TWA Releases the WR-3 Wah Rocker Envelope Filter

The circuit is based on the original Guyatone WR-3, but with a few key updates.

Clifton, NJ (March 25, 2016) -- Godlyke, Inc. is proud to announce the release of the TWA WR-3 Wah Rocker.

Based on the original Guyatone WR-3 circuit, the TWA Wah Rocker nails the squawky, slippery, super-funked-up filtering of the vintage version. It also features several updates that greatly improve on its functionality and performance compared to the original.

Hand-assembled in the USA, the WR-3 Wah Rocker features the same quality and attention to detail as TWA’s other award-winning pedals, yet in a more compact and affordable package.

Features:

  • Threshold Control – Adjusts the sensitivity of the filter
  • Decay Control – Adjusts the speed at which the filter comes off the Peak frequency
  • Range Control –Adjusts frequency band in which the filter sweeps
  • Gain Control – Adjusts the output level of the pedal from unity gain to a healthy boost
  • Blend Control –Blends dry & effected signals for a wider variety of tones
  • Guitar/Bass Switch –Switches internal circuitry to the achieve the massive low-end filtering of the vintage Bottom Wah Rocker
  • Proprietary S3 “Shortest Send Switching” relay-based True Bypass switching
  • External 9 VDC or on-board 9-Volt Battery power options
  • 3-year warranty
  • Made in USA

$189 street

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