Often Imitated, Now Reissued!
classic wah sound in your electric guitar rig with the Vox V846-HW hand-wired wah pedal. Vox made the original V846 wah in 1967, and since then it's become on of the most played guitar pedals - ever. There's something just right about sound of the V846-HW wah, whether you're using it to add funk to your rhythm playing or making your shred-solos sing. The hand-wired construction isn't a gimmick, it lets Vox optimize the pedal's signal path for low-noise, tonally-uncolored operation. So leave it off, and your rig sounds the same as it always does. But kick on the Vox V846-HW hand-wired wah pedal, and you've got the wah-wah sound that all others try to imitate.
Vox V846-HW Hand-wired Wah Pedal Features at a Glance:
- Hand-wired reissue of the V846 from 1967, one of the most-played wah pedals ever
- Uses a vintage-spec Halo-type inductor, key to the vintage tone of the original V846
- Low-noise carbon composite resistors are incredibly quiet and don't color your electric guitar's tone
- High-quality footswitch, made by Carling Technologies to be dependable and rugged
- Switchcraft jacks for reliable operation and optimum signal transfer
- Hand-wired turret board construction with no printed circuit boards for an incredibly optimized signal path
- Special soft case included
|Vox V846-HW Hand-Wired Wah Pedal Specs:
||1 x Instrument
||1 x 1/4"
|Power Supply Included
||1 x 9V