Purchased from: Ebay
Sound — 10
I play an Ibanez SZ520 with a Seymour Duncan JB in the bridge through a Peavey XXX tube amp. The tone is amazing. When looking for wahs, I found crybaby wahs to be very thin and week. This pedal is not at all so. It has a strong thick tone that really cuts through and adds and edge to your lead parts. It always sound amazing, and has helped me to achieve a great tone on my solos and leads. It has the tremonti tone, which I find to be perfect. I play creed, alter bridge, and many many other bands (GN'R, Led Zeppelin, SRV, etc.) and it suits everything. I've very very happy with it.
Overall Impression — 10
I play a huge variety of music, and this wah fits it all. It shines when in need of the "Tremonti tone." I've been playing for under 2 years, and the pedal really adds a kick to my leads. If it were stolen of lost, I would buy a new one right away. I love how it is auto on and off, just step on and off. I don't really like how the bass completely cuts out with it, so for that one second after the solo and back into the heavy parts, it sounds very thin. This just needs some careful timing. It is by far the best wah pedal out there. I love it and wouldn't want anything else.
Reliability & Durability — 10
It is a very dependable wah pedal. It withstands use very well, just get a power supply so there's no chance of the battery dying on you in the middle of a show. It is very dependable and always kicks in when needed. I wouldn't need a backup for this baby.
Ease of Use — 10
This pedal has the perfect wah tone. It is a perfect hyrbird of new and classic sound, and will suit all your needs. It has the easy step on step off design, which makes transitions between its use a breeze. The gain boost also helps alot to really bring out your solo.