new in the USA, by correspondence, the board had an incredible game. C'tait particulirement Gnant. I t oblig any disassemble and tweak the joint with the gaffer for it arranges. Opration renewed from time to time depending on the frquence use. In short, UNACCEPTABLE.
    The knob has crachouill after 6 months! No trssrieux!
    By opening the interior, one discovers that cblages really are not terrible, not related to the price in all cases. Moreover, reading the opinion prcdent, I feel that we do not mean the same object! In short, the Made in China in all its splendor.


    USE

    A classic wah, nothing more to add.

    SOUND QUALITY

    True-bypass nickel.
    The signal is therefore boost an output level supplmentaire prvoir.
    Scanning is trsrgulier and very good.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I t trsdu because for the price, I mattendais something of flavou this is not the case. I guess I have not had luck with my copy, but when same is trsdcevant. Probably an exposure model that is expdi This proves to me even when it is a model that can very wrong age. Fortunately, the sound is good (if saccommode of boost).
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  • Anonymous

    Wahooo!

    Budda Budwah [2010-Current]Published on 12/11/13 at 15:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Analog wah pedal designed in the United States by Budda Amplification (Peavey) but made in China.
    1 stereo 1/4 "input jack and 1 1/4" output.
    Powered by 9V battery or external 9V power supply.
    "True Bypass"
    The side of the modified base of the Darlington transistor (MPSA13) with respect to the previous version (violet) electronic circuit.
    Very stable.

    UTILIZATION

    The pedal comes with an Allen key to be able to adjust the hardness (see instructions in French Tips & Tricks).
    It is true that the switch is a little stiff and can not snap that up.
    On my pedal, the clicking of the switch is hardly audible and does not bother me.
    Attention to small hatch lock the battery, I......
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    Analog wah pedal designed in the United States by Budda Amplification (Peavey) but made in China.
    1 stereo 1/4 "input jack and 1 1/4" output.
    Powered by 9V battery or external 9V power supply.
    "True Bypass"
    The side of the modified base of the Darlington transistor (MPSA13) with respect to the previous version (violet) electronic circuit.
    Very stable.

    UTILIZATION

    The pedal comes with an Allen key to be able to adjust the hardness (see instructions in French Tips & Tricks).
    It is true that the switch is a little stiff and can not snap that up.
    On my pedal, the clicking of the switch is hardly audible and does not bother me.
    Attention to small hatch lock the battery, I broke mine on, closing the door. The rest really solid.
    Quiet operation.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Everything is in the title: I wanted above all a wah that is not screaming, not aggressive, I'm thrilled.
    With Budwah it is round.
    Beautiful sound, very warm!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month, this is my first wah.
    What I like most: the sound. Not to mention it still has the mouth this wah, others are bland side.
    Quality / price ratio: it is still very expensive. Even used in France, its price is higher than the new United States.
    If I do it again this choice? Yes, but I do not buy new.
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  • not bad at all

    Budda Budwah [2010-Current]Published on 03/01/13 at 19:31
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    wha made in china. Beautiful object, solid, non-slip floor

    out in

    a real true bypass, 9v power supply up.

    UTILIZATION

    His only flaw: it can not be switched while seated, but hey it bends to lose some calories.

    .

    SOUND QUALITY

    A modern filtered signal, do not expect to get something else;



    The two worlds, vintage and modern, are complementary within its means and needs.

    Like its robustness and its grain, simply

    OVERALL OPINION

    four months of daily use.

    J'ètais accustomed to vintage wha before the budda not traumatized me, though.

    I like the curve, the middle.

    150 euros used to rebuild ...
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    wha made in china. Beautiful object, solid, non-slip floor

    out in

    a real true bypass, 9v power supply up.

    UTILIZATION

    His only flaw: it can not be switched while seated, but hey it bends to lose some calories.

    .

    SOUND QUALITY

    A modern filtered signal, do not expect to get something else;



    The two worlds, vintage and modern, are complementary within its means and needs.

    Like its robustness and its grain, simply

    OVERALL OPINION

    four months of daily use.

    J'ètais accustomed to vintage wha before the budda not traumatized me, though.

    I like the curve, the middle.

    150 euros used to rebuild
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  • really annoying little click when even

    Budda Budwah [2010-Current]Published on 03/02/13 at 09:51
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    Wha a beautiful and distinguished purple skirt and rocker nickel-chromium and carpeted caoutchouc.Lourde stable.Bien normally designed for a foot up.
    Feeding easier. Input jacks and output and beefy fermes.Bascule fluid and well balanced ....
    A true bypass which really does not seem true, however. Not a problem for me.

    UTILIZATION

    Only problem: the sofa well annoying. See below

    SOUND QUALITY

    Wha excellent, balanced sound, never aggressive: music before anything else.
    Not perhaps quite acute, some say ... But no ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I wha this long enough, and I confirm the criticism that Tina Arkos formula: get the rocker with too much enthusiasm invariably leads to......
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    Wha a beautiful and distinguished purple skirt and rocker nickel-chromium and carpeted caoutchouc.Lourde stable.Bien normally designed for a foot up.
    Feeding easier. Input jacks and output and beefy fermes.Bascule fluid and well balanced ....
    A true bypass which really does not seem true, however. Not a problem for me.

    UTILIZATION

    Only problem: the sofa well annoying. See below

    SOUND QUALITY

    Wha excellent, balanced sound, never aggressive: music before anything else.
    Not perhaps quite acute, some say ... But no ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I wha this long enough, and I confirm the criticism that Tina Arkos formula: get the rocker with too much enthusiasm invariably leads to touch her inside the top of the metal switch, despite the thin pad Felt supposed to buffer against this "knock on acceleration." Or he must control his movement every time, but this constraint spoils the pleasure of using the object whose sound qualities (linear change of the signal clean , no noise, no breath, no jerking, no holes, beautiful "whaaaa" wide open but not garish) and the musical balance, however, are remarkable. The simplest solution is to remove switch and replace it after, underneath, topped the threaded portion of a few shims, spacers that will reduce its height and put it out of reach of shock at the end of the race. Some washers but not too much, so still allow engagement of wha forced by pressing the rocker. This is to prevent the use of option ultimate sacrilege and iconoclasm (the trick maso .. Although .. .) hole drilled in the sheet diam.13mm of the rocker to leave the head exceed the limit switch ...
    It is surprising that this design flaw apparently minor but actually very annoying, remains on such an object, while for the rest the build quality is very good.
    That said, I have the previous version: the default may have been corrected in the new version of Office?
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  • Attractive

    Budda Budwah [2010-Current]Published on 02/26/13 at 09:33
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    Pedal very well thought out, hatch to battery (without unscrewing the plate) 9v jack plate which fits into the pedal, pedal built in a block very heavy and sturdy chrome. A look killer! Short! Big seduction!

    UTILIZATION

    In use, there is one thing that grated on me grapes is that limit (toggle down) it touches the switch triggering a little "click" routine! Short! Annoying! And what about the long inter?
    You can adjust the hardness of the scale so that it remains in position or otherwise it descends.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Before buying I had three pedals pogne following:
    1 - Handwired Vox V846
    2 - RMC Joe Walsh wah picture found fault
    3 - The Buddha
    To begin I removed the Vox......
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    Pedal very well thought out, hatch to battery (without unscrewing the plate) 9v jack plate which fits into the pedal, pedal built in a block very heavy and sturdy chrome. A look killer! Short! Big seduction!

    UTILIZATION

    In use, there is one thing that grated on me grapes is that limit (toggle down) it touches the switch triggering a little "click" routine! Short! Annoying! And what about the long inter?
    You can adjust the hardness of the scale so that it remains in position or otherwise it descends.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Before buying I had three pedals pogne following:
    1 - Handwired Vox V846
    2 - RMC Joe Walsh wah picture found fault
    3 - The Buddha
    To begin I removed the Vox too "clinical" for me.
    Between the other two immediately wins the Budda wah with a colorful and well ... organic or orgasmic for the hottest :) The RMC is beautiful and precise with a flawless finish (I removed both and it's RMC top level finishing, Budda is a little off) and p'is Real Mc Coy is the legend ... but still good! Is not shit when you get back on the Buddha, it is more kiffante. It is a bit less clean but so much more beautiful!

    OVERALL OPINION

    In the end I did not take any of the three because of that little "click" broken candy! But I had a crush on the Buddha and said qu'j'y not come back.
    Short! If J'voulais m'lancer in a parody perilous "Back to the Future", it would be:
    - "But then .... All these stories about the risks of inter ... burn the Continuum space Wah ...
    - "Well, I told myself, it is in balance!"
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  • Excellent! THE BEST!

    Budda Budwah [2010-Current]Published on 02/07/13 at 18:24
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    Everything has been said before on notice, wonderful wah pedal with a real true bypass, also of just the light and realize that the sound is not altered.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple just plug in to support strongly enough on the pedal and it engages.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are they effective, responsive and realistic enough?


    Beautiful, I have to try a lot of wah wah guitar and being reggae n I can not find a wah that was not "shrill", and that is expressed smooth, creamy and perfect for this style (to my taste)


    Which instruments do you use?


    I use a telecaster mex 1960 and an amp peavey classic 30

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long have you been using?

    For over 6 months and it......
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    Everything has been said before on notice, wonderful wah pedal with a real true bypass, also of just the light and realize that the sound is not altered.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple just plug in to support strongly enough on the pedal and it engages.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effects are they effective, responsive and realistic enough?


    Beautiful, I have to try a lot of wah wah guitar and being reggae n I can not find a wah that was not "shrill", and that is expressed smooth, creamy and perfect for this style (to my taste)


    Which instruments do you use?


    I use a telecaster mex 1960 and an amp peavey classic 30

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long have you been using?

    For over 6 months and it always fills me with so much!

    Did you try many other models before buying it?

    Yes cry baby, vox etc ... i have spent all alone RMC can rival the limit but to me it is the best!


    What is so special that you like most and least?

    The +: Design beautiful
    The -: Weight in a pedalboard

    How do you rate the quality / price?

    Excellent it is worth its price

    With experience, you do again this choice? .

    Without hesitation!
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  • Best Wah I think

    Budda Budwah [2010-Current]Published on 01/29/11 at 09:33
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    So it's a wah-wah upscale manufactured by Buddha in the United States, equipped with a true-bypass via a hard-wire bypass, all built with high quality components.
    It was therefore of course the output and input jack for guitar and amp, it was also the compartment beneath the pedal to accommodate a 9V battery (fournie!), and plug for the AC adapter.
    Level design is the best wah on the market in my opinion, chrome body-form and assembled components with finesse, while remaining sober, faithful to the brand, class.
    It's always hard to put a first foot on this subject as they press for printing on an artifact of superior quality!
    PS: The top rubber may be a bit dirty, predict what turn......
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    So it's a wah-wah upscale manufactured by Buddha in the United States, equipped with a true-bypass via a hard-wire bypass, all built with high quality components.
    It was therefore of course the output and input jack for guitar and amp, it was also the compartment beneath the pedal to accommodate a 9V battery (fournie!), and plug for the AC adapter.
    Level design is the best wah on the market in my opinion, chrome body-form and assembled components with finesse, while remaining sober, faithful to the brand, class.
    It's always hard to put a first foot on this subject as they press for printing on an artifact of superior quality!
    PS: The top rubber may be a bit dirty, predict what turn the dust if you like to keep your pedal to 200 € capitalized), chromium takes for his fingerprints, but nothing terrible.

    UTILIZATION

    Ultra-simple, silent and not activation of c-gnashing breaks ****** s, and requiring some sort of oil to keep the wheels (CryBaby), the inductor winding custom is very well balanced and will not disappoint.
    Very good use so we can quibble but regret that the activation, although silent, needs to be on good times, if you are sitting, standing, no problem.


    SOUND QUALITY

    Treble sweet, unlike some CryBaby (I have in my possession) that displays sharp and sometimes nasty tone if you have too much gain or treble.
    Bass thick and warm, all of which can adapt to any style (blues, rock, hard rock, funk and even metal) without disappoint a tone too high or an accentuation of the wah effect.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Finally, a great wah pedal, but as I mentioned a few minor flaws almost imaginary as they are insignificant, it does not dislodge from the rule "nothing is perfect."
    Suitable for all types of music and futuristic high-end, it is for me the best wah on the market and most flexible (after trying Crybaby Slash, Kirk Hammett, Zakk Wylde, and VOX).
    Definitely not disappointed
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