Behringer HB01 Hellbabe Optical Wah Pedal

Optical Wah Pedal for Electric Guitar, with Adjustable Frequency Range, Fine-tune Control, and Spring-back Pedal Mechanism
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What a Wah!

A wah pedal made to last! The Behringer Hellbabe HB01 wah pedal boasts total optical control, which means there are no mechanical pots and switches to wear out - a big bonus as far as gigging guitarists at Sweetwater are concerned. You've got impressive control over your wah tone, with an adjustable Range control and an additional fine-tune control. You can even choose between spring-back pedal operation or standard wah pedal operation. For a flexible wah pedal that won't break your bank account, check out the Behringer Hellbabe HB01 wah pedal.

Behringer Hellbabe HB01 Wah Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Wah-wah pedal for electric guitar or bass
  • Adjust the heel-down range of the wah sweep from 440Hz to 250Hz
  • Up to 15dB gain boost to help boost your guitar's volume
  • Spring-back pedal mechanism can be removed for standard wah operation
  • Optical control means there are no switches or pots to wear out
Wail away with the Behringer Hellbabe HB01 wah pedal!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Wah
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 4.7"
Width 3.8"
Depth 10"
Weight 2.6 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number HB01

Customer Reviews

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Hellbabe HB01

First Wah I have owned and so far I love it!
Music background: Beginner Guitar

Cool. Brian

Awesome little pedal I like how you don't have to engage it it's always on ready to go super efficient when you play live not really a Behringer fan but this is a pretty cool device

Excellent Pedal

Not only do I use this pedal for my guitar, but also for my harp. Have the same 9volt battery for about a month now. I love the adjustments, easy to learn and use, buy it!!

Worth more than 50 bucks!

Great Pedal for the money. The thing is a brick, solid housing and very user friendly. I thought I was going to have to modify it like some of the youtube users have posted videos of them doing to gain some tonal bliss. No mods needed, looks like Behringer tweaked it at the factory. I like the small control on the bottom (the only one that needs a little screw driver) that lets you set a timer for how long the wah is on once you step on it. Although you need to unplug your guitar or patch cable when your not using it to prolong battery life it is nice that there is no master on or off button. I love the big shiny knob on the front right that controls the the upper setting is higher pitched and the lowest is a good Hendrix sound. I can use my foot to turn it! The boost button will be seldom used by me anyways, since I have volume pedal for that and overdrives. One thing nobody mentioned was that Behringer has a small hex screw like what is on your truss rod installed just above the two little LED lights on the back under the pedal that controls resistance, great design feature for sure. The Wah is now on my Pedal Board and looks as good as it sounds! I will be making some music with this and will upload it to my youtube channel soon, "Cody Seth Crawford" on YOUTUBE. Thanks SWEETWATER!
Music background: Harmonica, Cello, Guitar, Lead guitar and vocals of the OSH patient Band

Hellbabe hbo1

Works great . just like I expected
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