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Vox Satriani Big Bad Wah Reviews

4.5 stars based on 5 customer reviews
  • from Marmaduke, AR February 12, 2012Music Background:
    Hobbyist of 17 yrs

    If it's good enough for Joe...

    If it's good enough for Joe, it's good enough for the rest of us!

  • from Del Rio, Texas September 15, 2011Music Background:
    Musician - Songwriter

    What's not to love

    All the wah sounds you need. Built like a tank. Easy to shift from one tone to another. If you have beem thinking about getting a wah-wah pedal, but not sure which brand or model will give you the tone your looking for. Look no futher, it's right here.

  • from Evansville, IN USA August 13, 2010Music Background:
    Long-time hobbyist

    Not just for Satriani fans...

    If you're thinking about a wah pedal and can't decide between various models or tones, I'd highly recommend giving this one a go. While it's branded as a signature wah, its by no means a one trick pony and will give you the best of both worlds (Crybaby and Vox tones) in one box.

    Aside from the inductor settings, the gain control and voice switch available on wah 2 let you go from mild to some pretty crazy effects and this is really the only time where I could shut my eyes and hear a resemblance to Satch's tone on several of his tunes.

    Build quality is excellent (on par or better than my handmade pedals) and the pedal feels very solid when you step on it. There aren't any plastic bits that I can see that would flex or wear out through some hard use. As is the case with Joe's other signature pedals, these are identical to the ones that he uses on tour so I'm sure they'll withstand some punishment.

    Highly, highly recommended.

  • from Ashland, Ohio April 16, 2012Music Background:
    Live performing musician

    Met my expectations and more

    This is one of the most versitile wah pedals I have ever seen or used. With the different voicing and a little practice you can almost get a talk box effect (Rocky Mountain Way style).

  • from Danville KY May 9, 2012Music Background:
    30 years Rock Guitar

    JS Big Bad Wah

    With the settings provided you can really nail some JS tones. My fav is Wah2 with the Drive 50%, Voice Switch down, and Brit Inductor. The quality and such is great, the only complaints i have are; With all the bells & whistles already, they should've added an On/Off Led on the top right empty space. Secondly, I'm used to the switchless CB 95Q, so for me having to stomp that dang toe switch relegates this to recording & practices.

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