The Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah-Wah Effects Pedal follows the original '60s design. But it uses modified circuitry to provide a more open (fatter) sound by lowering the frequency of the operating range. The Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah-Wah Effects Pedal us...
I use this baby for mostly Clapton, Cream or Blind Faith tunes, or just to jam in places where a Wah-Wah sounds good. Every now and then I attempt a pathetic version of Voodoo Chile but I have a lot of fun with it.
a buddy gave me this when I needed a wah for one part in a song and didn't have one. It sounds like a generic cry bay to me. Even with a vintage marshall, fuzzface, Octavia and strat it never did a bang up voodoo child or anything, but it got the job done for that one song while it was in the set, then I returned it. So I guess I didn't technically own it. I really didn't like the sound of this wah wah through my gear at the time and that gear was, incidentally very hendrixy