Submitted by Spiff from Germany (54 points) on May 30, 2004
Looks like a fixed wah at first, but it's more. You should try this out with a short clean signal at first, to find out what it does.
With the frequency you choose the Frequency, pretty simple, then there's teh balance knob which let's you mix dry and processed signal. The colour button doesn'T change to much, ithink it might change the quality of the filter. Then there's the multipeak. Turning it on sounds somewhat like a really short delay with lots of feedback.
It's a great pedal to put in front of a pedal that has a tracker, like a guitar synth box, a buzz box or an octaver. The filter can really confuse the tracker.
Good Points: Solid metal construction, good footswitch, interesting filter, different from a fixed wah
Bad Points: people see to tend to loose the battery covers
Submitted by Beavis from Afghanistan (254 points) on Feb 14, 2003
Plug this in for Micheal Jackson's signature tone!!!!
Im joking of coarse. Basically a fixed wah, 4 knobs, 2 of which are mix and frequency, the other 2 seem to do very little. Unless u like fixed wah sounds pretty useless unless used for processing recorded signals
Good Points: Can makes very wierd sounds, but one dimensional. Well made, rare