Price paid: $ 182.4
Purchased from: Buzz Music
Sound — 5
The amp I am using at the moment is a Laney GH50L and 4x12 cabinet. The guitars that I primarily am playing with it are an Epiphone SG Custom (tuned to D) and a Gibson Tony Iommi SG (tuned to C#). It is not noisy at all but the sound sucks. The wah is so weak when you add heavy distortion to the sound. However clean sounds it handles pretty well but because I play Black Sabbath there is gonna be alot of distortion there and this wah can't really handle it. That's why I am going to get a Parachute Wah. It is a remake of the old Tychobrahe Parapedal Wah, it sounds good with lots of distortion behind it.
Overall Impression — 5
This is not really what I am looking for in a wah pedal. It is a good pedal but just not what I want it for. I have been playing for 6 years now and I have been looking for a good wah tone for ages. I also own a Vox Wah and a Zakk Wylde Wah. The only way to get the wah that I want is to get a Parachute Wah. If it were lost or stolen I wouldn't get it again.
Reliability & Durability — 8
I could depend on it if I had to. It is a very sturdy pedal, as all Dunlop pedals are. I would not use it at a gig though.
Ease of Use — 9
It is a wah just put a battery in plug it to your amp and guitar and rock it. It did come with a manual and an MXR catalogue.