Its expensive and runs on a battery, but what a sound! Its a classic pedal with an improved pot, it gives a good tonal range and the pedal distance of toe to heel is very good. This Vox Wah V846HW tone is different to the modern digital Wah tone of other Wah pedals - a modern tone is great too, it just depends what sort of tone you are after. The sound is of this Wah pedal is 'analogue' - a rich and vocal sound with enough top to work well through the Wah filter range.
Active pickups on guitars use batteries - why? Its because that a battery is able to give a pure signal with no noise, this makes sure the pedal gives the best sound that it is designed to give.
When you look inside this pedal, to fit the battery, its a piece of art, hand wired - sheer electronic beauty.
When you have this pedal you feel part of something great and classic, the sound is great and classic.
Dunlop vs vox? Way I see it - dunlop would be more subtle wah, woah waoh kind and vox is the wocka wacka one, both are great and good quality. I have both and prefer vox because I dont play wah that often on my shows and I want it to cut through the mix.
Honestly, it`s a very nice pedal, vox realy did it again but be careful, this is HANDWIRED in China. I bought it because I was tired of choices and I wanted a unique and a quality one that won`t brake down easy but when I read it was handwired in china it just breaks my little heart. What does that supposed to mean? It`s a good pedal, I realy do like it but HW in China? Cmon.
This runs on battery and battery only, there are no holes for a cable to manage its way in there, unless you cut open a hole which I won`t do. Or you can remove the whole bottom thing and leave it completly vurneable. Take 845 or 847 if you want more power options.
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