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Vox V847A Wah-Wah Pedal [2007-Current]
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Vox V847A Wah-Wah Pedal [2007-Current]
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nassif1 nassif1

«  rotten or exquisite. »

Publié le 01/10/11 à 11:09
Wah, quite simply.
port and port instrument amplifier, the novelty for the U.S. version is the port for an AC adapter .. and that was a little heavier in the process.

UTILIZATION

It engages, it is wah it off, nothing more. Not even need a manual, anyone can use it.

The switch is hard enough, however, I simply removed a washer and embellished it slightly, now it's perfect.

SOUND QUALITY

The sound is a little less "hot" as its predecessor, the 'true' V847, but it remains a good sound in all ..

OVERALL OPINION

I use for almost a year, this is my first wah and the weakness of this chinoiserie is its lack of true bypass, and a rotten system.

So level money is paid dear for what it really is.
I do not do it again this election, if I bought a VOX that would be a good secondhand U.S.. Neither
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