Sound — 9
I'm using my wah in line with an Ibanez Phat Hed bass distortion, playing a Cort GB 34 bass through a Laney RB4 amp. It can Take a while to dial-in exactly the tone you want, but it's worth experimenting with it as it has a wide range of wah-type noises in there! there's even a Switch on it for bass guitars. It had an auto-wah feature, with a spring loaded pedal so you turn it on by simply moving your foot on it, without having to hit a button with your foot first. this feature can be switched off, but I like it - makes using the pedal a lot simpler (hey, im a bass player - I like simple!) works well placed after my distortion pedal in the signal chain.
Overall Impression — 8
I play a mixture of blues, rock, metal and funk, and the wah suits me perfectly. I compared it to a Dunlop crybaby bass, and thought the Ibanez was much better, in both quality and range of tones. If it was lost or stolen I would definitely buy another one, after finding the thief and skinning him alive. slowly. My favourite feature is definitely the auto-wah. soooo simple to use!
Reliability & Durability — 9
I've had the wah for about 6 months now, running off of an adapter, and it hasn't failed me yet. I use it in rehearsals at least 6 hours a week, as well as gigs most weekends. The only visible signs of wear and tear are the rubber stoppers under each end of the pedal - they're starting to look a bit torn up, but its not effecting the pedal in any way. yet.
Ease of Use — 7
The WD7 is a little complicated at first, having quite a few different controls to get used to, but after a bit of fiddling i got it to work really well with my bass guitar. there is a manual, giving very straightforward instructions for each of the dials, as well as a few tips.