Price paid: $ 90
Purchased from: Guitar Center
Sound — 10
I am currently playing an Epiphone Les Paul Standard through a Laney HCM10, and even with this small, practice amp it sounds great. It's a bit noisy on the treble setting unless you turn some knobs, then it's not noisy at all. Luckily I bought this with an AC Adapter, so dying batteries and weak sounds are not an issue. It easily replicates many wahs, you can go from a very funky wah to a Vintage wah in a snap.
Overall Impression — 10
I play blues, classic rock, prog rock, metal, and this pedal has no problems in any of those styles. I've been playing for almost 4 years and this is my first wah pedal, I've owned it for six months or so. If it were stolen, I would definitely buy this pedal again, you can't beat it in price, you can't beat it in tone, you can't beat it in flexibility, it's great.
Reliability & Durability — 10
It's a tank pedal. I could probably jump on it all day (not saying I will though) and it wouldn't break. It's almost entirely made of metal, except for a rugged plastic part which doesn't look like it might break. I would definitely use it without a backup.
Ease of Use — 10
This thing rocks. It has so many knobs that finding the tone you want is the easiest thing to do. Level, Q (for high frequencies), Lo (for low frequencies), Range Switch (from Guitar to Bass), Range Fine tuning (the frequency of the deepest pedal point, you know, "full wah"), auto-off delay, what more could you ask for?