It sounds fantastic and it's well made. It's of sturdy, solid, all metal constuction and looks/feels as though it has been designed and built to high quality standards. The on/off switch is silent and needs a good positive action, enough to prevent accidental operation while using the pedal, yet not so much that it's hard to operate. There's an internal swich which allows the user to select true bypass if required. Fender refer to it as 'buffered' or 'classic'. There's a red LED on/off indicator. Apart from the usual effect, I often use it as a 'tone adjustment' device and to find that 'sweet spot' for feedback sustain.
As with most things, preferences can often be down to personal taste and while perhaps someone could of course say that that they might prefer for some other pedal, I fail to understand how anyone could possibly dislike the Fender FWP-1 pedal.
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Snaps just before the end position
The Fender WahWah unfortunately crackes just before the end position, always, when the movable, silver colored part of the pedal touches the switch (but not yet pressed). Fender seems to be a mass problem, which Fender probably already recognized, because the pedal is already connected by means of an earth cable to the floor tub. Unfortunately, this measure does not bring much ... Otherwise, the WahWah sounds good, quite comparable to those of Dunlop.
Supplement after a few months in use: Had sent the WahWah for scratches and malfunctions in the bypass operation for repair. Unfortunately, the Thomann repair service could not find a fault and returned it exactly as it was. Really a pity, because the error continues ... (and he is not in my wiring!).
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