DigiTech Whammy WH-4 - True Bypass - Modded by MSM Workshop
DigiTech Whammy WH-4 - True Bypass - Modded by MSM Workshop

Whammy WH-4 - True Bypass - Modded by MSM Workshop, Octaver/Harmonizer/Whammy from DigiTech in the Whammy series.

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Thierry255 02/09/2013

DigiTech Whammy WH-4 - True Bypass - Modded by MSM Workshop : Thierry255's user review

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See opinion on the Whammy 4 PLEASE!


Simple setup: a button to select the mode and an expression pedal.
No need to book.
To be picky, we can say that the knob selection effects do not seem very strong (over time), but C really to quibble. It may just be my pedal that is like this (purchased from occasae) but so far it works very well!


Effects made "digital" we can say (and C the least we can say!): While C is for!!
I use it first thing in the effects chain on a '74 Tele Deluxe U.S. and Rivera Chubster.
I use the effects and October 1-1 October 1 or 2.


I use it for about 6 months.
I did not want the sound bypassed be amended by this pedal so I researched this model true bypass.
The pedal does its job and does it well! Nothing to say, when there is the sound of the Whammy, there is!
But not switched on (pedal raised expression), we feel that this changes the sound, no doubt! + I get a lot of treble. But you get used to handle it and it is not catastrophic (and I'm a psychopath respect for my original sound), when you take the shot just do the trigger only when you need it . Either way it is one that should be used sparingly on course!
I was a little afraid it is difficult to use, it is not so!
I have just a few problems with the stall in my pedalboard because right after I put a chorus and a fuzz factory ... And FF does not like at all pAAAAs not be first (especially behind a whammy ^ ^). The pedal is not really there for something, this is my Fuzz Factory is at stake.
With experience so I would do this choice! No doubt!