Analogman Wah Retrofit

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  1. amphead777

    amphead777 Member

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    Does anyone else have the Foxrox retrofit in a separate pedal box, with LED and 9v tap. ? Works great for me. I haven't seen any around.
     
  2. CC GunZ

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    Where did you get it? I could use one for a 535Q I have.... although that would take up another pedal power slot and I'm already using two for the 535Q....
     
  3. CC GunZ

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    Nevermind. I just noticed the title of your thread.... ;-)
     
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    some people use them in a separate box.

    i have the area51 installed directly in my crybaby, works for me :)
     
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    I need to get one. I've put off buying one for a few years now. Always something else I'd rather have...
     
  7. amphead777

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    Maybe not that many people use a fuzz after a wah ?
     
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    great to have the opportunity to get it in a separate box with a switch,
    sure it could be very usefull with GE Fuzzs ,
    but I heard people complaining their wah tone alone wasn't exactely the same after installing the foxrox,
    so the switch turning the retrofit on/off might be a good solution for that kind of issue.
     
  9. amphead777

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    True, the signal does change. But it's really pretty good. At
    a gig no one good tell. The wah still sounds crisp.
     

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