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  • MGR/Brian JohnstonMGR/Brian Johnston

    Diverse Setup Options and Ultra-Clear Signal

    G-Lab WW-1 Wowee-WahPublished on 02/28/19 at 02:22
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    Some wahs have a growl or dirt to them, which is fine, but I found with the Wowee-Wah is how it stood out in the mix due to its great clarity. Certainly its non-potentiometer photo element has much to do with it; as well as its increased voltage wiring (to prevent distortion). But another big factor is the ability to customize your wah sound. This is important since what works well with a clean tone may not be best with a high-gain tone; likewise, what wah quality is best for some crunch rhythm may not be ideal for lead playing in a higher registry. The ability to customize your tone by givi…
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    Some wahs have a growl or dirt to them, which is fine, but I found with the Wowee-Wah is how it stood out in the mix due to its great clarity. Certainly its non-potentiometer photo element has much to do with it; as well as its increased voltage wiring (to prevent distortion). But another big factor is the ability to customize your wah sound. This is important since what works well with a clean tone may not be best with a high-gain tone; likewise, what wah quality is best for some crunch rhythm may not be ideal for lead playing in a higher registry. The ability to customize your tone by giving it more or less bass (deeper wah tone), to keep the wah shallow or deep, whether there’s an increase or decrease in the wah boosting (Q Factor) and how loud you want your wah in the signal is both impressive and versatile to meet the needs of just about every wah user. When set for the biggest sweep, most depth and range/boost the Wowee-Wah ranges from typical to good. I heard and experienced larger sweeps, although sometimes that results in a very deep growl wah that sounds a touch muddy. Nonetheless, a feature of this wah is that it takes very little foot movement to create a wah tone (due to the photo element vs. a potentiometer).

    OVERALL IMPRESSION:
    G-Lab obviously selected a good name for a Wah that is so diverse and so clear in the mix. There is a lot of quality in this wah, including its all steel structure (with rubber foot pads and base feet), the photo element (rather than a potentiometer that wears) true bypass function that necessitates smaller resistance-to-motion for smaller effort and greater reliability, its fully analog circuit with increased voltage (which decreases distortion and lowers noise level), its battery on/off switch (if powering by battery) and its front light indicators for easy finding on a dark stage. Although the overall quality of the Wowee-Wah is impressive, there are a number of external switch elements that allow you to shape the sound of the wah and relative to your gear and the tone you’re trying to create. G-Lab provides guidance as to how to switch among lower- and higher-intensity settings when working with clean, crunch or high-gain tones, although you can adjust any of those parameters as desired and to your own liking. The Wowee-Wah allows control of the boosting of the resonance (how strong the wah sounds), how broad a sweep you hear and also if you want more high-end or low-end resonance to be heard. On top of that, you can select a classic mode (wah shuts off when treadle is all the way down) or touch mode (the wah only activates when you step on the treadle). Those are a lot of features in a wah for 198 Euro and a very reasonable price considering.

    GENERAL USE:
    There are a number of elements in the Wowee-Wah’s operation. First, there is a battery on/off switch. And so, if powering by battery you need to turn the pedal on (turning it off means you preserve battery life without having to unplug your guitar from the IN connector every time you’re not playing or not wanting to use the Wowee-Wah). Second, there are two modes of operation (switch located near the side of the treadle). The SWITCH mode operates like a classic wah, and shuts off when the treadle is all the way down. In TOUCH mode the treadle can be in any position and the wah does not activate unless placing your foot (there is pressure) on the treadle. If you want to park the Wowee-Wah and use a particular tone for some rhythm or lead, then obviously it needs to be on SWITCH mode.

    Now we get to the part where you can customize your wah tone. Obviously you can set the Wowee-Wah and use it for any application you wish, and there is a particular setting that mimics a typical and classic type of wah. However, if you want subtle or more extreme wah settings, and based on whether the tone is clean, crunch or high-gain, then you have options to customize a wah sound. Fortunately G-Lab has provided suggestions in its manual (that can be altered) that tend to work best in both low-intensity and high-intensity conditions when working with clean, crunch and high-gain gear settings. These are presented in the demo video, and so I will not belabor the six different applications here. Suffice to say that the differences are changes in the degree of sweep, the degree of high-end or low-end of the resonance and the boost or strength of the resonance. It takes a little getting used to, but it’s easy to zero in on combinations you like and it only seconds to ‘switch’ parameters.

    OTHER DETAILS:
    Standard weight and size at 1.4 kg (3 lbs) and 25 (l) x 9.9 (w) x 8.5 (h) cm or 9.8 x 3.9 x 3.3 inches, the Wowee-wah is made of steel, both powder coated (base) and stainless, which accounts for its solid weight and build. The top of the treadle has two rubber pads for secure footing. The bottom has rubber feet to prevent slippage when used, but there also are two pre-drilled holes in the base if you wanted to affix the Wowee-Wah to a pedalboard. Its use of a photo element, as opposed to a potentiometer, means smooth and reliable action without the wearing of any pots. There are two front LED lights to easily find the Wowee-Wah on a dark stage. It has a power supply ‘switching off function’ that protects from accidental battery discharging after unplugging the cable jack IN connector (and you don’t have to unplug your guitar if using a battery and when not playing). There are six switches to allow for various settings, all of which have a solid click and are low profile enough that they will not catch or be prone to breakage. The Wowee-Wah works on a typical 9VDC regulated power supply and only requires 10mA consumption. Finally, like any good wah, you can adjust the resistance to motion so that the Wowee-Wah’s treadle is a bit stiffer or looser in use by adjusting its spring set screw.
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  • KountchKountch

    Super wah wah!

    G-Lab WW-1 Wowee-WahPublished on 12/06/13 at 13:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Glab offers a wah-wah pedal that is for me one of the best thought:
    - Started by simple contact pad or classic mode
    - Analog pedal
    - True bypass
    - Optical Technology
    - Sound tuning via 4 small switches (low bass Q factor, deep and volume).

    UTILIZATION

    The use is very simple compared to a more "classic" pedal was the possibility of modulating the sound (see below).
    Triggering via the contact pad has for me revolutionized the use of the wah-wah: it is simple and super efficient (I had so many problems trigger switches see switches that become HS and must be replaced with wah_wah "classic").
    Both allow more small LED to indicate whether the effect is enabled or not, wh…
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    Glab offers a wah-wah pedal that is for me one of the best thought:
    - Started by simple contact pad or classic mode
    - Analog pedal
    - True bypass
    - Optical Technology
    - Sound tuning via 4 small switches (low bass Q factor, deep and volume).

    UTILIZATION

    The use is very simple compared to a more "classic" pedal was the possibility of modulating the sound (see below).
    Triggering via the contact pad has for me revolutionized the use of the wah-wah: it is simple and super efficient (I had so many problems trigger switches see switches that become HS and must be replaced with wah_wah "classic").
    Both allow more small LED to indicate whether the effect is enabled or not, which is super convenient.
    Finally switch mode (typical use) you activate the effect by pushing the pedal, thereby letting in a fixed position for use as a filter.
    The only button that has no use to me is the on / off switch to off because there is no sound (even off effect) and I always disconnect the pedal when I finished playing.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The different settings of switches not allow a lot of sound variations, which makes finding sounds suitable for different configuration games (clear sound, rhythm, solo). The volume switch (+ 3dB) is super useful for a solo with distortion for example.
    We must recognize that the sounds are still modern and some may find them cold or not having the grain of a vintage pedal. In my case, it suits me perfectly (although I admit that in the long I almost always use the same setting).
    Finally, the true bypass is for me an essential element.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Frankly, I do not understand why this pedal is not more widespread ...
    I bought it by mail after reading the reviews more than positive and I was not disappointed.
    This is a wah-wah practical, efficient, robust and versatile. No more problems latching effect (movement of the pedal in a vacuum because the effect has not been activated, an effect that remains on because the switch does not work well, switch to change ... ).
    It has no default for me but some may accuse him of not having the particular grain of some vintage pedals.
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  • jimalejimale

    Wah wow! ....

    G-Lab WW-1 Wowee-WahPublished on 11/29/13 at 06:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See all the details below, it is very complete :)
    Robust pedal super Polish manufacturing. Certainly impressive but not so bad I think. In any case we do not fear him "walk" above. She looks built to last.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use. Not really need a manual. But be careful when you pedal ranks after the rehearsal or concert, the settings buttons positioned on the side can unruly but nothing too bad.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The different settings without changing the sound drastically are still quite effective. Very good clear sound, the Wowee goes well with the OD, distortion and modulation. With a Fender Twin sound is great. What is especially great about this pedal is the…
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    See all the details below, it is very complete :)
    Robust pedal super Polish manufacturing. Certainly impressive but not so bad I think. In any case we do not fear him "walk" above. She looks built to last.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use. Not really need a manual. But be careful when you pedal ranks after the rehearsal or concert, the settings buttons positioned on the side can unruly but nothing too bad.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The different settings without changing the sound drastically are still quite effective. Very good clear sound, the Wowee goes well with the OD, distortion and modulation. With a Fender Twin sound is great. What is especially great about this pedal is the stealth wah side that is activated with a simple swipe. I did not notice any difference in sound activated effect or not, another good point

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 or 4 years already and I'm still satisfied. It makes the job very well as they say and I think the value for money very correct. I think if she had let me go I would reiterate another because it has become indispensable to me.
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  • PtoshPtosh

    G-Lab WW-1 Wowee-WahPublished on 02/09/12 at 00:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Wah little known and yet ...

    functions:
    Bass / Hi & Low: low-frequency attenuation (classic wah) or not
    Deep / Hi & Low: controls the intensity of the filter
    Fact Q / Hi & Low: increases the resonance effect on low frequencies.
    Flight / Hi & Low: controls the output signal (increase of 3.5 dB)
    TOUCH function on / off. The effect starts when the foot lands on the pedal and turns off when in removal. So it can come into the middle of race, low or high position.
    optical technology (hence more crachotte knob that ...)
    and finally .... it's ugly, but fortunately nothing serious for her ... ;-)

    there is also the same pedal for bass and one with a MIDI connection.

    UTILIZAT…
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    Wah little known and yet ...

    functions:
    Bass / Hi & Low: low-frequency attenuation (classic wah) or not
    Deep / Hi & Low: controls the intensity of the filter
    Fact Q / Hi & Low: increases the resonance effect on low frequencies.
    Flight / Hi & Low: controls the output signal (increase of 3.5 dB)
    TOUCH function on / off. The effect starts when the foot lands on the pedal and turns off when in removal. So it can come into the middle of race, low or high position.
    optical technology (hence more crachotte knob that ...)
    and finally .... it's ugly, but fortunately nothing serious for her ... ;-)

    there is also the same pedal for bass and one with a MIDI connection.

    UTILIZATION

    it is simple to use but it is on any well thought out and well designed (in default of being sexy ...).
    different settings are really effective and therefore offers a wide range of sounds.
    it also has an adjusting screw for adjusting the force necessary for the pedal ....

    SOUND QUALITY

    on this side I am delighted.

    whatever the guitar (strat or lp) was a beautiful sound wah.chaud and "clean"
    I'm tempted to say it is best for clean sounds but I think it produces good sound on distortion .. but this is not my registry so ..

    it is really true bypass so you can hear absolutely no difference when it is in the chain or not .... this is very nice ...
    no noise engagement

    OVERALL OPINION

    I buy this wah is it based on the net .. tested it is not everywhere, at the time of my purchase was only in thomann.
    so I made my purchase blindly.
    same time a modern type and wha ugly goes against marketing products that we see right now on the market .. (Wrong kind vintage cheap manufactured in Asia, as announced reissue vox .. cry ... I tried ... :-/)
    then we can reasonably think that the g-lab for quality sound.
    and therefore I have not been slow to realize that this is a very good pedal!

    I did that for several days so I will not allow myself to get a decision on the longevity of the product

    In any case the sound is excellent and the production too ....
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  • R3dlightR3dlight

    G-Lab WW-1 Wowee-WahPublished on 11/07/11 at 12:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Already written 1000 times below ....

    UTILIZATION

    Easy configuration: the manual explains the settings according to the type of sound (clean, crunch, etc ...)

    SOUND QUALITY

    I use a Gibson ES335 and a Fender Stratocaster on a ZT boost the club. The sound is super qualque or guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tried a vox and a stock crybaby before, what about ... pfff this one is over. We put her foot on the wah clicks alone, no clicks, it's great. True bypass worked flawlessly.
    I strongly advise everyone: wah this is ugly, but it is unbreakable level building and upgrade its capabilities and sprayed it lightly its competitors.
    This choice I would do without hesita…
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    Already written 1000 times below ....

    UTILIZATION

    Easy configuration: the manual explains the settings according to the type of sound (clean, crunch, etc ...)

    SOUND QUALITY

    I use a Gibson ES335 and a Fender Stratocaster on a ZT boost the club. The sound is super qualque or guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tried a vox and a stock crybaby before, what about ... pfff this one is over. We put her foot on the wah clicks alone, no clicks, it's great. True bypass worked flawlessly.
    I strongly advise everyone: wah this is ugly, but it is unbreakable level building and upgrade its capabilities and sprayed it lightly its competitors.
    This choice I would do without hesitation.
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  • DesaxéDesaxé

    G-Lab WW-1 Wowee-WahPublished on 12/03/08 at 14:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Wah wah incorporating a soft touch that allows you to trigger the effect by placing the foot on the pedal and cut the impact by removing the foot. Otherwise, the settings that find multiple color, depth, resonance, etc ... + Real and true bypass optical cell.
    We can even settle with a key tensile strength of the pedal.
    She has a face somewhat Morne not sexy, but super tough and super efficient.

    UTILIZATION

    We must spend some time to try all available settings. Some are more or less effective depending on the pickups of the guitar and amp.
    Whatever the setting, it sounds!
    English manual in the box and in French (pdf) on the site www.glabfrance.com.
    Getting started (or ra…
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    Wah wah incorporating a soft touch that allows you to trigger the effect by placing the foot on the pedal and cut the impact by removing the foot. Otherwise, the settings that find multiple color, depth, resonance, etc ... + Real and true bypass optical cell.
    We can even settle with a key tensile strength of the pedal.
    She has a face somewhat Morne not sexy, but super tough and super efficient.

    UTILIZATION

    We must spend some time to try all available settings. Some are more or less effective depending on the pickups of the guitar and amp.
    Whatever the setting, it sounds!
    English manual in the box and in French (pdf) on the site www.glabfrance.com.
    Getting started (or rather foot) simple.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Clearly and effectively at the top. I had several different wah wah. G LAB is largely in the lead.
    I is indifferent to Gibson and strato (and others), and it sounds fabulous.
    We can even switch back to the classic work on the frequencies.
    In distortion or clear, there are all the sounds you can imagine.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one month, and this choice I would do without hesitation.
    It is more expensive than some concurrent best-known, but the sum of its potential fully justifies the investment.
    What I like most with this pedal? versatility, adjustments and soft touch and the difference can not explode the foot to engage / disengage the effect, without ever being sure of the result. With the G LAB, the wah is fun and allows you to concentrate on his game The True Bypass is a treat, no noise at power on / off effect, no difference in level and total respect of his guitar ...
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  • mathewstonmathewston

    G-Lab WW-1 Wowee-WahPublished on 12/16/08 at 10:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Effects pedal system with touch pad that allows to initiate the wah when you put a little pressure with the foot.
    She has a true bypass, booster, resonance control, depth adjustment effect, volume.

    And above you can choose to operate in the Touch Pad or adire is normal with the switch such as wah-wah pedals standart.

    Operates on battery or power supply.

    Look primary but hyper-resistant.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it with a Start and a fender hot rod.

    The manual is very clear and shows different settings for a particular type of sound.

    One branch, and it sounds terrible.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound is top, the possibilities are huge with different settings.
    In sat…
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    Effects pedal system with touch pad that allows to initiate the wah when you put a little pressure with the foot.
    She has a true bypass, booster, resonance control, depth adjustment effect, volume.

    And above you can choose to operate in the Touch Pad or adire is normal with the switch such as wah-wah pedals standart.

    Operates on battery or power supply.

    Look primary but hyper-resistant.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it with a Start and a fender hot rod.

    The manual is very clear and shows different settings for a particular type of sound.

    One branch, and it sounds terrible.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound is top, the possibilities are huge with different settings.
    In saturated or clear it sounds terrible.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had two weeks for distribution in France has been started in October.

    What is is the top touch pad that revolutionized the wah wah and the sound of this wah Wowee.

    I was a fan of Vox before but now I have sold for Glab justifies every penny.
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  • misterbean22misterbean22

    G-Lab WW-1 Wowee-WahPublished on 03/25/09 at 13:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Wah wah pedals so that makes ouaaaah!
    I think it's like all analog wah, but I could be wrong!
    Two possibilities: the engagement with switch (to be resolved before use because it is hard trs pr factory!) Or so ...... the must of the must-engagement by simple contact of the foot on the pedals and that no matter the level of this one! True-bypass!

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration could not be simpler: on / off switch / contact + serving four buttons of his equlizer to be clean, saturated or trash!
    The manual and although I know I have not read it! But it looked pretty succinct!

    SOUND QUALITY

    ATTENTION, this is a killer pedals! Sisi, true, and it's not because I put gol…
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    Wah wah pedals so that makes ouaaaah!
    I think it's like all analog wah, but I could be wrong!
    Two possibilities: the engagement with switch (to be resolved before use because it is hard trs pr factory!) Or so ...... the must of the must-engagement by simple contact of the foot on the pedals and that no matter the level of this one! True-bypass!

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration could not be simpler: on / off switch / contact + serving four buttons of his equlizer to be clean, saturated or trash!
    The manual and although I know I have not read it! But it looked pretty succinct!

    SOUND QUALITY

    ATTENTION, this is a killer pedals! Sisi, true, and it's not because I put gold coins in it I say to (as some might mdirent!)! Frankly, it's out of this world: arvolutionne the use of the wah: With this toy you can just make small interventions well switch places without stress and whether or not a password or else a very good coating with excellent funky hope its not loud like some sisters (who must also face many of jealousy Phra the bomb!). In clean or distortion / OD it is really good note (good sustain if it were, ?!?!?). In true rgale!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for over a month now and I can not do without! I think I do not have spares since seen the can (the weight is l-yes I did not know the quality is all-archie the sound is better than the other nulpart ....) In short, I I keep it!
    Report qualitprix?: 158 Roros bought our neighbors across the Channel FDP included. It is more expensive than sr Vox made in china crachouille that after six months but need to know what you want to: travel or Merco lada!
    Frankly, if you have a little economy and you really want a wah thunder, then go ahead, take the news and tell me!

    Although I would do sr choice, but the opportunity is not Submitted as I keep it (some may say I'm in love, well that's not true!)
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  • vetouillevetouille

    G-Lab WW-1 Wowee-WahPublished on 11/18/09 at 16:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    <ul class="ul">

    What are the effects or types of effects available?

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    A PDAL which: <<Wah Wah Wah!! >>, As the user when he uses it ... (Ouahhhhhhhhhh!!)

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    What technology is used? (Analog, numrique, lamp ...)

    </ul>

    Analog technology primarily with an optical cell as a sensor! It is reliable and robust!

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    What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)

    </ul>

    There is one between an IN and OUT, it's easy!

    UTILIZATION

    <ul class="ul">

    Configuration gnrale Is it easy?

    </ul>

    It is in great rglages PDAL a "test" (Q factor, Bass, Volume, depth, user engagement ...) based on the sound that has been or sound that is DSIR ... Of clean, crun…
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    <ul class="ul">

    What are the effects or types of effects available?

    </ul>

    A PDAL which: <<Wah Wah Wah!! >>, As the user when he uses it ... (Ouahhhhhhhhhh!!)

    <ul class="ul">

    What technology is used? (Analog, numrique, lamp ...)

    </ul>

    Analog technology primarily with an optical cell as a sensor! It is reliable and robust!

    <ul class="ul">

    What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)

    </ul>

    There is one between an IN and OUT, it's easy!

    UTILIZATION

    <ul class="ul">

    Configuration gnrale Is it easy?

    </ul>

    It is in great rglages PDAL a "test" (Q factor, Bass, Volume, depth, user engagement ...) based on the sound that has been or sound that is DSIR ... Of clean, crunch, overdrive saturation mtal, the possibilities are standards and determine fully with wah wah pedals classic!
    So it takes time to tame the bte diffrent and test combinations it offers.

    <ul class="ul">

    The manual is clear and sufficient? ...

    </ul>

    The English manual is clear, brief and concise! With examples based on his rglages used.

    SOUND QUALITY

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    The effects are they effective, suitable and adequate ralistes?

    </ul>

    Wah wah effects that we draw from this pedals are downright gorgeous!!
    In clean, crunch, overdrive or distortion powerful, it remains flexible in all areas!
    There's something to do with its proposed rglages!
    A PRO demanding pedals that sounds!

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    Which instruments do you use?

    </ul>

    Vigier Excalibur Custom Music Man 212 HD One thirty, Sredmaster Marshall, Boss DD-3

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    What are those you prfrez, you dtest?

    </ul>

    Uh ... Wah wah! Ouahhhhhhhhhhh! I love that Ben Wah wah! ;-)

    OVERALL OPINION

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    How long have you use it?

    </ul>

    It's been just over 2 months.

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    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    </ul>

    I had a Dunlop Cry Baby and a DOD FX17 with preferences for the DOD that I sold ten years! The Crybaby, I found too little versatile ...
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    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    </ul>

    I love the action of the ds because the foot lands on the pedals! It's really nial G! It can grate in full measure the effect of 2 with 3 ratings diabolical precision! Really the big plus of this pedals!
    And of course its great versatility!!

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    How do you report qualitprix?

    </ul>

    It is a CHRE PDAL (prs 200 euros)! But the quality has a price ... It's well worth!

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    Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ...

    </ul>

    No hsitation! She will follow me to the grave!!
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  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    G-Lab WW-1 Wowee-WahPublished on 12/03/08 at 15:52
    (Originally written by Desaxé/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Wah-wah pedal with soft touch function that allows you to enable the effect simply by putting your foot on the pedal and to disable it by removing it. Comprehensive settings: color control, depth control, resonance control, etc. plus true bypass function and optical technology.

    You can even adjust the resistance of the pedal itself.

    It doesn't look sexy but it's very sturdy an super effective.

    UTILIZATION

    You'll need quite some time to try all available settings. Their effectiveness changes depending on the guitar pickups and the amp.

    The sound is good regardless of the settings!!!

    Easy playability.

    S…
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    (Originally written by Desaxé/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Wah-wah pedal with soft touch function that allows you to enable the effect simply by putting your foot on the pedal and to disable it by removing it. Comprehensive settings: color control, depth control, resonance control, etc. plus true bypass function and optical technology.

    You can even adjust the resistance of the pedal itself.

    It doesn't look sexy but it's very sturdy an super effective.

    UTILIZATION

    You'll need quite some time to try all available settings. Their effectiveness changes depending on the guitar pickups and the amp.

    The sound is good regardless of the settings!!!

    Easy playability.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Great clear and dynamic sound. I've had several different wah pedals. The G LAB belongs to the best ones.

    I use it with my Gibson and my Strat (and other guitars) and I always get a killer sound.

    You can get every imaginable sound both clean and with distortion.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've been using it for one month and I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again.

    It's more expensive than some famous competitor products but it's worth its price considering the huge sound possibilities.

    Pros: Versatility, setting possibilities, soft touch function that ensures the effect always turn on or off when you want it to. With the G LAB, playing a wah becomes a pleasure and you can concentrate on your playing. The true bypass function is also great: no power on/off noise, no level difference and total sound neutrality...
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We are using Google Analytics in order to better understand the use that our visitors make of our website in an attempt to improve it. When this parameter is activated, no personal information is sent to Google and the IP addresses are anonymized.

Advertising

This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :) We are using Google Ad Manager to display part of our ads, or tools integrated to our own CMS for the rest.


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