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Gig-fx Peter Frampton Signature MegaWah
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  • faufiloufaufilou

    Really great!

    Gig-fx Peter Frampton Signature MegaWahPublished on 10/07/12 at 00:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    So I wanted to change whawha, and when my luthier showed me this mega peter frampton wha, I say, "but what is that thing??". The blue flashie, buttons everywhere, I thought the gas plant. But as soon as I plugged it sends heavy ....!

    There are two types of wha: the cry and the mega. Then there trig mode (my favorite) which is a sort of envelope filter. Then there is the auto wah.

    Analog.

    Standard 9 volt supply.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is simple, unlike the first impression I had at the start.
    Each type of wha is adjustable with a knob "resonance" for "q", was then a knob "gain" for all, a knob "sensitivity" to the trig, and a knob to adjust the autowha.

    In use…
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    So I wanted to change whawha, and when my luthier showed me this mega peter frampton wha, I say, "but what is that thing??". The blue flashie, buttons everywhere, I thought the gas plant. But as soon as I plugged it sends heavy ....!

    There are two types of wha: the cry and the mega. Then there trig mode (my favorite) which is a sort of envelope filter. Then there is the auto wah.

    Analog.

    Standard 9 volt supply.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is simple, unlike the first impression I had at the start.
    Each type of wha is adjustable with a knob "resonance" for "q", was then a knob "gain" for all, a knob "sensitivity" to the trig, and a knob to adjust the autowha.

    In use, I was a little surprised by the pedal stroke which is longer than other whawha. We must therefore find its footing and used for the sound you desire.

    The manual is clear and provides standard settings for optimum sound.

    What I love is that the pedal as soon as the cut is in the upper position. It restarts it instantly pressed with a blue LED as a witness. It's great practice, and it can not too much hassle to push a knob like a nag to switch wha.

    SOUND QUALITY

    While the sound quality, huge! this is really deep, not garish. Its a very clean, you do not lose a lot of power, unlike other wha. I integrated into my pedalboard, replacing my other wha. I put at the beginning of the chain. I played with a gibson les paul studio.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just buy it, I played with for a few weeks and I broke like a kid who just had his christmas gift! I especially love trig mode and mégawha. In the limit I think it was not necessary to put two kinds of wha, one would be enough in my opinion. The autowha, I use a little less, but I discovered that can be used by putting tablecloths and have sounds a little hovering.

    I have a vox wha wha and I wanted to change wha. The vox is already a really nice pedal, but I compared the two, and the gig fx surpasses happily!

    The value for money is acceptable for me. 2OO euros course, but compared to other whawha, quality is at the appointment!

    This pedal is hard to find, and that does not sound like the others where his interest in me.
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