Godlyke, it means nothing to you? This is normal. Godlyke is actually a guitar effect distributor for North America (Maxon and Guyatone example).
Godlyke is not a constructor. So why the wah? This is actually a very limited quantity production: 100 pedals.
- True bypass
- Mechanical switch
- Tip rack
- Light activation
- 9V battery power or mains
An honest building close to a classic Dunlop 95N (entry level).
Long travel rocker. Sensitive but neither progressive nor accurate.
Switch is calibrated.
Handy blue LED disposed on the left side.
We're here in the 70s with a more focused effect on the high mid / treble.
Scanning is pretty brutal despite long travel rocker. Thus, the wah effect is spectacular and brilliant book and the rhythmic clapping need. For solid blues, this pedal is therefore less suitable.
This wah cons well enough cash for large distortions. If you put the distortion before the wah can then venture onto land more modern sound.
Limited Edition for a dealer who tries to effect the wah.
Not an exceptional model, not even a good wah. A place among the entry-level models not too bad.
What is the point of having built this hundred wahs? For collectors of rarities.