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  • yangounetyangounet

    it does the job

    Dunlop JH1 Jimi HendrixPublished on 02/04/13 at 07:29
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    wah wah!

    USE

    wah wah

    SOUND QUALITY

    Snn procxhe he one of the master, provided you have the good guitar, good amp, the fuzz and good equalizer. DE heads fawns she has character. must not be used to funk, but for good with his energetic rock destroy, made the very well

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    satisfied with this pedal purchased OCCAZ and delivers that need cutting edge and character to the sound.
  • yangounetyangounet

    It makes the job

    Dunlop JH1 Jimi HendrixPublished on 02/04/13 at 08:28
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    Colors the sound fairly hendrixienne (provided you have the strat, the amp, the fuzz and EQ ad hoc).

    UTILIZATION

    simplissime

    SOUND QUALITY

    Effect perfect for what it is supposed to do. it makes me laugh to see people hacking the bypass of pot etc on this pedal. All buy something else. This pedal is made to modify the sound in some way, and it does it very well;

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very satisfied. Purchased OCCAZ 60th qqu time ago and it did the job. this is not for the funk rock sound but a bit aggressive and screaming, it's perfect.
  • hotcothotcot

    a fiddle

    Dunlop JH1 Jimi HendrixPublished on 05/25/12 at 05:55
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    all is said ... in previous opinions

    UTILIZATION

    all is said also ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    home? bof ... spits the knob quickly, the bypass is filthy. I almost hesitate, and then I came across a forum or Audiofanzine they spoke of mounting a true bypass ... I searched, I ordered, I soldered (it's really simple) ...
    Voili Here, again more resistant knob, true bypass ... This pedal is now always on. And my goodness, it's nice ... but be careful to tinker imperative.

    OVERALL OPINION

    without modif: bof. lack of smoothness, cleanliness ...
    with mods: Well, it's nice.
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    all is said ... in previous opinions

    UTILIZATION

    all is said also ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    home? bof ... spits the knob quickly, the bypass is filthy. I almost hesitate, and then I came across a forum or Audiofanzine they spoke of mounting a true bypass ... I searched, I ordered, I soldered (it's really simple) ...
    Voili Here, again more resistant knob, true bypass ... This pedal is now always on. And my goodness, it's nice ... but be careful to tinker imperative.

    OVERALL OPINION

    without modif: bof. lack of smoothness, cleanliness ...
    with mods: Well, it's nice.
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  • MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

    Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah-Wah JH-1

    Dunlop JH1 Jimi HendrixPublished on 03/11/05 at 15:00
    For some time I'd wanted a wah pedal. In the shop they only had that and a Boss digital gadget. So obviously I picked the JH-1. Cost was about 180$.

    It's real sensitive. The control range is excellent. Has a very distinct juicy sound to it. Very versatile.

    Nothing really. Maybe a bit on the heavy side for carrying around. But that's the burdon of a guitarist.

    Building quality is top of the class. Very simple and rugged. When left at a random position the pedal will stay that way, not slipping down or anything.

    This thing is worth every penny and more! I was totally blown away when I first tried it. When you have a chance to buy it don't hesitate - this is a must have!

    This review was …
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    For some time I'd wanted a wah pedal. In the shop they only had that and a Boss digital gadget. So obviously I picked the JH-1. Cost was about 180$.

    It's real sensitive. The control range is excellent. Has a very distinct juicy sound to it. Very versatile.

    Nothing really. Maybe a bit on the heavy side for carrying around. But that's the burdon of a guitarist.

    Building quality is top of the class. Very simple and rugged. When left at a random position the pedal will stay that way, not slipping down or anything.

    This thing is worth every penny and more! I was totally blown away when I first tried it. When you have a chance to buy it don't hesitate - this is a must have!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/Nick U.MGR/Nick U.

    Jim Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah Wah Pedal JH-1

    Dunlop JH1 Jimi HendrixPublished on 03/26/04 at 15:00
    I ordered this accesory from the Dunlop company themselves. I purchased it because I needed a "wah wah" fix, and wanted something that hit the high price scale in wah pedals. I had been cosntantly hearing about Crybaby's, and was always recommended into buying one, but since I'm a serious Jimi Hendrix fan, and I was already playing Purple Haze and Voodoo Child at least once a day, I figured it'd be best for me. I payed $199 CDN (without taxes and shipping) for this wah pedal. It was a good price, for what I recieved.

    This wah pedal gives me what I need, the sound of a real wah pedal, near crybaby quality, but with a fuzz to give it that extra energy in treble. This wah pedal gives you…
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    I ordered this accesory from the Dunlop company themselves. I purchased it because I needed a "wah wah" fix, and wanted something that hit the high price scale in wah pedals. I had been cosntantly hearing about Crybaby's, and was always recommended into buying one, but since I'm a serious Jimi Hendrix fan, and I was already playing Purple Haze and Voodoo Child at least once a day, I figured it'd be best for me. I payed $199 CDN (without taxes and shipping) for this wah pedal. It was a good price, for what I recieved.

    This wah pedal gives me what I need, the sound of a real wah pedal, near crybaby quality, but with a fuzz to give it that extra energy in treble. This wah pedal gives you authentic sound of a pedal that Jimi Hendrix would actually play (though Jimi Hendrix actually played a Vox).

    The added treble can throw some musicians away from it. Unfortunately, if all you have is the wah pedal, and you're trying to use the wah pedal at a certain section of a song, and then decided to not use it, the added treble can make it sound really clangy, and ruin your experience. What would've been nice would have been a toggle, to turn the fuzz on or off, or turn the wah pedal off all together with a foot switch attached to the pedal.

    The quality of this wah pedal, construction wise and playability is excellent, there is nothing wrong with it. it's just what you're looking for if you want that authentic "wah wah"

    The bottom line, I recommend it, over a crybaby, if you're really looking for a good wah pedal, regardless if you play any of Jimi's songs or not.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • nickname009nickname009

    Dunlop JH1 Jimi HendrixPublished on 01/30/12 at 01:41
    I believe this model is the one I had, though it's a bit difficult to tell nowadays as they've been changing it up ever few years or so with new reivisions of which I think are pretty much the same thing, but the pictured one is the one I used to own. The characteristics of which were pretty damn similar to any regular wah out there, with no true bypass and maybe just a slightly tweaked sweep on the pot. Construction is the same as all, steel housing, heavy and sturdy.



    UTILIZATION

    Wahs are probably the 2nd or 3rd easiest pedals in the guitar world to ever use. Anybody can use it, you click it on with your foot and rock it back and forth to sweep the mid-range filter and get the…
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    I believe this model is the one I had, though it's a bit difficult to tell nowadays as they've been changing it up ever few years or so with new reivisions of which I think are pretty much the same thing, but the pictured one is the one I used to own. The characteristics of which were pretty damn similar to any regular wah out there, with no true bypass and maybe just a slightly tweaked sweep on the pot. Construction is the same as all, steel housing, heavy and sturdy.



    UTILIZATION

    Wahs are probably the 2nd or 3rd easiest pedals in the guitar world to ever use. Anybody can use it, you click it on with your foot and rock it back and forth to sweep the mid-range filter and get the crazy, and classic sounds you've heard on slight return ;)



    SOUND QUALITY

    Was this my first wah pedal? Yes. Did I get it cause it had jimi hendrix on it? Yes. Did it sound like hendrix? Not one single bit. I got it, played around with it and kept it around for a bit and eventually stopped using it. I eventually sold it only to try different wahs and of course never found the perfect one. I'm at the point where I know now that it doesn't matter what it sounds like, since all it really is, is just a midrange sweep! And every other wah out there is the same thing with a different sweep range.

    So this is a review in hindsight, which of course is better since I now have the knowledge and experience to back up my encounter with the pedal. I think if I still had it now I would've kept it for the rest of my guitar playing life and use it rightfully so without worry for reliability or tone as it sounds just as good as any other wah out there methinks. It's noisy too when engaged, which can be VERY usable by the way...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Your average wah, with Jimi's name on it. Nothing spectacular, and doesn't sound like anything from hendrix's records. I originally got it to try to emulate hendrix and eventually grew up and realized I will never sound like hendrix and so there's no point in trying and it's better to be myself and be my own player. Aside from all this, I did like the wah when I had it, didn't love it but didn't hate it. I find that most of the gear I have, if I have that type of feeling towards it, I end up keeping it longer than i do with gear I completely love. Weird...
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  • hotrollhotroll

    Dunlop JH1 Jimi HendrixPublished on 11/11/06 at 07:34
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    This is a wah wah pedals, an inlet, an outlet, a 9v battery or power supply for the rich! for the price elsewhere, included a power supply would not be denied! It looks solid, but it's a little plastic-even when ...

    UTILIZATION

    One branch, you press the switch point and we play! And that the race is s'apperoit the pedals is short, trs short, too ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Would have to explain ingnieurs Dunlop on which record they heard Hendrix play with a sound like a! is serious, serious trs, too ... It looks like we emput the fr consequences of all acute, high mdiums. Its clear we can find some sounds kind INTERESTED Morley, but the saturated Carment has enlve you gain! This…
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    This is a wah wah pedals, an inlet, an outlet, a 9v battery or power supply for the rich! for the price elsewhere, included a power supply would not be denied! It looks solid, but it's a little plastic-even when ...

    UTILIZATION

    One branch, you press the switch point and we play! And that the race is s'apperoit the pedals is short, trs short, too ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Would have to explain ingnieurs Dunlop on which record they heard Hendrix play with a sound like a! is serious, serious trs, too ... It looks like we emput the fr consequences of all acute, high mdiums. Its clear we can find some sounds kind INTERESTED Morley, but the saturated Carment has enlve you gain! This is the very first time that I hear has a wah, but hey, when you hold us marketting ... compare my old cry baby ... any dglingue not elsewhere you can not compare ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Blah, blah, blah ... little play on words with "Experience," I will never do that choice.
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  • mrbenoumrbenou

    Dunlop JH1 Jimi HendrixPublished on 04/25/07 at 04:18
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    Wah the metal box, but how strong!
    An inlet, an outlet, an outlet 9 v power supply: that of the classic
    very heavy therefore stable.

    UTILIZATION

    That's simple, you plug it plays and go!
    there if you plug the battery that you can lose a little time
    the race is relatively precise and the effect must be well balanced

    SOUND QUALITY

    So in light of the criticisms already established, I can tell you that I am not quite agree ...
    It's true that it does not shine a classic cry baby but config hendrix (+ marshall + fuzz good volume so), I find it quite convincing!
    as a loss of earnings, I have not seen on my stuff.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years now,…
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    Wah the metal box, but how strong!
    An inlet, an outlet, an outlet 9 v power supply: that of the classic
    very heavy therefore stable.

    UTILIZATION

    That's simple, you plug it plays and go!
    there if you plug the battery that you can lose a little time
    the race is relatively precise and the effect must be well balanced

    SOUND QUALITY

    So in light of the criticisms already established, I can tell you that I am not quite agree ...
    It's true that it does not shine a classic cry baby but config hendrix (+ marshall + fuzz good volume so), I find it quite convincing!
    as a loss of earnings, I have not seen on my stuff.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years now, on a set rather seventies, she is doing well for a first wah, it can very quickly learn the finesse of movement necessary for this purpose to obtain the desired shades.
    purchased from ocaz, I had to change the knob causes a permanent crackling but since then she answers each call and this was no background noise.
    I am preparing to sell to gain more typical funk but given the low rating of this pedal, the choice would be the same if I was playing as hendrix.
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  • kalikzenkalikzen

    Dunlop JH1 Jimi HendrixPublished on 06/10/07 at 11:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Wah wah basic.
    Input / Output Jack
    Alim 9V jack
    Very solid metal case, no worries on that side.

    UTILIZATION

    It is pressed to turn it on, you move your foot up and down to use it, it's easy.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I was given this pedal a year ago and a half, she has at least 10 years.
    After review and repair (45 €), I had my first wah wah.
    Sound very serious, very fat.
    The switch is very hard on my pedal must be pressed very hard to turn it on, but hey, with the usual fine.
    I noticed a slight loss of gain when used and the bypass is not very effective, the pedal slightly alters the sound of the guitar when not lit.

    But now my pot is dead, it crachouille in all …
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    Wah wah basic.
    Input / Output Jack
    Alim 9V jack
    Very solid metal case, no worries on that side.

    UTILIZATION

    It is pressed to turn it on, you move your foot up and down to use it, it's easy.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I was given this pedal a year ago and a half, she has at least 10 years.
    After review and repair (45 €), I had my first wah wah.
    Sound very serious, very fat.
    The switch is very hard on my pedal must be pressed very hard to turn it on, but hey, with the usual fine.
    I noticed a slight loss of gain when used and the bypass is not very effective, the pedal slightly alters the sound of the guitar when not lit.

    But now my pot is dead, it crachouille in all directions, waiting to buy one for re-use this pedal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year and a half.
    I love the sound, very bold and serious, I'm also a great guitarist Funk, I m'accomode perfect its sound to play.
    She excels in the old school blues.
    For me, the value for money is excellent, as I have not paid: P

    If I had bought, I think I would have turned to a Vox Cry Baby or different.
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  • AïgAAïgA

    Dunlop JH1 Jimi HendrixPublished on 11/17/08 at 10:30
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    must be 15 years since I have mine. except for some paint chips and knob changed several times, the stuff is good, and I Brutalis few times!
    the sound is all there is more classic, albeit a little more runny than normal cry. qd but I bought it I was not too much the difference, now a little more ...

    UTILIZATION

    presents I'm using it to open the horse and scenes as I use when I play pdalier group (15 + practice pedals), so ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Apart from the price of knobs that followed ptrole inflation remains a goddamn pedal that sounds and robustness flawless.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Only BMOL, as classic as the pedal: CASC battery. but less to forget to unplug the…
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    must be 15 years since I have mine. except for some paint chips and knob changed several times, the stuff is good, and I Brutalis few times!
    the sound is all there is more classic, albeit a little more runny than normal cry. qd but I bought it I was not too much the difference, now a little more ...

    UTILIZATION

    presents I'm using it to open the horse and scenes as I use when I play pdalier group (15 + practice pedals), so ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Apart from the price of knobs that followed ptrole inflation remains a goddamn pedal that sounds and robustness flawless.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Only BMOL, as classic as the pedal: CASC battery. but less to forget to unplug the jack, turns all the same not every day.

    I would do if this election, yes, because even when still quite versatile.
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