Hotone VOW Press Volume/Wah Pedal

Plant your foot on the Hotone Vow Press and you'll be greeted with sounds inspired by the crying wah tones found on countless classic recordings. But that's not all — this flexible effect also doubles as a volume pedal with adjustable operating range. You can also place the Vow Press in V/W mode, which allows you to switch between both effects with a simple press of your foot. Complete with active electronics and true bypass switching to preserve your tone, the Vow Press is a legit volume/wah pedal.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Ultra-compact 3-in-1 volume, Wah & Vol / Wah
  • Vintage "Cry" wah tone
  • Adjustable control range (lower value)
  • Active volume mode for lossless transmission
  • Fashion selector
  • Status LED
  • True bypass
  • Input & output socket
  • Power supply with 9 V battery or 9 V DC power supply
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 138 x 62.5 x 51 mm

A great problem solver

This is a great pedal. Like a lot of cats, my "pedalboard" had become over the top. On top of several individual pedals I also had an old Boss ME50 cobbled to the thing. While it was great to get all of these wonderful sounds, I knew it was time to find some ways to pair down . One of my favorite sounds is having a slight slow "slap back" delay (kind of Pat Metheny style) with a delayed attack using a volume pedal. I also like using a volume pedal as a mute. A lot of the volume pedals I've used before and since are HUGE, and without sounding like a tone snob, had buffered circuits that darkened the entire sound in a way I didn't want. I was using the 535Q Wah, which I love though, that pedal is also big and heavy. The Wah sound on the Hotone is a bit different than I'm used to though I do like it and am glad I didn't have to give up having that sound on the board. In short, if you're looking for a great sounding little volume pedal with a great sounding Wah and the "vow" thing, get this pedal. Glad I gave it a shot.

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