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«  For Pink Floyd fans, but not only ... »

Published on 08/07/12 at 11:00
Wah fixed position, or seagull effect.
This is the famous "cries of seagulls" Echoes of Pink Floyd.

All analog, true bypass.
For the connections, found the IN / OUT, an input for an expression pedal, and what 9v supply (also works with battery).

Handmade, the work looks clean, be box is a little cheap, but it should be noted that the markings are made of a phosphor: it glows in the dark!
The knob itself is covered with this material.
It does absolutely nothing, but it is original!

UTILIZATION

Operation is simple: you plug it activates the WAH, bypass, and we control the effect with the Tone knob on the guitar.
WARNING: this only works with simple microphones, and the effect must be placed at the start of string, or else contain only true bypass pedals in front!

It is possible to have the same result with a Wah connected in reverse (the guitar in the OUT and IN Wah Wah in the IN From the amp.
Except that, no need to look for rewiring.

It is also possible to obtain a fixed wah.
The idea is ingenious!

SOUND QUALITY

Nothing to say about the quality of the effect, it works!
I already tested with a Wah connected in reverse, the result is identical.

OVERALL OPINION

This model is to my knowledge unique.
But the effect has been known ... David Gilmour has invented.

To summarize, this is absolutely not an indispensable, far from it.
But it had its effect on the Pink Floyd fans, but also the rest of the audience, provided they do not abuse it.

I find its practical use, and the original effect, even in its aesthetic, it changes the pedals fuzz or distortion ...

In short, I recommend it, but its price is to my taste a bit high ...
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