Hey guys, as some of you know, I had a JWSW that was D.O.A. Geoffrey tests these pedals before he sends 'em out, but God only knows what happens to them in transit. After a few e-mails back and forth, he had diagnosed it as an inductor issue. I'm absolutely floored at just how fast of a turnaround the entire process was. I shipped it to him (all the way across the country mind you), he received it, repaired it and looked it over and sent it back and this happened I want to say within 7-10 days (starting from the day I shipped it out - did I mention this was almost all the way across the country?). He must have gotten it in, repaired it and shipped it back out the same day, now THAT'S speedy service! Geoffrey even went as far as paying me back the shipping costs to send it out for repair. This alone speaks volumes about his character - it shows he'll go to the lengths of replacing parts, bench time, and shipping costs to make things right all on his dime. I'm a completely no-BS kinda guy and I don't give out compliments lightly, but in my eyes, Geoffrey is a class act. He sets a standard for all other boutique operations to live up to. I have never gotten replies as quick as I have from him and sure enough, when I had a problem he took care of me immediately (and it's not like I'm a rock star, I'm an absolute nobody ). Now, for a quick review of the JWSW - my first impressions are that this is one excellent wah. The sweep range reminds me a lot of my old Pro Analog Supa Quack (which is a very good thing, I had really missed that wah). The heel side is nice and fat, yet remains clear and towards the toe it gets a nice bright and cutting tone without being harsh. The switch is a joy, it simply works smooth and fast with no audible popping (atleast at the volumes I've tried it out with so far). It seems to be a pretty vocal wah, especially when you get a feel for the sweet spots on it. I've really only had a few hours to play with it, but I do really like it so far!