The Real McCoy Vox Wah-Wah!
Vox created the world's first Wah-Wah pedal while designing a device using a variable version of the 'VOX MRB' (mid-range boost) circuit made famous in their amps. That pedal imitated the sound of a trumpet being muted and Vox recruited Clyde McCoy, a famous trumpet player of the day who was best known for his expressive use of the trumpet mute, as an endorser of the pedal, hence the name: Vox Clyde McCoy Wah-Wah Pedal.Vox Clyde McCoy Wah-Wah Pedal at a Glance:
- Original pedal design from the 1960s
- Classic inductor type wah-wah
- Original looks with modern durability
The REAL McCoy!
The original 1960s Vox Clyde McCoy Wah-Wah pedal became one of the most sought after vintage effects by collectors worldwide. But vintage pedals are difficult to find and their usability is often compromised by aging circuitry. Now Vox has re-issued the legendary Clyde McCoy Wah-Wah with some modern enhancements that make it a "must" for every contemporary guitarist!
Classic inductor type wah-wah with modern enhancements The Clyde McCoy Wah-Wah pedal includes details like a custom-tuned inductor made by the original manufacturer and a true bypass switch. Plus, it has some new enhancements like an AC adapter jack and a newly designed, custom taper potentiometer.
Original looks with modern durability The Clyde McCoy Wah-Wah sports a modified but classic look, with a gray hammertone finish on the lower half and a sketch of Clyde McCoy on the bottom, just like on the original. A solid base and gig-tough components make sure you'll have this pedal for a long time.Vox Clyde McCoy Wah-Wah Pedal Features:
- Original 1960s style inductor wah-wah
- Custom taper potentiometer for smooth response to pedal movement
- AC adapter jack eliminates need for batteries (power adapter not included)
- Sturdy base supports original-look pedal