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Vox V845 Wah-Wah Pedal
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  • LibertopanikLibertopanik

    I was expecting better

    Vox V845 Wah-Wah PedalPublished on 12/05/12 at 16:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For specifications, well it is a Wah so it supports and it's wah, nothing complicated.

    UTILIZATION

    Ditto for the use, I do not go into the details, it is used very easily.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Well, there part for me the most important, I expected a clean sound british Vox, unfortunately I did not find this sound, I was very disappointed with the sound modulated short and not enough for my taste. My first instinct was to seek further support for a whawhater and nothing more lol we arrived at the end of the rotation.

    So I read the potentiometer was of average quality, I confirm that frustration looking to have a bit more space in the variation.

    So the change is knob a so…
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    For specifications, well it is a Wah so it supports and it's wah, nothing complicated.

    UTILIZATION

    Ditto for the use, I do not go into the details, it is used very easily.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Well, there part for me the most important, I expected a clean sound british Vox, unfortunately I did not find this sound, I was very disappointed with the sound modulated short and not enough for my taste. My first instinct was to seek further support for a whawhater and nothing more lol we arrived at the end of the rotation.

    So I read the potentiometer was of average quality, I confirm that frustration looking to have a bit more space in the variation.

    So the change is knob a solution.

    As a comparison I prefer the Crybaby for the history of space rotation but I wanted a more British so will have to look elsewhere.

    OVERALL OPINION

    So my review is a wah to do this by hand, but not for a pedalboard and we seek THE sound ;)
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  • x---guitariste---xx---guitariste---x

    Vox V845 Wah-Wah PedalPublished on 12/25/09 at 09:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A Vox wah

    The pros:

    * A very good sound
    * Price

    The -:

    * I notice that when the pedal is engaged, the volume augments the sound louder than before.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, because there is no potentiometer.
    Then you plug it plays itself <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" />

    SOUND QUALITY

    Bein, a wah-wah, nothing more. But still the problem of volume.
    I use a Jim Harley Strato 'and an amplifier plus a stagg behringer pedal for overdrive.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I got it for Christmas and I was happy <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" /> Wah this…
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    A Vox wah

    The pros:

    * A very good sound
    * Price

    The -:

    * I notice that when the pedal is engaged, the volume augments the sound louder than before.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, because there is no potentiometer.
    Then you plug it plays itself <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" />

    SOUND QUALITY

    Bein, a wah-wah, nothing more. But still the problem of volume.
    I use a Jim Harley Strato 'and an amplifier plus a stagg behringer pedal for overdrive.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I got it for Christmas and I was happy <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" /> Wah this is the first that I board and I like it and value for money and very good
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  • marzacdevmarzacdev

    Good sound, bad quality knob

    Vox V845 Wah-Wah PedalPublished on 06/17/10 at 11:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is an analog wahwah could not be more conventional,
    one input, one audio output. Ability to feed by
    an external transformer. The bypass is not bad despite
    slight drop in level.

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is useless, you put the battery and it works.

    The failure of this pedal is the quality of knob.
    He has started to spit in the second week of use.
    I immediately replaced by a model of industrial quality
    purchased at an electronics store, suitable for the Dremel.

    Result, the sound is perfect and it spits out more.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is great for a keyboard, it is also more suitable
    one model over at Vox. That's what surprised me
    Moreover, when I had tr…
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    This is an analog wahwah could not be more conventional,
    one input, one audio output. Ability to feed by
    an external transformer. The bypass is not bad despite
    slight drop in level.

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is useless, you put the battery and it works.

    The failure of this pedal is the quality of knob.
    He has started to spit in the second week of use.
    I immediately replaced by a model of industrial quality
    purchased at an electronics store, suitable for the Dremel.

    Result, the sound is perfect and it spits out more.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is great for a keyboard, it is also more suitable
    one model over at Vox. That's what surprised me
    Moreover, when I had tried in the store.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for at least 5 months. Since the repair,
    it is the faithful companion of my CP30.

    I also tried the Vox V847 and Crybabies of Dunlop.
    The V845 sounded better to my ear.

    The value price is right, if we find a good knob.
    Otherwise it is better to bring her back.

    I will not repeat that choice because I prefer a more sturdy.
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  • benben4benben4

    sound: yes, quality: no

    Vox V845 Wah-Wah PedalPublished on 01/07/11 at 03:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    wah wah analog, not true bypass,
    (In, out, input power supply or battery location)

    UTILIZATION

    to use is a wah wah ...

    The quality of the pedal is not at all appointments,
    I had problems very quickly, more sweeping sound at times
    a sound that spits ...
    For sweeping sound that comes from the son that connect potentiometer
    to the main board (bad contact)
    To the sound that comes from the son that spit and pot.


    SOUND QUALITY

    At the sound, I used an amp before AD120VT which included a vox wah
    in its effects and I liked very much, that's why I bought the
    V845.
    After adjusting the rack I managed to find the sound I wanted,
    according to my expectations. (end of th…
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    wah wah analog, not true bypass,
    (In, out, input power supply or battery location)

    UTILIZATION

    to use is a wah wah ...

    The quality of the pedal is not at all appointments,
    I had problems very quickly, more sweeping sound at times
    a sound that spits ...
    For sweeping sound that comes from the son that connect potentiometer
    to the main board (bad contact)
    To the sound that comes from the son that spit and pot.


    SOUND QUALITY

    At the sound, I used an amp before AD120VT which included a vox wah
    in its effects and I liked very much, that's why I bought the
    V845.
    After adjusting the rack I managed to find the sound I wanted,
    according to my expectations. (end of the race was too acute for me)

    For true bypass, I use a G LAB GSC, so no problem for me
    but there is a difference in level between the effect and bypass.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I ever had "dunlop" (Hendrix and cry baby), I prefer the sound vox
    for the wah wah. I plan to buy the Wowee wah g lab to replace the V845.
    I do not do it again this election because of the poor quality of the electronics
    I bought this pedal about 6 months ago and I would not sell it

    (Unless you change the cables and pots and sell it to someone I know)
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