Back in November of 1966, while working for the Thomas Organ Company on the Vox Amplifonic Orchestra amplifier, Brad Plunkett stumbled across the design for the very first wah pedal. With its distinct vocal quality it has since become perhaps the most unmistakable & prominent effect pedal to be burnt into guitarists' minds.
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Posted on November 12, 2012 by James Hamer
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