Vox V847 Wah-Wah Pedal [1994-2006]
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Vox V847 Wah-Wah Pedal [1994-2006]

V847 Wah-Wah Pedal [1994-2006], Wah-Wah/Auto Wah/Filter for Guitar from Vox.

R'nar 12/24/2004

Vox V847 Wah-Wah Pedal [1994-2006] : R'nar's user review

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Ben Wha Wha What is a ...
connections: between one and output nothing less.
It the same format as a Dunlop Cry Baby, but that extra look at is the chrome and the name VOX dcoup on the base ... in a cast!

UTILIZATION

The sound is nickel my taste, a little less garish than Cry (lol), the sound is more suited game crunchy or light, big distos do not sound terrible ...
Of course, no manual: one branch, a good shot is pressed into place and you module ...

SOUND QUALITY

The sound seems pretty vintage trs net. On my arm and my Les Paul has tripleXXX sounds great. For distos Fuzz and I prfre the Cry Baby, it seems more appropriate.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using ... at least 5 years with a Cry for soli ... I find it clear in his view gniale crunches in front of the Funky rhythmic. I just find the sound a bit flat but in the end, it should not until you use it to play the Heavy. one can also find sounds interresting blocking position (I actually recorded a song that Manir, a little fawn Money for Nothing Dire Straits).
I tried a Jimi Hendrix and Morley ... none of them convinced me ... the only rival my humble opinion is the Cry Baby, but in a book a little more rock ... I am even tempted to say that both pedals are compltent well.
Ct price, I find it a bit CHRE, but well worth it when a same to own one.
If I had to buy one Wha, I would not but the VOX CRY, but since I can take both the question does not arise ...