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Vox V845 Wah-Wah Pedal
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Vox V845 Wah-Wah Pedal
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marzacdev marzacdev

«  Good sound, bad quality knob »

Publié le 06/17/10 à 11:08
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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