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Ibanez WD7 Weeping Demon Wah Pedal
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- Range switch for switching between low and high frequency response. Range fine tuning allows fine tuning within either the low and high range switch settings
- In the auto switch mode, you can set the effect-off either on standard instant-off when the pedal is returned to the full upright position or a delayed-off by turning the control clockwise
- Changes the mode so the effect can be turned on and off with the footswitch or with the auto switch (effect turns off when pedal is in the upright position)
- Allows on-off switching of the effect independent of the footboard when the mode lever is in the footswitch mode
- Adjusts the tension of the footboard return-spring in the auto switch mode. Turn clockwise for more footboard resistance; counter clockwise for a looser feel
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|Item Dimensions||2.5 x 10 x 4 in||12 x 8 x 12 in||2.5 x 10 x 4 in||4.9 x 10.9 x 3.5 in||4.4 x 9.75 x 3.4 in||4.72 x 10 x 3.9 in|
The Ibanez Weeping Demon's shrieks, cries, wails, and seductive siren songs will have your audience screaming for more. Among its features are spring and normal footboard action, selectable wah range, and fine tuning controls.
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Ibanez WD7 Wah
Well built with a metal frame. The rocker-pedal is tough and the hinge seems to be durable. I'm hoping it will last 40 years old.
All the controls have been well placed and they work well with a simplicity in adjustment. The battery is easily accessed without the need for tools or knobs to turn. There is a nice range adjustment so the user can choose where the wah swell starts and ends.
Gunmetal and black. The rocker-pedal has a modern appearance too.
Very good. No buzz. No depletion of tone(no tone suck). Adjust the controls and get some nice funky rhythm, play with some feedback or with anything in between.
It's going to take a lot of motivation to repair my Wah Fuzz now... Maybe when I have to play some Jimi Hendrix.
Excellent! I paid $97 USD
Excellent purchase and Guitars and Gear kept the delivery promise in time.
One of the best wah-wahs I've tried, extremely versatile.
Optional auto switch mode is a must. When using in normal switch mode, the button (a large rectangular one) is located in the right side of the pedal, avoiding turning it on or off while playing.
I've owned a Morley before and thought it had a resistant case... that's true, but Weeping Demon is even better.
I definitely recommend it to play rock and metal.
Only one: it's biiiiiig.
If you're a bassist and a guitarist, I absoutely cannot recommend a pedal that offers as much tonal variety as this pedal. I honestly hate using pedals, but this pedal just WORKS, ya know? I'm keeping this baby until it does out on me someday. And then, I'll buy another.
Buy this pedal. You will LOVE it. If you're still hesitant, go on youtube and look up some reviews until you're sure. Peace out~ :)
The pedal itself rocks back and forth in a really comfortable way. Just because it isn't the thick black look of a Crybaby or Vox doesn't mean you're losing comfort or familiarity -- this thing feels the way a wah pedal should feel.
Eighteen years of playing and this is the best one-hundred and nine bucks I've ever spent on my pedal board.