"I think the one thing he does like about this pedal is the versatility. It's the fact that it has different circuits, like on the side. If you look down on the left hand side there will be like a reference to Hendrix, a reference to Clapton and then a Shaft thing. So basically it's two cry babies and a wah. The one thing that is really interesting that I really appreciate is that he still cares about his tone. So he'll get down and start tinkering, even right in the middle of the set, if it sounded great during sound check. But now there's people around and he's really going up. So it may not be the same type of vibe so he changes it up," says Jeff Beck's guitar tech.more
Aaron North about the Snarling Dog "Super Bawl whine-o" wah pedal, admist a post made December 07, 2009.... "These have been the only wah pedals I've used on stage or in the studio for the last 8 or 9 years. This particular pedal was one that was impossible to be housed off-stage, and controlled via midi with Nails... So I had a rotation of a few of these going, which would all receive endless amounts of abuse night after night up there on stage with me. Again, I don't know which songs I DIDN'T use this pedal on. The first note you can hear me play on the "Beside You In Time" dvd, on "Love Is Not Enough", is me using this pedal. Practically every "solo" utilized this thing as well. "Gave Up", "Closer", "You Know What You Are?", "Starf---ers", "Ruiner", "Non-Entity"... and on and on all featured this pedal quite prominently."more
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