The Metal Legend’s new signature Wah has arrived and is ready to unleash Fury. Made for his Brutal high-gain tone and preferred sweep. It saves space on your pedal board …
The Mini bone-chilling Skeleton Wah will give you an out of body experience while saving precious space on your pedal board. Made for DJ Ashba of Sixx:A.M. and Guns N’ …
Born to obey the boots of Riff Lord Mark Tremonti. His signature Wah offers a mix of classic and modern tones and utilizes a 20 dB clean boost for when …
Limited Edition mini version of George’s signature Wah: Electro-Optical Wah with THREE Wah modes: Wah (traditional), Wow (bit of overdrive with unique vowel-like tone) and Wah Lock (lock the Wah in Wah mode).
Limited Edition mini version of Steve’s Bad Horsie 2 decked out in one of a kind Steve Vai artwork drawn by Steve himself! Wah set to Steve’s precise specifications and switchless.
Limited Edition of Kiko’s version of our mini Switchless Wah. Our world famous Electro-Optical circuitry and switchless design in this cool new mini-format. Simply step on pedal to engage Wah and step off to go to bypass.
If you’re looking for Cliff Burton’s growly Fuzz tone, but don’t need the Wah – or don’t have the space on your pedal board for a footpedal, this is all you need. The Cliff Burton Fuzz Box simply gives you the Fuzz side of the Power Fuzz Wah in a compact stomp box.
This pedal was created as a tribute to the late great bass player of Metallica, Cliff Burton, who used the original 70’s version. Wah and Fuzz united in a single pedal that is great for all kinds of music whether or not they’re based on specific types of matter!
This wah and fuzz pedal was created as a tribute to the late great bass player of Metallica, Cliff Burton, who used the original 70’s version of our Power Fuzz Wah. And this particular version is a limited run of just 500 pedals – 250 optical and 250 M2.
The Skeleton Wah is set up to match DJ Ashba’s preferred tone and wah sweep perfectly. And it glows in the dark! Apart from that, it meets all of the expectations you would have in a Marley wah pedal. Switchless on/off, ‘True Tone’ Bypass Buffer, Quick Clip battery door, etc.
The George Lynch Dragon 2 Wah delivers the classic Wah you’d expect form a Morley pedal, but it also adds some unique features that truly sets it apart from other Wah pedals. For instance, the WOW mode is like a super-saturated Wah tone that is killer for high-gain tones.
Ever dreamed of giving your guitar signal a triple up? George Lynch did – and we helped him realize it. The Tripler takes a guitar input and sends it to 3 different amps. You can select any amp individually – or you can combine them as you see fit.
The M2 Tremonti was born to meet the demands of the great guitarist Mark Tremonti of Creed. It unites the best of both worlds with optical switching with the Audio 100K Slide Pot for a more traditional tone and feel. It also offers a 20 dB switchable clean boost.
The original Mark Tremonti Wah was born to meet the demands of the great guitarist Mark Tremonti of Creed. It offers a mix of classic-sounding Wah as well as more modern tones, plus it gives you a 20 dB clean boost to help you cut through the mix on the stage.
Born to obey the demanding boots of no other than guitar god Steve Vai – a guitar virtuoso and a true tone aficionado. This second version of the Bad Horsie adds our Contour Wah mode to your pedal board.
The Limited ‘Liberty’ version of Steve Vai’s Bad Horsie Wah. Still born to obey the demanding boots of a genuine guitar god, it features our switchless design which basically means that there is zero delay between your decision to kick in the Wah and hearing it.
The Little Alligator Volume was designed specifically for Steve Vai’s needs and preference. The volume swell is linear and smooth, and it works equally well in an FX loop setup as it does going directly into the main input on a guitar amp.
Born to obey the demanding boots of no other than guitar god Steve Vai – a guitar virtuoso and a true tone aficionado. It features our switchless design which basically means that there is zero delay between your decision to kick in the Wah and hearing it on your guitar.