#2
i dont have the sanpera but as its amp powered effecrt i thought id comment.

i use a behringer fcb1010 with mine and now ive finally got it set up i must say the wah, although not perfect, is a lot better then i was expecting. i think the pitch shifter/whammy needs a bit of work but as the amp cost less then a decent whammy pedal im not going to complain.

atleast i wont be running out to get another wah pedal to replace it any time soon anyway
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#4
Quote by markjenkins1992
Thanks! was really looking for info about the sanpera wah tho. any1?

The Sanpera doesn't have a wah. The amp does, the pedal just provides a control signal.
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#5
Quote by Kanthras
The Sanpera doesn't have a wah. The amp does, the pedal just provides a control signal.


oh cool. in that case how is the wah on the peavey vypyr then? i have a boss me50 and the wah is crap
#6
Quote by markjenkins1992
oh cool. in that case how is the wah on the peavey vypyr then? i have a boss me50 and the wah is crap

For that I'll refer you to gtanny's post earlier. I don't have any experience with it.
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#7
Quote by Kanthras
For that I'll refer you to gtanny's post earlier. I don't have any experience with it.


oh i thought he was talking about a wah pedal. just realised that its a midi controler. thanks guys
#8
Here is the verdict acording to me.

The sanpera wah controls pros:
Universal (except on pitch shifter)
easy to use
with the sanpera as a whole good value
good sounding

cons:
Doesn't give a very wide range
no way to change its settings

rating: 7/10