The pedal blends the cocked-wah signal into the two-channel gain stage.

Chicago, IL (July 27, 2017) -- Chicago-based boutique builder Daredevil Pedals has introduced the new Cocked & Fearless pedal. Joining the power of the Fearless Distortion and the modern classic Atomic Cock pedals, this 2 in 1 allows players to blend the cocked wah signal into the 2 channel gain stage. Noted for it’s rich and natural sounding distortion, the Fearless dishes out everything from light breakup to fully slammed heavy gain. Coupled with the endless tonal potential of the wah’s EQ sweep and blend controls, this is a powerful rock n roll weapon for any and all guitarists.


  • 2 channel op amp distortion
  • Fixed wah circuit with independent footswitch
  • Wah signal level can be blended into the distortion circuit
  • 2 year warranty
  • Runs on 9V DC jack
  • True Bypass, Hand Wired in Chicago

The Cocked & Fearless carries a street price of $199.

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