Wah Pedals

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  1. MXR M222 Talk Box

    $169.99
    Do you feel.. the talk box? You know it, you (secretly) love it—MXR brings you the easiest talk box ever, the M222, which has its own amp and speaker driver, meaning no complicated rigs – just plug and play rock and funk from the get go. Learn More

  2. MXR MC404 CAE Wah Pedal

    $169.99
    The Dunlop MXR MC-404 CAE Wah Pedal is about as versatile as a Wah-Wah can get. Featuring two selectable voices and a built in line driver, the Dunlop MXR MC-404 CAE Wah Pedal is the one you have been looking for. Learn More

  3. Subdecay Vocawah

    $169.00
    The Vocawah offers two parallel filters for a richer, familiar and complex sound. Learn More

  4. Vox V846-HW Hand-Wired Wah Wah

    $199.99
    The Vox V846-HW is the original Wah pedal, reborn to inspire a new generation of innovators. The Vox V846-HW is hand wired with select components, a vintage-spec. Halo inductor, and true bypass for the authentic sound of the original, ultimate wah pedal. Learn More

  5. Wilson Effects Freaker Wah

    $185.00
    Based on one of the most unique wah pedals of all time—the Tychobrahe Parapedal—the Freaker Wah certainly earns its name with strange-yet-musical resonant filter sweeps. Learn More
  6. Wilson Effects Signature Wah Vintage Spec

    $180.00
    Kevin Wilson of Wilson Effects loves wahs. So much so, in fact, that the Wilson Signature Wah is modeled after not just a particular kind of wah, but after one particular Clyde McCoy signature wah that he himself owns. Learn More

  7. Wilson Effects Ten Spot II Wah

    $190.00
    In essence, the Ten Spot II is a faithful recreation of the Ibanez WH-10, a plastic offering from Ibanez that became known as John Frusciante of Red Hot Chili Peppers' wah of choice. Learn More

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