Eddie Van Halen signature Wah pedal released

The EVH Wah Wah is the latest offering in the EVH Signature Series, developed after intensive design collaboration with the legendary guitarist. Early on in the process, Eddie handed over his “Holy Grail” Crybaby—a standard Crybaby customized in the early Nineties with a more vocal-like, High Q inductor and a wider frequency sweep.

Eddie Van Halen signature Wah pedal

Amazingly, we found that over the years Eddie’s unique wah style, which uses mostly the middle range of the pedal’s action, had carved his own curve into the pot’s resistive element, making the middle range even more defined and increased the low-end sweep. Our clones of the worn-in pot and hand-selected inductor give the new EVH Wah Wah the same “Holy Grail” feel and tone, and its true hardwire bypass, dual bright blue bypass LEDs, and graphics based on the black and yellow-striped guitar featured on Van Halen II round out this EVH-approved Crybaby with a voice and look all its own.

For more information, please visit www.jimdunlop.com

This is a Press Release

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36 thoughts on “Eddie Van Halen signature Wah pedal released”

  1. Re: The EVH Wah Wah is the latest offering in the... Eddie Van Halen signature Wah pedal released
    emil300

    Eddie could “shit” stripes in his driveway and people would line up to dive on it..do you know anyone who has changed corporate guitar, amp, pedal business anymore than this man??? Not to mention He plays Clapton better than Clapton!!
    Long live the King of Modern Guitar! Elvis would have died to sing in Van Halen!
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  2. Re: The EVH Wah Wah is the latest offering in the... Eddie Van Halen signature Wah pedal released
    Bad Brad

    Eddie could “shit” stripes in his driveway and people would line up to dive on it..do you know anyone who has changed corporate guitar, amp, pedal business anymore than this man??? Not to mention He plays Clapton better than Clapton!!
    Long live the King of Modern Guitar! Elvis would have died to sing in Van Halen!

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