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Snarling Dogs WONDER WAHPublished on 08/01/11 at 16:26
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It is a basic analog wah without any adjustment, it is true bypass. Input and output jack, a plug to connect a 9V power supply type boss, a hatch for the battery, plug 'n play more short it's not possible.
The pedal is large (26.5 cm x 12 cm / 9.7 cm) and heavy breathing and strength.
In addition it has a crazy look, with eyes that light up the dogs when the pedal is pressed. It's just a pity we do not see them as they are hidden by the foot.

UTILIZATION

Operation is extremely simple, just like any other wah.
However, the pedal travel is very long compared to a classic cry baby and could destabilize some. This gives a "wouuuaaa" very deep, but it is also very easy to use than...…
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It is a basic analog wah without any adjustment, it is true bypass. Input and output jack, a plug to connect a 9V power supply type boss, a hatch for the battery, plug 'n play more short it's not possible.
The pedal is large (26.5 cm x 12 cm / 9.7 cm) and heavy breathing and strength.
In addition it has a crazy look, with eyes that light up the dogs when the pedal is pressed. It's just a pity we do not see them as they are hidden by the foot.

UTILIZATION

Operation is extremely simple, just like any other wah.
However, the pedal travel is very long compared to a classic cry baby and could destabilize some. This gives a "wouuuaaa" very deep, but it is also very easy to use than the end of the race if you think there are too severe.
The switch is easy to start but not too soft either, to avoid nuisance tripping.
Finally for those who like me prefer to use the wah with their left foot, do not worry it does not change, the interface is as good as the right foot.

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is excellent and quite a classic wah, except that the range of serious is wider because of the long race. But do not panic the mids and treble are well balanced and present, to map I would say the first half of the race is dedicated to serious, and that other frequencies share the rest.
I play a Les Paul BFG (P90 + Burstbucker 3) plugged into an Orange rocker 30 and this pedal sounds as good with distortion in the light for my taste, you can send a big rock sound (or rhythm frenzied solo) or funk rhythm with no worries.
In fact I found him just a little lacking in the most acute position as possible there is a little out of breath (only visible without playing) and sound saturates slightly. (Which can be as high quality)

OVERALL OPINION

I wonder this wah for just this afternoon so I lack perspective, but it had been years that the wicked wah look intrigued me and I am absolutely conquered. Sounds of hell, the look is terrible and the limited defects are quickly forgotten.
I've had a cry baby as well as the basic model Zakk Wylde and so far I prefer the wonder wah without hesitation, even if others were interesting too. Besides, I took the Zakk Wylde wah because I was looking for a more serious, but it was too much at the expense of acute, unlike the snarling dogs that is more balanced in this area, without being garish.
In addition it is really cheap, the only problem being that it is very rare so be patient.
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  • Manufacturer: Snarling Dogs
  • Model: WONDER WAH
  • Category: Wah-Wah/Auto Wahs/Filters for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 04/19/2004

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Other names: wonder wah, wonderwah

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