byoc wah users

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by billyg121, Feb 14, 2009.


  1. billyg121

    billyg121 Supporting Member

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    what are your thoughts on this pedal?
     
  2. SonicVI

    SonicVI Member

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    They're really nice. I have one and a Fulltone Clyde Deluxe and I've been strugling to decide which to keep. I've pretty much decided on the Clyde as it has a smoother less glassy high end and slightly richer midrange, but they're not far off.
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    i like mine a lot. Great value IMO.

    I have a vox 848 clyde mccoy and I like it a lot better mostly because I can dial it in with the trimpots.
     
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    i have been eying over that kit as my current crybaby doesn't sound very good...
     
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    I've built a couple of them - one for myself and one for a friend. Great sounding wah that can be tweaked to fit any application. Best sounding wah I've ever employed.
     
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    How does the BYOC compare to the Area 51???
     
  7. Reason

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    i have one that was built & tweaked by Jeff @ Geek Mac Daddy pedals. Not sure how far it was tweaked, but it stomps a stock Dunlop or current Vox (owned both several times each.) Never compared it to a Fulltone or Teese, but I'm not longer looking for a wah.
     

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