Park Wah Swell Pedal Review

Both listeners of rock music and guitar players have been fascinated with wah pedals for a very long time now. Of course, it is required to know how to apply it well in your music, but it's still one of the most important effects that you'll find in one guitar player's signal chain. That sweet…

DigiTech X-Series Synth Wah Envelope Filter Review

There's a lot of different stuff that you can find on an average pedalboard these days. Modulation effects, wahs, distortions, overdrives, echoes/delays, reverbs, all put in various different orders to create unique voices for countless guitar players all over the world. There are, however, certain pedals that are so unique that they create a recognizable…

Dunlop Cry Baby DCR-2SR Rack Module Review

The wah effect is, without any doubts, one of the most important parts of one player's effects chain. Giving musicians their own unique voice in a way, the quality of the wah effect has become mostly subjective, as each individual player has their own preferences. At the same time, the ones that give most expressiveness…
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Boss AW-3 Dynamic Wah Review

It's not uncommon for guitar players to obsess with pedals. After all, it gives new dimensions to your sound and allows you to better express yourself through your instrument. And, above all – it's just fun. Now, we could argue about what the most fun type of guitar pedal is, but for us wah is…
Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby Wah Guitar Effects Pedal review

Dunlop GCB95 Crybaby Wah Pedal Review

  First released in the 1960’s the wah-wah pedal has become an integral piece of equipment for any aspiring guitarist. Legends such as Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai, Kirk Hammet and Slash have all utilized the unique sound and tone of this classic piece of gear. Dunlop’s GCB-95 is a fine example of such a pedal,…