Hotone VOW Press Volume/Wah Pedal

Hotone VOW Press Volume/Wah Pedal

  • $134.95
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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.