#1
Hey people!
I just bought Maxon ROD881 Distortion, and it has great sound.
But when I turn on wah pedal, sound looses lots of tone. I had no similar problems with other distortions before. I tried other wah pedal and even plugged wah-pedal and distortion in effect loop. Nothing changed.
Did you have some similar problems or whatsoever?
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#5
One is Jim Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah and it doesn't have true bypass. Other is Behringer Hell Babe Wah and it has a bypass, but the result is same.
When I turn wah on, I have only highest and lowest frequencies - those in the middle get lost.
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Josip Pesut
#6
It is probably your wah. Also, I find putting the wah before everything else usually gives best tonal clarity.
#7
A wah is a type of frequency filter, so it is going to sound different when the wah is engaged. It cuts and adds treble depending on the position of the wah.
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