Feb 12, 2018

Composed of a dual filter, the Wilson Effects Freaker Wah V2 produces synth tones and crazy filter sweeps – see under the video for a full description of the features.

We got company owner Kevin Wilson to demo it at this past NAMM show, here’s the video!

You can see dozens of videos of the new pedals announced at NAMM 2018 here!

Unlike it’s original vintage counterpart the Freaker has taken
this circuit to a whole new level. There is an added six position
Q switch that adjusts the filter settings of the wah pedal. These
range from a high filter sweep to a deep filter sweep and
everything else in between. It doesn’t stop there. There is also
and added sweep knob that allows you to open up the
Freaker’s sweep to it’s maximum width or narrow it down to a
thin filter sweep.
This pedal is one special pedal and you will not find a pedal
out there capable of achieving what the Freaker achieves.
All of our pedals are built with a true bypass circuit therefore
not sucking the life out of your signal when in bypass mode.
The Freaker Wah operates on an industry standard 2.1mm
center negative power supply or a high quality alkaline battery.
All pedals are covered by a one year warranty on parts and
labor and is hand built right here in the U.S.

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