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Discussion in 'The Effect effect' started by Mahoot, Jan 11, 2021.
hahahah Joe, me thinks you enjoy folk going down the rabbit hole huh
A strat can go wah-wah-wah with the pickup selector. But then you can add that to a wah pedal. Rock the pedal and the switch at the same time and wah the universe!
I had a blues driver and a tube screamer, preferred the blues driver.
Hey, I think it ranks right up with some of the most expensive OD's pedals. You did fine. However, let me warn you. I'm primarily a blues player, I have at least 8 or not OD/Boost pedals, make that 11 counting the others I haven't had the chance to open yet, and test out. I've been a "tone" chaser for a long while, and I'm always saying to myself, "this is it, I've found my own perfect tone, then I think, hmmmmm..that (pedal on a website or youtube) sounds really cool, and I might as well be a hamster on one of those never ending wheels they like to run around for endlessly. My advice, go with it. It certainly is a great pedal, and a favorite of probably hundreds of thousand players. Don't go down the rabbit hole. Better off practicing than getting caught up, like myself, on OD/Boost sounds.
I haven't LANDED yet!!! LOL
Waiting for your next trip!
You never forget your first new pedal day.
Great choice! Enjoy
Played around with this last night and plenty happy with the quality of it all. The difference in the Standard and Waza custom setting is pretty subtle but enough to grant it being there. The custom mode gives it a richer tone and almost cleans up the overdrive without loosing the crunch if you know what I mean. No doubt the custom will be the go to setting. If I'd not had the Waza Craft I would still be chuffed with the sound. But since I've started with WC. I'll be sticking with it on the boss pedals in future.