Robert Keeley launches an auto-wah pedal
Robert Keeley fulfilled one of his old dreams with Neutrino, his new filter/auto-wah effect pedal for guitar, bass and keyboard.
The Keeley Neutrino stompbox will seduce many classic funk auto-wah fans. The effect is designed to react to your attack or strength, so the harder you play, the more it “wahs”.
Robert Keeley used in Neutrino an octo-coupler and you can adjust on the pedal the gain, the Peak (the way its “sings”, with the sound being brighter while you turn the knob, just like when pressing a wah pedal) and the frequency range. A Hi-Low switch is also available as well as a bypass stomp.
The Neutrino pedal is available for $229 with a current $20 discount. More info at robertkeeley.com.
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