Wah-Wah Pedal reviews— 22 total
22 user reviews of Wah-Wah Pedal by Vox
If this was stolen/broken, I would either get this or the Big Bad Wah pedal for greater versatility.
This a great for everything that could use a wah exept metal.
I use it as a wah for mostly classic rock things, but as a treble booster I use it everywhere.
This pedal isn't good with a lot of distortion and or gain.
I tried this and the Steve Vai Bad Horsie, I liked the sound more from the Vox, also the Vox...
I really like this because it's good with distortion.
This is a great match for it. It gives me the tones I want for classic rock, and sounds great clean.
From what I'm told though, any Vox wah can be easily modified to have an ac adapter input.
Luckily I play in a rock covers band and it's perfect for Hendrix, Zeppelin and Cream.
The pedal fits perfectly with this style. I compared it to the Dunlop Crybaby and found the Vox superior in every way, better tone, wider sweep, it even looks better.
My friends gasp when I do any wah solo.
I've been playing for around 2 and a half years, and have acquired a lot of pedals, amps and guitars.
Been playing 5 years never seen a single effect nicer.
Good sound even when using pinch harmonics (like Zakk, or Tremonti) but it still sounds great in clean slow melodic...
Add a little distortion here or there but nonetheles.
With my band, we play a mix of rock, metal, punk, and the likes, and it would do the job...
I have been playing for 7 years now and I really enjoy playing with this pedal.
I play rock, and I solo a ton, and this pedal just fits my needs perfectly..
I know this seems like a short period of time but I have grown incredibly fast in my guitar playing.
I play mostly classic rock like Zeppelin and what not.
I've been playing for 2 years and I also own a Boss Ds-1 and a DigiTech Delay DDX.
If you play "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" without a wah, it sounds so great to hear it with it.