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Online Guide Wah Pedals
Conclusion

 

To recap, let’s summarise the points you might want to consider when choosing your next
WahA general term for a device which modulates the sound of an instrument or voice to produce an effect that sounds like 'wah, wah' (sometimes described as a crying effect). The commonest devices are the wah mute, which is placed on the bell of a trumpet or other brass instrument and moved to produce the wah effect, and the wah-wah pedal, which applies the effect (via a rocking foot motion) to an instrument sound (typically electric guitar).
wah
pedal:

  • Sound - will it suit your playing style?

  • Pedal travel - what’s the friction like and can it be adjusted?

  • Colour - will it be easily visible on a dark stage?

  • LEDLight Emitting Diode: an electronic component that emits a narrow spectrum of light (single colour) when an electric current flows through it, used for many display/indicator applications including instrument panels, power indicator lights, audio meters and flat panel displays. Like all diodes, LEDs allow current to pass in one direction only.
    LED
    indicator
    - very useful for knowing whether the effect is bypassed or not, but they do drain batteries.

  • Ease of battery change - is there a special battery compartment with a clip, or will you have to remove the whole underside panel?

  • Power supply - consider the connector type and voltage
    PolarityDescribes the arrangement of positive and negative electrical signals in various contexts. For DC power connections, the term describes which part of the connector is positive and which is negative. Inverting the polarity of an AC signal (such as sound) swaps the positive and negative parts of the waveform around, effectively inverting its phase.
    polarity
    - if you wish to put together a pedal board consisting of stomps from different manufacturers, you may need multiple PSUs.

  • Input/output connectors - most
    WahA general term for a device which modulates the sound of an instrument or voice to produce an effect that sounds like 'wah, wah' (sometimes described as a crying effect). The commonest devices are the wah mute, which is placed on the bell of a trumpet or other brass instrument and moved to produce the wah effect, and the wah-wah pedal, which applies the effect (via a rocking foot motion) to an instrument sound (typically electric guitar).
    wah
    units have the connectors on the sides, but some have them at the front. The latter makes for a neater patching
    ArrangementSetting of a piece of music. An arrangement can add details omitted by the composer, or may replace those originally notated and be merely based on the original work.
    arrangement
    , as some pedals disagree as to whether the input and output connectors should be on the left or right hand sides respectively - this can be a problem for ‘left footed’ players.

  • Switching - toe or side, silent or true bypass?

  • Maintenance -
    PotentiometerA variable resistor, usually in the form of a rotary knob, used to attenuate an electronic signal, most often for the purpose of volume or tone control.
    potentiometer
    , Hall-effect or optical?

  • Adjustability - range, Q, and boost?

  • Digital - are there multiple sound options and memory locations?

Don’t forget that we offer a 30 day no-quibble money back guarantee, giving you the opportunity to make sure the pedal sounds right for you and fits in with your setup.

Thanks for taking the time to read this Online Advisor, we hope it has left you feeling more informed that when you started reading. Now get that foot into gear and start to wokka-chicca!

 

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[Conteúdo] [What is a Wah-Wah?] [The Classics] [Filter Design] [Pedal Action] [Pedal Feel] [Switching] [Special types] [Where in the Signal Chain?] [Digital Products] [Multi-Fx] [Playing Techniques] [Auto-Wah] [Conclusion] [Feedback]
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