The Wah Pedal was accidentally created in 1966 after a circuit redesign for a Vox amp didn't go exactly as planned.
What eventuated was a sound that had instant appeal to the electric engineers, prompting them to file a patent for the unique effect.
Since then, the Wah has become a popular mainstream with artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Dimebag Darrell & John Frusciante. No true guitarist can deny the talent of a good Wah pedal, and if you want to bring up a song out of muddy waters, you can't beat it.
There's a plethora of Wah pedals available these days, with some trusty models like the Dunlop Cry Baby, and a lot of smaller, specialised brands. See if you can try a few Wah Pedals at your local music store, as they all have a unique sound.
You'll find a selection of Wah Pedals below. Simply click on any Pedal for more information.
|MORLEY GEORGE LYNCH DRAGON II 2 ...|
|MORLEY MARK TREMONTI WAH PEDAL W...|
|XOTIC XW 1 BOUTIQUE WAH PEDAL |
|DUNLOP DIMEBAG DB 01 CRYBABY FRO...|
|DUNLOP CBM105Q CRY BABY MINI BAS...|
|FULLTONE CLYDE WAH PEDAL |
|DUNLOP SLASH CRY BABY WAH PEDAL|
|DUNLOP JC95 JERRY CANTRELL SIGNA...|
|ELECTRO HARMONIX TALKING PEDAL V... |