#1
Im getting a vox wah pedal they have the v487 and the cllde McCoy that includes a true bypass..what does that mean? Ok im editing becuz i just read all the details on the McCoy and i dont understand lol....Potentiometer..?
MY gear:
Ibanez Jetking II
Ibanez Acustic
Kustom lead III 2x12
Big muff Pi
Dunlop Original Crybaby
Last edited by electricblues at Feb 19, 2007,
#2
when you turn it off, there should be zero tone loss through it. Non true bypass pedals suck tone when they are switched off.
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#3
So like when im playing threw another pedal say my big muff...it wont sound as good?
MY gear:
Ibanez Jetking II
Ibanez Acustic
Kustom lead III 2x12
Big muff Pi
Dunlop Original Crybaby
#5
true bypass means that when the pedal is switched off it wont affect your tone at all
Geets:
Dean ML79 w/ OFR
Dean Razorback V
Washburn 2ST Stealth

Amps
Bugera 6260 212
Line 6 Toneport GX

Pedals/effects
Boss MT-2
ISP Decimator
#6
ok yea so does it suck it or not....
MY gear:
Ibanez Jetking II
Ibanez Acustic
Kustom lead III 2x12
Big muff Pi
Dunlop Original Crybaby
#7
Quote by electricblues
ok yea so does it suck it or not....


I have a V847 and I can't tell the difference with it off and in the chain and it out of the chain all together. If it does suck any tone while off and in your chain its so minute its not even worth worrying about.
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Gear:

1996 Les Paul Classic w/ Alnico II's
Marshall Jubilee 2550
Avatar 2x12..V30 and G12H
Vox V847 Wah
Assorted pedals