From [the "Big Muff Users and Their Pedalboards" section of Kit Rae's Big Muff Page](http://www.kitrae.net/music/big_muff_users.html): > "Shown above: Jack White's NYC reissue Big Muff Pi Big Muff Pi (this first version was manufactured 2000-2001) from a November 2001 gig, with a Digitech Whammy-Wah. (...) His Digitech Whammy-Wah (later switched to a Digitech Whammy) was used for an octave-up effect. *'In my small pedal chain it’s the whammy first, then the Big Muff. What I like about the Whammy pedal is that it can raise my guitar an octave and what I like about the Big Muff is that it’s just distortion. I have them in that order because it’s not high-pitched distortion, but high pitch with distortion'*"more
"The first thing we go through is the XP-100, and I have a gain control on the back of that so if anybody's looking at all these pedals thinking 'You're gonna lose a lot of signal', you can get it back by just turning up the volume on the XP100." – Jim Otell (Munky's guitar tech) on the DigiTech XP-100 Whammy-Wahmore
Another of Scofield’s pedals, the Digitech Whammy-Wah is his, “favorite of the DigiTech ones,” (6:23). “Most people like the other whammy pedal I like this one,” he says. “I don't know. It's kind of a lot of different effects. The way I have is set up right now it's six presets I have a set for a couple of wahs that I use occasionally. The second is auto wah I use that a lot if you like that auto wah thing…I have a [pre]set so I can whammy down the whole set. That's kind of a whammy bar effect, but on the pedal. And then I use this preset which brings it up one octave. Then I have a [pre]set to go up two octaves if I want for some really ‘out’ type effect. And then this last preset that I have it's set so it's octave below, and the original note - like an octaver thing. That's kind of whammy bar effect but on the pedal…”more
"The Whammy Wah is like an old 90s pedal. I bought a couple of these because they keep breaking; I think they're just made for the studio, really, [...] the whammy effect is something that I use an awful lot just for texture and when [I'm] using a lot of delay and other stuff and it sounds really tasty. It's got some other stuff on there like auto-wahs and filters and stuff like that."more
As the de-facto lead guitarist, er mando-man, Kang bounces between his Ron Oates Custom 5-string Octave Mandolin or Walker Electric 5-string Octave Mandolin. To amplify his custom 5-strings, he cranks up a Two-Rock Custom Reverb and Groove Tubes D75 Power Amp through a Bogner 2x12 cab. His two-board setup boasts a DigiTech XP100 Whammy Wah, a Electro-Harmonix Micro Metal Muff, a Electro-Harmonix Micro POG, a Electro-Harmonix Micro Synth, a Electro-Harmonix Q-Tron, a Line 6 DL4, a Keeley Phaser, a Fulltone Full-Drive 2, a Keeley-modded Ibanez TS808 Tube Screamer, a Keeley Katana Clean Boost, a Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner, a Maxon Compressor, a Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, a Roland GR-33 Guitar Synth, a TC Electronic G-Force, a Sarno Music Solutions Steel Guitar Black Box, and the boxes are powered by a Voodoo Lab Ground Control and a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2+. And his uses various Elixir strings and Fender Extra Heavy picks.more
Yes it's true! IMO. Best whammy Digitech ever made. I use it for cool filter/wah effects and the whammy is...well....a whammy :-) Love it. It also can act as a real cool booster. I will never sell mine!
Decent wah/whammy (if u put a buffer in front of it to compensate the tone sucking) and try to mod it or get the job done for you to unlock the xp-300 weird sound palette without going bankrupt
this is not the whammy to have. It does the job if you want these effects. The DtoA conversion is atrocious and makes a sound all its own. The wah settings are really neat though. They don't sound right at all. And that's the charm... its like how lucky charms aren't REALLY marshmallows, you know?