Electro Harmonix Crying Tone Wah Effects Pedal

Electro Harmonix Crying Tone Wah Effects Pedal

Product code: elhct
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The wah wah pedal was introduced in the 1960s. Now, almost half a century later, Electro-Harmonix has solved many of its inherent problems by creating a gorgeous wah with absolutely no moving parts and the sweetest tone.


  • Electro Harmonix Crying Tone Wah Effects Pedal


    The wah wah pedal was introduced in the 1960s. Now, almost half a century later, Electro-Harmonix has solved many of its inherent problems by creating a gorgeous wah with absolutely no moving parts and the sweetest tone.

    Main Features

    • No moving parts
    • No pots, foot switches or gears to break
    • Super responsive and expressive
    • Instantaneous switching from bypass to effect
    • No foot switch that is set too high or low to respond properly
    • Great wah tone!

  • This item is normally sent to Mainland UK addresses by DPD who generally provide a one-hour window of delivery on the morning of delivery by email or text message. If you need this item faster, please upgrade to a Before 12 service at checkout.

    Mainland UK: £3.50 within mainland UK ( Orders over £99 are delivered FREE )

    UK Non-Mainland: £ 12

    Rep. of Ireland and Mainland Europe: from £ 15 (calculated at checkout)

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  • Additional Information

    Specifications No
    On demo in store No
    stock message Ordered on request
    Brand Electroharmonix
    Condition New

FeeFo Reviews

Customer Comment Our Response
Product:
07-Jan-2015
I was hoping I'd get more out of it then I have done so far, in fairness I haven't given it too much of a play with but so far I haven't been that impressed. Not that I wasn't warned.
Product:
16-Jun-2014
Yet another classic piece of EHX design, durably built and delivering exceptional tone and definition.. Still trying to work out if this hingeless Wah's motion detector is gyroscopic, light sensitive, or uses a mechanical gravity sensor - but I'm not about to deconstruct it !
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