Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Pedal

Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah Guitar Pedal
Fulltone Clyde Deluxe

There are wah pedals, and then there are great wah pedals. Sure, you can save up and buy one of the vintage classics, but you will need to save a lot and when you drop it (or spill bong water on it, or your pup poops on it, etc…) you will cry. Or… you could save yourself the drama and run out to buy the Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah.

Lemmie tellĀ  ya man, this is one damm great wah. I know that was not the most eloquent sentence but it just ain’t that deep, the Clyde deluxe kicks major hiney. What I love love love about this wah so much is the 10-step variable input level control. With this little baby you can really get the signal level just where you want it. This is the kind of thing that always drove me nuts with older wah pedals; too hot, too cold,ugghhh… but with the Clyde Deluxe way, the porridge is just right. Next up in line for the the “Coolest Control” prize is the 3-way mode switch. There are three settings. “Shaft” is the most classic wah tone and when you engage it, Richard Roundtree personally jumps out of no where and yells “hands up sucka!…” (this will startle you at first, but it really adds a three dimensional aspect to your sound). “Jimi” is the setting inspired by a really famous guitar player from the sixties… can’t remember his last name, but he played at some really big concert where it rained, and he is involved with Voodoo or some kind of purplish haze, and he was apparently the greatest rock guitarist of all time….. or something like that. The “Whacked” setting is…. totally whacked… really nuts and fun.

The overall construction of this pedal is as if you are going to war; Solid has hell. This wah cannot be broken. True bypass ensures that your signal is 999999.9999% pure at all times and the indicator light will always let you know what is going on. I can’t recommend this way enough. It’s got a deep throaty growl that is tops. if you are looking for a great way pedal that offers some flexibility and superb construction, grab the Fulltone Clyde Delux… now about that “Jimi” guy from the sixties….. what was his last name? : – )