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  • -Livingroom--Livingroom-

    modern wah that changes.

    Ibanez WD7 Weeping DemonPublished on 01/08/14 at 03:36
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    Wah wah analog heavy and sturdy. Several modes (automatic and standard) and three knobs to adjust the bandwidth and swept frequencies. Pedal without rack and has a setting with a large screwdriver to adjust the flexibility of removable tray (I have not found effective). Powered by 9V (if the electrical system is good, no buzz). Jack in, jack out and roll youth!

    UTILIZATION

    At the configuration it goes, if you knows a little in frequency can be tweaking knobs (no drastic changes anyway), if any is left straight, and it's still a kind of wha. Where the use is not really practical, is that normal mode is made between the tap switch is on the side of the plate and the latter, and in …
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    Wah wah analog heavy and sturdy. Several modes (automatic and standard) and three knobs to adjust the bandwidth and swept frequencies. Pedal without rack and has a setting with a large screwdriver to adjust the flexibility of removable tray (I have not found effective). Powered by 9V (if the electrical system is good, no buzz). Jack in, jack out and roll youth!

    UTILIZATION

    At the configuration it goes, if you knows a little in frequency can be tweaking knobs (no drastic changes anyway), if any is left straight, and it's still a kind of wha. Where the use is not really practical, is that normal mode is made between the tap switch is on the side of the plate and the latter, and in the other mode, it is like an idiot if you want to leave wha triggered simply filter the sound, or even if you want to attack from above the race, we're fucked too. Therefore not practical at all to me.

    SOUND QUALITY

    After regarding the sound is very clean, very modern (except its clear where you need to be cautious if it saturates very quickly). This is not true bypass, it's pretty clear, however, depending on the settings of the switching effect we will capture. It also works for the bass (although I do not like wha on bass), and keyboards which I think is more in place on a guitar. In short, I think it lacks warmth and musicality, it will be at ease for shredders and other virtuosos, currently this wicked sharp side which displeases me (regardless of settings). Then again station saturation, suddenly it's good for fat sounds, possibly the modern funk, but it is more complicated for the rest. Nevertheless it remains a good effect in its category that is not very open to me forever.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used 2 or 3 years so I know it well, I like its weight and strength, but I sold it for a cry baby, and then I came back on a morley which also combines the volume and strengths of both. I do not know the price now, but back then 120 bullets for it I found it a bit expensive.

    There are very good things, but we must render unto Caesar what belongs to Caesar, its use is limited musically, everything is too clean, and as often with Ibanez was no personality (and ultimately musicality).
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  • Svink93Svink93

    A highly versatile wah

    Ibanez WD7 Weeping DemonPublished on 12/23/12 at 12:33
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    Bypass transparent.
    Solid metal housing.
    Two possibilities to activate: a switch next to the pedal (can activate it by leaving the pedal in a certain position for use as a filter certain frequencies) or automatic (as soon as you touch the pedal the effect snaps). You can set the time at which the pedal is off once back in its normal position.
    In automatic mode, the pedal automatically straightens: well done. (Like a car accelerator)
    3 buttons to adjust volume, intensity and frequency of the effect.
    A switch guitars / bass change the frequency range of the effect.
    There is also (perhaps even more, I can not remember) that allows internal knob tweaking yet his wah.

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    Bypass transparent.
    Solid metal housing.
    Two possibilities to activate: a switch next to the pedal (can activate it by leaving the pedal in a certain position for use as a filter certain frequencies) or automatic (as soon as you touch the pedal the effect snaps). You can set the time at which the pedal is off once back in its normal position.
    In automatic mode, the pedal automatically straightens: well done. (Like a car accelerator)
    3 buttons to adjust volume, intensity and frequency of the effect.
    A switch guitars / bass change the frequency range of the effect.
    There is also (perhaps even more, I can not remember) that allows internal knob tweaking yet his wah.

    UTILIZATION

    Some examples of settings in the manual, and then adjust to taste.
    The pedal travel is very long, it changes a CryBaby (or Vox).

    SOUND QUALITY

    Very versatile, both big saturation funk that, depending on the settings. Tip top, even if it is not really a "wah-wah" as can be heard everywhere (it also depends probably my settings, I wanted a compromise for use in clean funky and good saturation). But in the end, so much the better.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Strong, effective. No complaints. A bit cumbersome on a pedalboard (mostly because of its shape).

    And preferred compared to other wah in the same price range or a little higher.
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  • ProgressiveTom25ProgressiveTom25

    A very good wha!

    Ibanez WD7 Weeping DemonPublished on 05/26/12 at 09:09
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    This is a whawha ...

    Two modes, one chooses the lever to the left of the pedal. 3 knobs to adjust the effect and which fall within the body of the pedal when pressed: practice not to inadvertently turn them once found its settings.
    A Range switch with two modes: normal and low (rather low)
    If not, in and out and deprives 9V guitar.
    Note two small fine adjustments located between the pedal and the base which are not convenient access ...
    A large screw on the pedal to adjust the hardness of the spring.
    The pedal is not true bybass but she seems fairly transparent.
    The chassis is metal and seems very sturdy as the pedal is largely sheathed in a solid non-slip coating.

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    This is a whawha ...

    Two modes, one chooses the lever to the left of the pedal. 3 knobs to adjust the effect and which fall within the body of the pedal when pressed: practice not to inadvertently turn them once found its settings.
    A Range switch with two modes: normal and low (rather low)
    If not, in and out and deprives 9V guitar.
    Note two small fine adjustments located between the pedal and the base which are not convenient access ...
    A large screw on the pedal to adjust the hardness of the spring.
    The pedal is not true bybass but she seems fairly transparent.
    The chassis is metal and seems very sturdy as the pedal is largely sheathed in a solid non-slip coating.

    UTILIZATION

    I turned to this particular pedal to its modes of operation:
    - With a switch (on the right pad of the foot) for activation, which keeps the effect triggered without necessarily having the foot on it;
    - Automatic: In this mode, the off position, the pedal is always in the up position and is activated when it is played (and not as soon as one sets foot on it like the G-Lab). It cuts as soon as it is the foot (a little knob to adjust the running time of the effect).

    Finally, I use almost the automatic mode because it avoids making tap ...

    The knobs allow you to adjust the effect but I do not think they have a phenomenal work. They can change the scope in the frequency and height but not really the overall sound range of the pedal. Better to love her!

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is not a vintage wah! It will be more comfortable in the rock and metal records. She also is doing very well for funk.
    On clean sounds, it makes good but beware because it can saturate the amplifier if it is set a bit much ...

    In sound, I would say it is fairly neutral and does not color the sound too much. It also depends on its position in a chain (for me, it comes before a multi-purpose zoom G7).
    In the end is quite discreet. But playing with the settings it is still possible to get a fairly pronounced effect. The ability to force the volume can also have some kind of boost when activated (eg for solos).

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is a very good wha that fits most styles although it should probably not on vintage music (but hey ... "weeping demon" ...?).

    Its adjustment possibilities as well as its two operating modes make it quite versatile.

    Its failure: it eats batteries in one of these speed ...! I have also not managed to get me the Ibanez dedicated adapter with a compatible adapter and it generates a lot of breath ... (Perhaps due to my electrical system is old).

    Before buying it I had also eyed the side of Morley including those taken from the system and autoswitch Wowee wha on G-lab, which sounds great but is quite expensive and not readily available.
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  • darkristdarkrist

    Ibanez WD7 Weeping DemonPublished on 01/15/05 at 12:22
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    A look that dchire.
    3 pots of rglage locked: gnral volume, the character Q rglage wha (peak) and rglage of low frequencies.
    2 pots in the pedals: SETTING THE frquence reached on the support on the pedals and max delay for disabling effect upon the return of pedals in auto switch .
    2 position selector guitar / bass (change from the beach frquence)
    lever to activate the effect, either by foot swith either by the push of the pedals (in this case the return of the pedals is automatic).
    SETTING THE spring tension to reposition the pedals (in autoswitch) and SETTING THE rtension the strength of the pedals in the same fashion (with a pice rglage : peace)

    UTILIZATION

    The pedals…
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    A look that dchire.
    3 pots of rglage locked: gnral volume, the character Q rglage wha (peak) and rglage of low frequencies.
    2 pots in the pedals: SETTING THE frquence reached on the support on the pedals and max delay for disabling effect upon the return of pedals in auto switch .
    2 position selector guitar / bass (change from the beach frquence)
    lever to activate the effect, either by foot swith either by the push of the pedals (in this case the return of the pedals is automatic).
    SETTING THE spring tension to reposition the pedals (in autoswitch) and SETTING THE rtension the strength of the pedals in the same fashion (with a pice rglage : peace)

    UTILIZATION

    The pedals do not slip, complete and rglage trs simple when you know what one looks exactly get.
    the record is simple and concise.
    small - can be: no SETTING THE FREQUENCY min during the full return of the pedals (c anecdotal)

    SOUND QUALITY

    I use a peavey bandit 112 with rglages mtal wrxt and jackson, and a Samick fv450bk traveler guitar speedster.
    once rglages effectus: I know what to say even nickel, gnial ...
    Q donf my level is to get a wha deep well (note the volume gnral: not too strong if c is good for repurchase eardrums when pressing the pedals max)
    I used a Korg Pandora PX2, and a digitech RP300, ie the purchase of the pedals is to get a well SPECIFICATIONS and I do not regret it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    When you see its default ... (I see it), its price: the same as wha some low-end competition, the quality of manufacture, weight (1600g -> while aluminum ), opportunity (better sound than the Dunlop and Vox I dj test), I say one thing: if you buy another DSIR try PDAL not this one, you will pass once sr.
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  • maitre sodamaitre soda

    Ibanez WD7 Weeping DemonPublished on 12/05/05 at 07:09
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    Wha pedal / wha adjustable in all parameters. Comprehensive.
    optical technology, so has unlimited life, compared to the torque knob + RACK dunlop.
    simple connectivity input, output, power jack.
    mode low / normal practice to move from one wha has a serious acute.
    mode footswitch / autoswitch very good.

    UTILIZATION

    The setting of the wha is quite complex for the uninitiated, since all the parameters regissants wha are customizable.
    manual good enough.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound is very good in general.
    thanks to its infinite plolyvalence, we just move from unhealthy to clean the morley good vieu well dirty, rock and degeulasse the cry baby.

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    Wha pedal / wha adjustable in all parameters. Comprehensive.
    optical technology, so has unlimited life, compared to the torque knob + RACK dunlop.
    simple connectivity input, output, power jack.
    mode low / normal practice to move from one wha has a serious acute.
    mode footswitch / autoswitch very good.

    UTILIZATION

    The setting of the wha is quite complex for the uninitiated, since all the parameters regissants wha are customizable.
    manual good enough.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound is very good in general.
    thanks to its infinite plolyvalence, we just move from unhealthy to clean the morley good vieu well dirty, rock and degeulasse the cry baby.

    OVERALL OPINION

    J uses the pedal for a year.
    I adore its versatility and outstanding sound quality.
    also in music even if it does not matter I love her look!
    j morley've tried before and the baby of trying. my choice c is not only for its low price but for its very good quality. note it is very well made so very strong and could even be the people of hypertrophy the foot.
    The value for money and located very well above average.
    If I had to buy a ds wha No matter what price I will take the gammede the.
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  • regspleenregspleen

    Ibanez WD7 Weeping DemonPublished on 01/18/06 at 07:14
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    I will not add anything in relation to other

    UTILIZATION

    I tried it in a store zik aves my own guitar (Musicman Steve Morse) and a tube amp.

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is where the bottom lies. The sound in the bass is not bad but it's completely hollow as soon as the acute attack. I mainly play rock and I find it really sucks like wha-wha. I was super exited to the idea of ​​trying it but I could not find anything good with distortion. It is not too bad in the clear but, suddenly, it's expensive for such use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Try other pedals before buying this crap!
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    I will not add anything in relation to other

    UTILIZATION

    I tried it in a store zik aves my own guitar (Musicman Steve Morse) and a tube amp.

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is where the bottom lies. The sound in the bass is not bad but it's completely hollow as soon as the acute attack. I mainly play rock and I find it really sucks like wha-wha. I was super exited to the idea of ​​trying it but I could not find anything good with distortion. It is not too bad in the clear but, suddenly, it's expensive for such use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Try other pedals before buying this crap!
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  • MakakMakak

    Ibanez WD7 Weeping DemonPublished on 01/12/06 at 12:21
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    Wha Wha pedals

    UTILIZATION

    The PDAL is quite complex to use.
    But hey it's a much more difficult than ^ ^

    SOUND QUALITY

    Nickel say anything

    OVERALL OPINION

    1 month
    Not because I bought it by looking at the reviews on Audiofanzine and I do not regret my choice is fantastic.
    Well I have and I keep it so I would do not elect two Wha Wha it is useless lol
  • ESPmanESPman

    Ibanez WD7 Weeping DemonPublished on 02/07/06 at 15:18
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    Wah pedal with a great look.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it mostly to Metallica and it proves very effective vrément! It roars, it's a very simple pedal to use with a wide range of option intensity changes with a manual clear. Only one real flaw that pretty bored because mine whines! And it's very annoying when vrément not play very hard and I still do not know how to remove this unpleasant noise. I do not following safe quality interior.

    SOUND QUALITY

    This pedal is very effective, I have the possibility to play rock, hard rock, funk metal, but ossi ... well a lot of multiple choice!
    I use it with a guitar stagg "X-300" is a 30 watt amp drive. But this will change constantly a…
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    Wah pedal with a great look.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it mostly to Metallica and it proves very effective vrément! It roars, it's a very simple pedal to use with a wide range of option intensity changes with a manual clear. Only one real flaw that pretty bored because mine whines! And it's very annoying when vrément not play very hard and I still do not know how to remove this unpleasant noise. I do not following safe quality interior.

    SOUND QUALITY

    This pedal is very effective, I have the possibility to play rock, hard rock, funk metal, but ossi ... well a lot of multiple choice!
    I use it with a guitar stagg "X-300" is a 30 watt amp drive. But this will change constantly as a little ESP KH-202 and a line 6 spider amp-30! I tried and vrément c super! C Metallica great.
    I put 9 because that perfection is elusive.

    OVERALL OPINION

    C vrément a pedal that's worth, except for the squeak of my EM will be, probably not, other, at least I hope so because it is annoying and I vrément no solution for be remedied.
    I use depui four months.
    I love to imitate a lot about his wah-wah's task is completed for this pedal! vrément is very versatile.
    I tried a baby cry before. Well, I always wonder why the world is it because I did not find very effective because its use is reduced.
    The value for money on this pedal is excellen! I bought € 133 to my dealer and I would do without hesitation that choice if the other weeping demon not this lack of squealing. Too bad we can not put pa 8.5/10 so I put 9.
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  • YaourthYaourth

    Ibanez WD7 Weeping DemonPublished on 02/20/06 at 03:13
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    Everything has been said before: great wah pedal with full settings (level, Q, SO, Auto Off, Manual / Auto switch in, ON / OFF without affecting the setting ...)

    Only small downside, the manipulation of the car to go to the footswitch is not necessarily practical.

    UTILIZATION

    Accessible knobs, nothing to complain about that. It comes easily to adjust the animal to get the sound. Because all parameters are manageable, the possibilities are enormous!

    Advantage of a range switch can be used on a bass and it works really well.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Superb! As already mentioned in other reviews: this pedal is amazing. It all cash and I use it, among other things, to round a l…
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    Everything has been said before: great wah pedal with full settings (level, Q, SO, Auto Off, Manual / Auto switch in, ON / OFF without affecting the setting ...)

    Only small downside, the manipulation of the car to go to the footswitch is not necessarily practical.

    UTILIZATION

    Accessible knobs, nothing to complain about that. It comes easily to adjust the animal to get the sound. Because all parameters are manageable, the possibilities are enormous!

    Advantage of a range switch can be used on a bass and it works really well.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Superb! As already mentioned in other reviews: this pedal is amazing. It all cash and I use it, among other things, to round a little out of TS9. It is nickel.
    The bypass is perfectly neutral. No breath, even with the level pushed the cleat.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bought 2 months ago, no regrets.
    Perfect sound quality, versatility absolutely unbeatable price and robust design.
    Certainly THE reference that will replace a lot of pedals.
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  • MFincMFinc

    Ibanez WD7 Weeping DemonPublished on 02/22/06 at 02:56
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    Pedalle wha wha and contrary to what one might think because of ca Module C is the basic standard analog connections which

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple and very practical one can get tons of sounds DIFFERENT without any problems we can keep the wah wah, leaving the digital mode foot switch or modulate the pedalle of expression I have never read the manual or quick trs just watch the models rested cde wah wah

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then c has the sound panard.on veut.c that it is simple recording I hack for all the songs and I still discover sounds DIFFERENT!! I the User with an ibanez sas32fm and other effects such that a tube screamer a big muff (perfect with a Alier WD7 for burnin…
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    Pedalle wha wha and contrary to what one might think because of ca Module C is the basic standard analog connections which

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple and very practical one can get tons of sounds DIFFERENT without any problems we can keep the wah wah, leaving the digital mode foot switch or modulate the pedalle of expression I have never read the manual or quick trs just watch the models rested cde wah wah

    SOUND QUALITY

    Then c has the sound panard.on veut.c that it is simple recording I hack for all the songs and I still discover sounds DIFFERENT!! I the User with an ibanez sas32fm and other effects such that a tube screamer a big muff (perfect with a Alier WD7 for burning solos) and delay or other flangers Pitchshifter chorus. I use the electric for the solo intro psych well and complete passes with a surreal delay c is a must and a slight drive type blues

    OVERALL OPINION

    I am the User for 6 months c ets a gift from my friends and I love her cot can be practical and flexible shooting this k we want the beast
    I n tr ke avai little try before seen wah ke c this is a gift Ca na di nothing to compare with the ke j ai test because it was their sound or that it has several
    I do it again this choice without hesitate
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