Price paid: $ 129
Purchased from: Sam Ash
Sound — 7
I use an Epiphone les paul, a strat knock-off, and a Dean razorback v standard on a Line 6 Spider III amp. Sounds great on any setting, but on high distortion, the lows tend to be faded out, so turn up the bass. Personally I use this pedal for everything I need a wah for. Funk, some jazz, rock solos. Where this pedal really shines is playing classic shred, such as Joe Satriani surfing with the alien. Now you can get classic tones that wont break the bank. Good job Dunlop!
Overall Impression — 9
I have tried many other wah pedals, and this one recreates the Jimi Hendrix Voodoo the best. I would definitly buy this product again. This is a great Dunlop product and I love the very crybaby tone it has to it. I have been playing since I was 7, and upgrading ever since. Overall it's a great pedal and a must have. Overall impression: very satisfied.
Reliability & Durability — 8
I definitly depend on this and the few times I've been gigging with it, it has worked like a charm. I can't wait to try it with the Jimi Hendrix Fuzz Face (Dunlop). It's very reliable and durable (I have dropped it a few times). Just don't use it with batteries and you should be fine.
Ease of Use — 10
This pedal is the best wah I have used yet. It gives you great Jimi vibe tones, and is much better and worth the extra $ than the Dunlop Jimi Hendrix wah revurb for 69.99. This is my first wah that I have actually bought, not just played, and it is great and worth the price. However, a Boss psa will not work (the newer ones anyways) to plug this pedal in. A one-spot works like a charm. Don't use 9volt batteries on this, they are drained really fast. This is an easy to use, no fancy extras, wah pedal. Back is the starting, then hitting a note and rocking it forward produces a wah. Simple as that!