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George Dennis Wah VolumePublished on 08/30/09 at 16:17
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Volume + 2 wha types: a "right / dry / clear" and more "curved / liquid / deep" (see?)
Optical knob no spitting!
6.35 + input jack output, battery, socket for the PSU (mini-jack to the co ')

UTILIZATION

Simple: By default, it is in volume. Is tilted backward = zero sound is tilted forward to its = max.
You push a little further, click: it switches to wha.
A small interuptor on the side lets the user choose wha 1 or 2. (Switch-style joystick. But it is solid, you can use your foot if there is not as wild).
No manual needed.

SOUND QUALITY

It's not wha-wha my favorite pedal inflexible for my taste (matter of habit I think), but it has the advantage of staying up if left in...…
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Volume + 2 wha types: a "right / dry / clear" and more "curved / liquid / deep" (see?)
Optical knob no spitting!
6.35 + input jack output, battery, socket for the PSU (mini-jack to the co ')

UTILIZATION

Simple: By default, it is in volume. Is tilted backward = zero sound is tilted forward to its = max.
You push a little further, click: it switches to wha.
A small interuptor on the side lets the user choose wha 1 or 2. (Switch-style joystick. But it is solid, you can use your foot if there is not as wild).
No manual needed.

SOUND QUALITY

It's not wha-wha my favorite pedal inflexible for my taste (matter of habit I think), but it has the advantage of staying up if left in middle of race.
Wha is a very clean, food that does not signal, sputters and does not at all. But it lacks a little punch to my taste. Especially in the lower race. I like wha raucous, this is a somewhat smooth, hi-fi ... For the guitar is not my first choice, but on keyboards polished example, not bad.
It's really a very good pedal. Rather than jazz-rock fusion garage.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought used here are 10 or 12 years?
A cry baby and eat disgusting spitting my level (but more flexible and dirty!).
It is solid, really, nothing moves where it should not. It is worth a hefty level Morley.
Probably I'll try more models to compare. Neither she nor does my baby cry completely satisfy me.
The dual function wah + volume is great. It is a very good volume pedal and a wah that is as it is.
The only downside for me is the power supply socket, which is a mini-jack and an adapter wonder the pedal to stick on my Spider.
It seems that the VAS George Dennis is exceptional. I had to pay the 500F at the time, I guess it's okay considering the price or the pedals are sold these days ...
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  • Manufacturer: George Dennis
  • Model: Wah Volume
  • Category: Wah-Wah/Auto Wahs/Filters for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 05/28/2005

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