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Fulltone Clyde Standard Wah Pedal Reviews

4.5 stars based on 7 customer reviews
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  • from October 24, 2016

    Fulltone Clyde Wah

    Fulltone never fails!
    You know this, because you are here reading this review...

    2 guitarists in our band, each uses a Fulltone Clyde.

    Super smooth on/off clicking.
    Excellent and authentic tonal quality.
    No shrill high frequencies like the other overseas brands...

  • from Providence, RI USA November 5, 2013Music Background:

    Best wah wah ever made

    This pedal is one of the best peices of gear I've ever bought. If you use a wah, you need to use this wah. You could spend a small fortune on the real "McCoy" but why would you when this tops an original in quality of build, range of sweep, and overall versatility. The internal control is amazing. The buffer control is a godsend. The adjustable treadle is brilliant. Bottom line... This is the best wah on the market. I would say best ever (except for maybe the deluxe Clyde model). You will not be disappointed. This is the one folks. Well worth the extra cash.

  • from Indy, IN October 16, 2013Music Background:
    Semi-pro gigging musician. 30 yrs experience.

    The Awesome Fulltone Clyde Standard Wah

    The Fulltone Wah is wildly beyond my expectations. I used it on a gig 2 days after receiving it and was amazed by how much better it sounded in the full band mix then the Crybaby Classic or Vox I had been using. So much more controllable and musical sounding. I run straight into a little preamp so I didn't use the buffer but I can see times I might to either boost or even cut output when the wah kicks on. I also really appreciate the lock-nut fulcrum which allows me to adjust tension so the pedal either stays where I put it or falls to full treble. Without any tinkering full treble is very usable and pleasing compared to other wahs. With this thing my Earl Hooker is more Earl Hooker, Hendrix is more Hendrix, Skip Pitts more Skip Pitts etc...

  • from New Orleans LA USA October 29, 2012Music Background:
    Pro Musician

    Fulltone Clyde Std

    Years ago, I had a Clyde Deluxe that traveled the south of the US with me for 2 years. It was super durable, sounded excellent, and easily the quietest wah I ever used, but I only used the standard setting. Buying this one was a no brainer. Still super quiet, and the bass trim and output controls allow me to tailor the sound to whatever amp I'm using. This is super important to me. I get the Brian Robertson/Michael Schenker sounds with every amp I own. Nice.

  • from CT June 27, 2016Music Background:

    Awesome Wah

    I have had many wah pedals over the years. My Ideal wah tones are the usual ones....Electric Lady Land era Hendrix, Cream, Trower, Beck, Page. This pedal gets very close to those vintage tones with a great sweep range, vocal midrange and fast attack when pushing the pedal fast. It is a bit modern sounding though. My vintage Thomas Organ Crybaby still sounds much bigger, louder and deeper but the Fulltone Clyde wah is very consistent. The sweep range on this wah is wide with a lot of highs on tap. The only other newer wah pedal I have heard that sounds better (more vintage) is the Teese RMC Picture wah. This wah pedal should please most wah junkies and is built very well. The buffer is awesome and lets you use vintage fuzzes with ease. If it's good enough for Robin Trower...well its good enough for most I guess. Great wah!

  • from USA June 30, 2016Music Background:
    Guitar obsessed

    Top Notch tones (see what I did there?)

    I've been meaning to replace my noisy old Mr. Crybaby for a while now, but without access to demos of all the wah's out there, I never could quite make up my mind (by just listening to Youtube vid's). Having purchased an OCD and a Fulldrive 3, I've been very impressed with Fulltone's quality and musicality. So I pulled the trigger. The buffer, boost and overall tonality of this pedal are excellent, and it is quiet as a mouse. The sweep is taking some getting used to, though. It covers such a wide range, that the sweet spot for any given frequency range is quite small, For example, soloing around the fifth position, you can find that sweet whistling midrange, but move off of it just a hair and it's gone. I'm gonna stick with it though, cause I think the payoff will be worth it once I get my foot calibrated. Recommend it.

  • from VA August 8, 2013Music Background:
    Blues Guitarist/Pro Musician

    Fulltone Clyde Standard Wah

    It's a wah pedal-how bad can it be? Sounds good and once I contacted Fulltone about the switch being overly sensitive, I'm much happier. Mr. Fuller e-mailed directions on how to adjust the wah for a slightly easier to control wah. The enclosure is robust and the electronics look sturdy as with any Fulltone product. My only other complaint is that the rubber feet he uses absolutely suck! They spin freely on the screw so a screwdriver is mandatory for battery changes.

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