The Wahtz Wah

The Wahtz Wah Pedal Kit produces the classic Wah tone you've come to expect with a hint of extra bite and growl. True bypass switching ensures no loss of signal when the Wah effect is not engaged; and the long life potentiometer manufactured specifically for use in Wah pedals is included to provide years of smooth, quiet operation. Point to point construction allows advanced kit builders to easily experiment with modifications to further tailor the tone to more individual tastes.

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Can I mod this with a Fasel?
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MichaelT
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March 6th, 2018
This kit comes with a standard Dunlop 500mH inductor and you should be able to swap this out with a Fasel.
good afternoon. I want to know if they only sell the electric part. since I have an old Wah Wah pedal that gets damaged
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MichaelT
Staff Member
September 5th, 2018
You can type the part numbers listed in the instructions into the search bar at www.amplifiedparts.com to buy the individual components.
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Does this have a long sweep(preferably)
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MichaelT
Staff Member
November 30th, 2018
The sweep is pretty standard for a wah. You can increase it by adjusting the gearing.
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Hi, Have built this pedal and works well. Only concern is when pressing the switch to engage the wah there is a loud pop through the speakers. Is this normal. Thanks
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MichaelT
Staff Member
January 29th, 2019
Switch sounds can be normal to a certain degree. Sometimes mechanical switch issues can occur. Send us an email at info@modkitsdiy.com if you you think it's abnormal.
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Why does my pedal act like a volume adjuster and not a wah pedal?
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MichaelT
Staff Member
May 30th, 2019
It sounds like the circuit is not working correctly. Please check out the troubleshooting guide here: https://www.modkitsdiy.com/sites/modkitsdiy.com/files/media_files/wahtz_wah_troubleshooting_supplement.pdf If you have any questions send us an email and we'll be happy to help out!
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I have built my wahtz wah pedal. While I like the sound, the volume on the wah effect is too loud for my taste. Which component would I replace if I wanted the output of the wah to be the same or only slightly louder than when the effect is turned off? I had considered adding a volume pot to the pedal inbetween the effect and the output jack would also consider just replacing the component that increases the volume. Please advise. Thanks
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MichaelT
Staff Member
June 4th, 2019
While it might not be the most elegant solution, a simple two resistor voltage divider on the input of the effect circuit might be the easiest way to achieve this.
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