#1
Everytime i go to use my wah it just makes a high pitch siren sorta noise

battery dying?

I don't have a spare so i can't test but wtf?
#2
is your guitar going in the right side and coming out he left? if you plug it in backwards (guitar going in the left side, amp plugges into the right), then you'll get high pitched noises.
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#3
your just plugging it in backwards.
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#4
use it in a song man



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#5
man i got the exact same pedal and that happened to me twice. Once i put the cables in backwards, the other time i was playing outside and it was really friggin cold and it made the siren sound, so maybe if you play outside when its cold thats why its happening otherwise the cables are backwards
#6
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is your guitar going in the right side and coming out he left? if you plug it in backwards (guitar going in the left side, amp plugges into the right), then you'll get high pitched noises.

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#8
Yep cables were backwards i think

Didn't even notice lolz silly me

Altho now i want to try somehow use it in a song >_>
#9
Quote by BoL7z
Yep cables were backwards i think

Didn't even notice lolz silly me

Altho now i want to try somehow use it in a song >_>

David Gilmour used that setup in "Echoes". yo can also manipulate the speed and pitch of the feedback my fiddling with your Volume and Tone knobs, as well as your pickup selector.
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