Clyde McCoy Wah
VOX created the world's first Wah-Wah pedal while designing a device using a variable version of the 'VOX MRB' (mid-range boost) circuit made famous in their amps. That pedal imitated the sound of a trumpet being muted and they recruited Clyde McCoy, a famous trumpet player of the day who was best known for his expressive use of the trumpet mute, as an endorser of the pedal, hence the name: VOX Clyde McCoy Wah-Wah Pedal. The original 1960s VOX Clyde McCoy Wah-Wah pedal became one of the most sought after vintage effects by collectors worldwide. Now Vox has re-issued this legendary effect with some modern enhancements.
The Clyde McCoy Wah-Wah pedal includes details like a custom-tuned inductor made by the original manufacturer and a true bypass switch. Plus, it has some new enhancements like an AC adapter jack (adapter not included) and a newly designed, custom taper potentiometer. The McCoy Wah-Wah sports a modified but classic look, with a gray hammertone finish on the lower half and a sketch of Clyde McCoy on the bottom, just like on the original.
Original style vinyl bag included.
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