The Clyde Deluxe Wah Pedal is the updated version of a Fulltone standard. The Deluxe version of the Clyde wah has all the features that players have come to know and love about the original, but now it has a 10-step variable input level control, i...
You can see the Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah in the picture which I included on the left. This is a photo of one of Brad's pedalboards when he was still with Third Day. You can have a better look at this pedalboard here. The Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah is the second pedal from the right, bottom row. You can have a closer look at this pedal here. On this image you can clearly see all of the pedal's knobs and controls.more
The Clyde Deluxe Wah Pedal is the updated version of a Fulltone standard. The Deluxe version of the Clyde wah has all the features that players have come to know and love about the original, but now it has a 10-step variable input level control, it's true-bypass with a bright side-viewable low-current pilot light status indicator, and has 3 selectable modes: Wacked, Jimi, and Shaft.
The Wah Pedal's 3-way mode switch and variable input control pot will let you dial in almost any type of wah sound you can imagine. All the way from classic Voodoo Chile to biting funk to down-and-dirty low-end grunt. The Fulltone Clyde Deluxe can do it all.
Dials up your wah tone of choice with 3 selectable modes.
A versatile, well built, flexible and most importantly great sounding wah. I have a Dunlop, but this is always on my pedal board. I don't use wah a lot, but it's easy to get hooked on this pedal, it's excellent
Mine Clyde Deluxe is a limited edition (in white).Older version without a switchable JFET buffer. Sounds great! 10-step Variable Input Level Control True-Bypass w/ bright side-viewable low current Pilot light status indicator 3 selectable modes: Wacked Jimi" (Clyde Standard) Shaft
Fulltone makes great stuff. The Clyde Deluxe is packed with cool features- three different wah styles (Hendrix, funk, and their own take), a switchable JFET buffer to make it fuzz friendly, and a resonance trimmer (to adjust bass response and gain) mounted on the circuit board.
Its built like a tank, has heavy duty pots, and an easily adjustable treadle. However, its a $200 wah pedal. Unless you're REALLY into wah or don't care about money, you should probably get a CryBaby and spend the other $150 on more gear. The response on the Clyde is better than the CryBaby. You get more pedal travel over the range of the effect, making it easier to control. But its a lot of money for a wah, no matter how well its made.
The Wah Pedal's 3-way mode switch and variable input control pot will let you dial in almost any type of wah sound you can imagine.
I used Dunlop wahs like everyone else for years wondering why I never got those killer wah sounds people like Robin Trower got...it was the crap Dunlop!!! I learned how to get better tones out of one and started modding Dunlop wahs. i did a very good job, but there's only so much one can do using a crap wah to mod in the first place. Heard about Fulltone, checked out the Clyde...fell in love with it and got the Deluxe and I still use it!