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Jim Dunlop SW95 Slash Wah Wah Effects Pedal

Jim Dunlop SW95 Slash Wah Wah Effects Pedal
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Jim Dunlop SW95 Slash Wah Wah Effects Pedal


Like the man himself, the Slash Wah from Dunlop is both revolutionary and classic, right down to its hot rod metallic red finish and cutting edge circuit design. The Slash Wah deploys a searing high gain distortion coupled with the Fasel-loaded Classic circuit for instant lead tone that not only cuts through, but sings with a sweet and lush top end. Convenient LEDs indicate distortion on/off and wah on/off modes, so there's no more guessing game every time you put your foot down. And with the batteries readily accessible from the top of the rocker pedal, you don't have to fumble with a screwdriver when it's time to re-power. So get your boot on a Dunlop Slash Wah. Top hat not included.


Q: Why does my DD11 Dime Distortion/ SW95 Slash Wah have feedback?
A: Due to the high amount of gain in the distortion circuit, internal feedback can occur if the Volume, Gain, and/or EQ sections are turned up too high. Decrease gain or volume and the feedback should stop.
Q: What are the differences between the different Wah pedals?
A: To understand the differences between the different wah wah pedals, it's important to understand how the wah works. The wah wah pedal selects a portion of your sound, filters it and then accentuates it. The rest of the sound is reduced. Technicians refer to this concept as the bandpass filter.

When you move the rocker up and down, the rocker turns the potentiometer. The potentiometer accentuates a tiny portion of the sound within the range that has been selected. When you put the toe down, your higher frequencies are accentuated. When you put the heel down, your lower frequencies are accentuated. When the rocker is moved up and down, you move between the lower and higher frequencies within the range you have selected.

GCB95 Crybaby Wah Wah
When people talk about wah pedals, they’re talking about the Crybaby. This is the one that created some of the most timeless sound in rock.

GCB95F Crybaby Classic Wah Wah
The GCB-95F comes loaded with the legendary Fasel inductor, which instantly gives you the sound of the classic 60s wahs that are considered the holy grail of wah tone.

535Q Crybaby Multi-Wah
The 535Q is the answer to every guitar player's wah dream. This pedal allows you to select from 6 different frequency range selections, ranging from the high of the Original Crybaby to the low of the Bass Crybaby, and comes loaded with the legendary Fasel inductor.

95Q Crybaby Wah Wah
We’ve taken the original Crybaby and added three of our most popular upgrades: the famous “Q” control; Volume boost for up to 15dB of added gain; and our auto return function that automatically engages the effect when you place your foot on the pedal.

ZW-45 Zakk Wylde Signature Wah
With guts that that have been finely tuned to Zakk’s specs, this wah is specially voiced to deliver extra thick and cutting tones and comes loaded with the legendary Fasel inductor.

DB01 Dimebag Signature Wah
This might be the most flexible and powerful wah pedal ever. The DB-01 has an extended sweep range with a fine tune knob, 6-way range selector, kick in volume boost, LED indicator and loaded with the legendary Fasel inductor.

105Q Crybaby Bass Wah
The 105Q selects a frequency range on the lower end to modify the bass tones that are played with the bass guitar.

GCB-80 High Gain Volume Pedal
The GCB-80 is the gold standard of volume controllers. Quiet operation and heavy-duty construction combined with a 1 million cycle taper potentiometer give a player the most delicate control ever.

EW95V Mister Crybaby Super Volume Wah
This wah has both a wah mode, with a wah similar to the Original Crybaby and a boost mode, which offers a 16dB adjustable boost.

JH1D Jimi Hendrix Wah Wah (Formerly JH-1 and JH-1B)
The JH-1 is an altered GCB95. Legend has it that before Jimi used his Crybaby pedal, he would have his tech alter it so that the frequency range selected would be at a slightly lower-pitch. This pedal has a fatter, more open sound than the GCB95.

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