#1
I admit I don't know much about wah pedals but can anyone answer me why people custmomise wah's does it ake them better or easier to use, all responses appreciated.
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#2
wah wah pedals bend the signal/frequency so they can adjust it to bend more/less, give it true bypass if it doesnt have it, add some sort of boost to it, etc. they just add stuff people like.
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#3
To make them fit the needs of the person.

People mod to make the sound different/better.
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#4
Some people prefer the sound of the old Thomas Organ Crybaby and/or the original Vox wah pedals that were released in the late 60's and 70's. Modding their wah is cheaper than finding and buying the originals.
#5
I certainly think that a true-bypass mod would help my wah the most. Its a real tone-sucker. Fortunately the BBE helps with that somewhat, but I think I should do it someday.
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