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  1. Wilson Effects 12 Position Rippah Booster Wah Vintage Spec

    $240.00
    A plethora of options adorn the exterior of the pedal but one thing is for sure: you won't be lost in and band's mix ever again. This is the Rippah Q wah with the addition of a boost circuit. Learn More

  2. Wilson Effects 12 Position Rippah Q-Wah Vintage Spec

    $220.00
    Tired of losing yourself in the mix? That's the question Wilson Effects had in mind when creating the Rippah Q-Wah. A plethora of options adorn the exterior of the pedal but one thing is for sure: you won't be lost in and band's mix ever again. Learn More

  3. Wilson Effects 12 Position Wilson Wah Vintage Spec

    $215.00
    For those of you that wish someone made a classic wah with a huge, juicy bottom end, the search is over. The standard Wilson Wah is turned for maximum low end at the heel-down end of the spectrum for unparalleled quack and throatiness. Learn More

  4. Wilson Effects Dual Lotus Drive

    $220.00
    Wilson is the only manufacturer in the fold that offers two Dumble pedals in one enclosure, for the dreamer in all of us. Learn More

  5. Wilson Effects Stoned Grasshopper

    $200.00
    With three switches for Fuzz, Drive and Boost, it's the ultimate weekend warrior pedal. The Fuzz side is based on a vintage '70s silicon fuzz, with an internal bias control for all the spitty, raspy fuzz a player could ever desire. Learn More

  6. Wilson Effects Tunable Colorful Clone Vintage Spec

    $210.00
    The TCC is based off a "Macari wah" otherwise known as a Colorsound. Macari's in London was the first store to sell Tone Bender pedals and is now a legendary Mecca for gearheads the world over. The Colorsound wah is one of their babies, and now the Tunable Colorful Clone can be yours. Learn More

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