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Excellent Wah!

ColorSound Wah WahPublished on 01/20/14 at 03:07
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Wah produced in the UK in the 70s ... vintage as they say.

Technology: Analog ...

Powered by a 9V battery only (no adapter 9V/100mA port).
If Garland effects can also connect to the spider via a coupler pressure 9V ... useful because the beast is greedy :)

Compared to most wah it weighs a feather! When one carries many small effects more ...

It becomes a volume pedal when inactive.

UTILIZATION

No (required) manual ... an "instrument" input, output "amp" plug jacks in the right direction and voila!

The race effect is very long but not progressive, but with a beautiful palette of shades. This wah is very expressive!

Extreme: the sound is muffled down (heel) and pretty...…
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Wah produced in the UK in the 70s ... vintage as they say.

Technology: Analog ...

Powered by a 9V battery only (no adapter 9V/100mA port).
If Garland effects can also connect to the spider via a coupler pressure 9V ... useful because the beast is greedy :)

Compared to most wah it weighs a feather! When one carries many small effects more ...

It becomes a volume pedal when inactive.

UTILIZATION

No (required) manual ... an "instrument" input, output "amp" plug jacks in the right direction and voila!

The race effect is very long but not progressive, but with a beautiful palette of shades. This wah is very expressive!

Extreme: the sound is muffled down (heel) and pretty shrill in the high position (end of stroke). Between the two, it is pure happiness!

SOUND QUALITY

Great for casseroles-funk on the basis of its clean.
If you like the sound style Shaft / Blaxploitation ... it is made for you!

I like a little less when coupled with overdrive / distortion, because getting a little shrill.

For solos, held in the high position, it gives a particular grain (light saturation + sustain).

Finally, in active mode I happened to catch the radio with :)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about 2 years.

For me the best wah I've ever played.
I played with Cry-Baby (newer models), and Tri-Vox Wah Rocktron.
Definitely, I care!

Pros: this model is by far the most expressive, very light.
It becomes a volume pedal when inactivated.

The -: its sometimes garish high position, then I have to adjust the tone knob on the guitar to balance the sound.
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  • Manufacturer: ColorSound
  • Model: Wah Wah
  • Category: Wah-Wah/Auto Wahs/Filters for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 10/22/2012

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