Purchased from: Guitar Center
Sound — 10
I'm using it with a Squier Strat, and a Squier amp. It is only noisy when you put the level on 5 and the others on 10 with the range on high. I think they always sound good but on one setting it is kind of weak. I can get the sound of Jimi Hendrix out of it, even though he used a Crybaby classic.
Overall Impression — 10
I play like '80s stuff like Rush, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, all that kind of stuff, I think it's a good match because they use wah wah pedals. I have been playing for three months. But I played before alot. When I was younger I played for a year and quit. Nothing I wish I asked before buying it. I love the look. I hate nothing about it. My favorite feature is the auto Switch mode. There is a spring on it and it holds it back when your done rocking it back and forth and turns off automaticly. To use the auto Switch mode you have to flip a big lever on the left side of the pedel. If it were stolen or something I would buy a new one because this thing is amazing. I compared it to the crybaby and I chose this one because it looked and sounded better than the crybaby in my opinion. it's got everything I wanted in a wah-wah pedal.
Reliability & Durability — 10
Yes, because I've had it for a while and nothing has gone wrong with it yet. It is all metal and looks pretty tough. I haven't dropped it or anything yet so I don't know if it will break if that happens. If I was good enough at guitar to play a gig I would use it without a backup. The sound has never faded it's always sounded good whenever I played it.
Ease of Use — 9
The settings on the Weeping Demon when it comes out of the box is like a standard wah-wah sound. The manual is kind of hard to use because you see more diffrent languages than englash. But when you look at a section in the manual, the first language is english. There are a bunch of things you can change as far as settings and sound settings so it's kind of confusing.