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  1. RMC RMC7-WALSH Joe Walsh Signature Wah Guitar Effect Pedal
    RMC RMC7-WALSH Joe Walsh Signature Wah Guitar Effect Pedal
    $235.00

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    RMC RMC7-WALSH Joe Walsh Signature Wah Guitar Effect Pedal

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  2. Dunlop Cry Baby Wah Wah Guitar Effect Pedal
    Dunlop Cry Baby Wah Wah Guitar Effect Pedal

    $114.99

    $79.99

    Dunlop GCB95 Original Crybaby Wah Pedal Learn More
  3. Dunlop Crybaby Multi Wah - Black
    Dunlop Crybaby Multi Wah - Black

    $214.28

    $149.99

    CRYBABY MULTI WAH BLACK

    The 535Q is the Swiss Army knife of wah pedals. It provides control over the most important wah parameters, making it easy for you to create your ultimate wah tone. Select the frequency center of the effect, then dial in the frequency range to be swept by the pedal. From narrow and sharp to broad and subtle, this amazing wah can deliver it. Once you've got your sound, make sure it gets heard with the adjustable, switchable boost that can create endless sustain on any note.

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  4. Fulltone Custom New! CS-WF WahFull Fixed Wah Effect Pedal
    Fulltone Custom New! CS-WF WahFull Fixed Wah Effect Pedal

    $225.00

    $191.25

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    Fulltone Custom New! CS-WF WahFull Fixed Wah Effect Pedal

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  5. ZVex Seek Wah II Hand-Painted Guitar Effects Pedal (SW-PAINTED)
    ZVex Seek Wah II Hand-Painted Guitar Effects Pedal (SW-PAINTED)
    $329.00

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    Seek Wah 2 Hand-Painted Guitar Effects Pedal (SW-PAINTED) 

    The Seek-Wah II from ZVex is sort of a combination of a tremolo and a wah-wah pedal. If you're familiar with seventies synths, it's exactly like an analog sequencer controlling a mellow bandpass filter. It gives you a choice between 4, 6, or 8 steps for your wah. The 6-step positions work well with 6/8 or 3/4 time songs. The Seek-Wah steps through one wah setting to another and starts over after it gets to the end of the sequence. It features a total of 9 knobs, the leftmost being a speed control, and the other being wah settings, which get brighter when you turn them to the left. You can set up patterns, which accentuate notes in arpeggiated chords at particular spots. - Note: Due to the nature of each hand-painted Seek Wah II pedal, there may be a slight difference in design from the posted image. - Hand-painted artwork Controls:Speed (tempo)8 wah settings for sequencer8 LED's - Switch for 4, 6, or 8 total steps - True Bypass stomp switch

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  6. Dunlop 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah Pedal - White
    Dunlop 105Q Cry Baby Bass Wah Pedal - White

    $185.70

    $129.99

    Dunlop 105Q Ultimate Bass Wah Effects Pedal

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  7. Boss AW-3 Dynamic Wah Guitar Effect Pedal
  8. ZVex Vexter Series Wah Probe Guitar Effects Pedal (VWP)
    ZVex Vexter Series Wah Probe Guitar Effects Pedal (VWP)
    $219.00

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    Vexter Serries Wah Probe Guitar Effects Pedal (VWP)

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  9. Vox Hand-Wired Wah Wah Pedal
    Vox Hand-Wired Wah Wah Pedal

    $329.99

    $199.99

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    Hand-Wired Wah Wah Pedal

    A premium rebirth of the classic VOX 846 Wah Wah.

    The legendary V846 is back, and it’s better than ever. Introducing the V846-HW: The ultimate Wah Wah pedal for the tone enthusiast, featuring hand-wired turret board construction and premium components.

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  10. ZVex Ooh Wah 2 Hand-Painted Guitar Effects Pedal (OW-PAINTED)
    ZVex Ooh Wah 2 Hand-Painted Guitar Effects Pedal (OW-PAINTED)
    $379.00

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    Ooh Wah 2 Hand-Painted Guitar Effects Pedal (OW-PAINTED)    

    Part sequencer, part wah-wah, part tremolo. Put it together and you have the Ooh Wah II guitar effects pedal, a mind-bending Zvex pedal. The lights of the wah pedal are all going in a row signifies the seek mode...step on the random switch to put it in random mode. The notch in each knob helps with referencing the position, and an LED by each wah control shows which sequencer stage is active and by it's brightness, the wah setting. The ZVex Ooh-Wah II is sort of a combination of a tremolo and a wah wah pedal. If you're familiar with seventies synths, it's exactly like an analog sequencer/random sample-and-hold, controlling a mellow bandpass filter. You have a choice between 4, 6, or 8 steps/channels for your wah.
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