The Electro Harmonix Wailer Wah Guitar Effects Pedal features the sound of EHX's award-winning Crying Tone Wah in a road-ready yet lightweight design. Not only is this a pedalboard friendly piece of brilliance, it is also highly affordable so that we can all take advantage of its superb tones.
Classic Wah playing feel
The Electro Harmonix Wailer Wah Guitar Effects Pedal adheres to the traditional rack and pinion-style operating mechanism, allowing you to infuse your tone with a purely individualistic gracefulness. The highly responsive design creates a potentiometer-swept pedal that enables you to rock and cock your wah sound with ease.
Getting started couldn't be easier. Simply connect your guitar to the input jack, and connect your output to your amp or the next pedal in your chain. All you need is either a standard centre-negative 9VDC power supply or 9V battery, and you're good to go. The footswitch lies under the toe section of the pedal, so simply press down to trigger the effect. When not in use, EHX have designed the Wailer Wah with True Bypass circuitry, preserving your guitar's dry tone in all its glory.
Rocking back and forth on the Wailer Wah feels smooth and offers a generous filter sweep to play with. As well as attenuating the filter, you can also "Cock" the wah. When you find a sweet spot in the filter, simply take your foot of the pedal whilst it is still in position so that the effect remains fixed.
Solid EHX construction
As we've come to expect, Electro Harmonix have built the Wailing Wah to take the abuse that comes with life on the road. Built from a rugged and resilient polymer, you can rest assured that clumsy footwork will be forgiven during energetic gigs. Not only that, but weighing in at a mere 1.5lbs, the Wailer Wah is a weight save for your pedalboard.
Manufacturer Electro Harmonix Model Wailer Wah Guitar Effects Pedal Dimensions (H x W x D) 75.25 x 87 x 252 mm Impedance Input: 1 MOhm
9V DC Input
Current Draw 6mA Included Accessories 9-Volt battery
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