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A legendary wah for guitar and bass, now upgraded with modern tweaks.
There's nothing like the sound of a classic wah pedal to squeeze every ounce of expression out of a screaming solo or rhythm part. The Ibanez WH10V2 was a hit when it was first released in the '80s and now it's back as the WH10V2 Classic Reissue Wah, and it's even better.
The WH10V2 Classic Reissue Wah features the same multiple-feedback op-amp circuit as the original, a feature rarely found in today's wah pedals. Bass/Gtr switch optimizes for either instrument, while a depth knob controls the level of the wah effect and a dry out lets you mix your dry signal with the wah sound. The WH10V2 has a unique tonal character that sets it apart from traditional wah pedals, as well as some modern tweaks so your sound can keep with the times.
Among the WH10V2 Classic Reissue Wah's other upgrades is die-cast metal construction, replacing the original plastic case, ensuring longevity and a solid feel.
- Multiple feedback opamp circuit
- Depth knob (+6 to +20dB)
- Range switch: Guitar 350Hz - 2.2kHz, Bass 175Hz - 1.1kHz
- Dry out
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I've owned this since it came out years ago. I just own that first model and not the recent revisions.
I never loved this pedal. I tried it again because everyone says it's great due to someone big using it. It's still not great.
The fuzz option (the marketing that made me buy it as a kid) is 100% useless noise and I can't imagine anyone ever turning that on.
It's hard to say what my issue is other than I don't like the results of using it. It sounds robotic, processed and not organic to my ears. Your own results may vary.
Frusciante yes, but not only.
It's not easy to control and to use it on a pedalboard, but in the right situation it's a killer wah! It has an incredible boost power and a crazy synth sound that it's not easy to describe. I love this wah, but it's not for all players and it's not for all the situations.