Wahtz Wah Pedal Kit
Build your own custom Wah pedal with the new Mod Kits DIY Wahtz WAh Pedal Kit.
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This kit will let you experiment and modify the circuitry so you can build a personalized Wah Wah pedal that's suited to your playing style.
Mod Kits DIY is known for providing musicians with DIY gear that can be tweaked and modified to individual tastes.
They have a number of stompbox effects and amp kits that cater to both experienced and novice guitarists. Now they are expanding their products to cover an expression pedal effect - the wah-wah.
The Wahtz Wah Pedal Kit is based on classic wah specifications. If you build the pedal without modifications, the sound is described to have the familiar wah tones of vintage pedals, while having a bit more bite and growl.
All the required components to build the pedal are included in the kit, including the circuit board, potentiometer and the sturdy exterior. The circuit utilizes point-to-point construction that makes it easy for nthe inexperienced, advanced kit builders on the other hand will find the point-to-point circuit easy to modify and tweak. Like most modern pedals, this pedal utilizes True Bypass when not engaged.
Like many traditional wah pedals, the Wahtz Wah Pedal Kit utilizes a potentiometer. This potentiometer is included in the kit and it is said to be especially designed for long term use with Wah pedals.
The kit come with easy to follow instructions and the enclosure are pre-drilled for convenience. All you need are some hand tools, a soldering iron and solder. Once built the pedal will run on a 9V battery or you can get the optional 9V adapter if you want to plug in.
Wahtz Wah Pedal Kit is currently being sold online for $99.95. Visit Mod Kits DIY for more information.
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