Reviews and Problems with Budda Budwah Pedal Wah Wah Pedal
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The Budda Budwah is a Classic and Great sounding Wah Pedal
17 August 2013
Summary: One of the best psychedelic Wah pedals of all time. Tonally the BudWah is similar to a Vox Wah. It adds a slight bump in gain when on and can make your guitar scream.The BudWah is great for Rock, Pop and Metal but not suited for Funk or Reggae. Also its built like a tank.
Summary: I have tried all well known wah pedals both vintage and new. After trying vintage crybaby, and vox wah pedals I picked out the black label Budda Budwah. To me it had the best vocal qualities of the vintage wile still retaining the cutting ability of a modern Morley type wah.
Summary: I was excited to get this wah and it worked great for about a week... Then it basically fell apart. It is very poorly made and is absolutely huge and takes up too much space on the pedal board. The wah sounded great when it worked.
Summary: Don't let the good looks and heavy prce fool you. This thing is a joke. Go with anything else but this, anything you want and it will out perform this Wah..I took mine back and got the origfinal crybaby.
Summary: I bought it instead of my Morley Mark Tremonti Wah. My previous Wah had too modern sounding for me. I looked for classic sound of Wah and stopped with Budwah. It has very smooth voicing, classic sounding without sucking your tone and adding noise.
Summary: The Purple Label Budda is simply the greatest Wah pedal ever constructed. Though the company may have started producing their first Wahs quite late in the music history (1997), they by far have perfected the sound of a perfect Wah. Blending the the perfect amount of beautiful wide sweep to the Wah.
Summary: I bought this item a few months ago. I had heard great things about the Budda Wah and was excited to check it out. It came with one of the rubber legs stripped and falling apart, but that was an easy fix and no big deal. The pedal had a great tone and wonderful range.