●100% Analog Volume/Wah 2 in 1 Pedal with a lightweight casing but yet truly Robust and Well-Built.
●Active Volume Control can keep away from Impedance Mismatch Troubles.
●Crybaby Style Vintage Wah Sound.
●Switch between Volume & Wah by the hidden Footswitch.
●Two LED light shows the working state of the pedal, indicating which mode the pedal is engaged with.
Specifications: Input Impedance(Volume Mode): 1M Ohms Output Resistance(Expression Mode): 100 Ohms Power: DC 9v center negative(not included) Current consumption: 22mA Dimensions: 148.5(D)×65.5(W)×61(H)mm Weight: 280g
Description: SONICAKE Expression Pedal VolWah is an active volume/wah pedal for those people who think that a full-size, metal-casing Wah pedal is heavy as balls and simply took too much space on the pedal board.
Pure analog circuit design combines an active volume and a vintage wah in 1 mini-sized pedal, which is extremely compact, a true space-saver for your crowded pedal board.
The volume part of the pedal is an active circuit, which would save you from a lot of trouble of impedance mismatch issues.
The wah part of the pedal is going after the iconic Crybaby style, vintage wah sound, which is dynamic and responsive, meanwhile employed widely by guitarist from all genres.
The pedal is made of hard plastic, with a lightweight casing but yet truly robust and well-built. Two LED light shows the working state of the pedal, indicating which mode the pedal is engaged with.
The pedal is overall about what I expected for the price. The wah is awesome and the volume pedal is adequate for delay swells as long as you set your delays right and have a fair amount of sustain from your instrument/a compressor sustainer. For the money it is amazing really. I needed something fast and inexpensive and it is nice that it is so small cause room on my board is scarce. If the range of the volume pot was a little more gradual that would be the only thing that I would improve on if possible.
.Small footprint on your pedalboard and works great as a volume or wha-wha pedal. Does it sound like a vintage Vox Wha? No, but most folks in the audience won't be that discerning. This pedal is built like a tank and if it should ever break of get stolen, I'll have another on by the end of the week.
I have to say I bought this with low expectations especially for a WaH Pedal I figure if it’s a decent volume pedal it’s so small it fits perfect on my little board didn’t really care about the WaH. I was totally surprised this thing is great the wah sounds great!! It does take a little bit of getting used to because it’s so small but once you dial it in it’s perfect just a cool little pedal
Works really well and really like the footprint on my board!
Coolest little pedal. Wah and volume in one great package!
This is a great pedal and does everything I needed. The only draw back was it didn't come with any power source or battery back up. Great pedal lousy way to sell a product without a power source.
This is a great buy for $66.00. The wah sounds great. I'm giving 4 stars only because the volume is not as controllable as I would like. It is a little tough to do volume swells (if that is something you do). Other than that it works great. I'm glad I got it. It does't feel or look cheap even though it doesn't have a metal body. I think it is a good buy for the money. I like the sonicake wah better than my Morley.
Handy, space-saving pedal that I carry (as a sound guy) to have available for guitarists when needed. Much smaller than a typical pedal, but it is easy-to-use and valuable as both a volume and a wah pedal. I found that it remembers which function it was set to when power is removed. The indicator lights cannot be easily seen by the user because they are under the pedal, but usually one simply uses their ear to hear what mode the pedal is in. So far, the pedal seems robust enough to be stepped on despite its compact size and light weight.
That's why pedal works and sounds great.
Big bang for the bucks
Awesome little vol/wah pedal doesn't take up a lot of space on pedalboard
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