wah is wrong with my wah?
I don't know how the Vox wah works or the Bad Horsey (I don't have either one) but I've got an old Morley that was a distortion/wah pedal. *The wah is light sensitive (?) *it has 4 little "eyes" in the pedal that are covered by a piece of plastic that is hooked to the pedal. *When the pedal is full up, the plastic covers the "eyes" *When it is full down they are fully exposed. * I did not have that much wah when the distortion channel was on so I pulled it apart out of boredom one day. *I thought, what if the plastic reflected more light into the eye's. *So I painted the plastic white, then I put a small piece of mirror finished stainless steel in just under the eye's facing the now white plastic ala periscope style. *Now there is way more light getting into the eyes from reflecting off the mirror finish and off the white plastic and the wah is unbelievable. *The only downside is if the lights on stage are blinding, I get feedback from hell. *But, there is a wah knob to adjust the amount of wah I get so I just turn it down until the feedback stops. *It really is an amazing wah. *Now the only downside is, my adapter is broken so I can only use batteries (2 9 volt batts) and I can't find an adapter that fits the damn thing anywhere. *It has a funny size jack and needs a 14 volt adapter (I guess there is a regulator for the 2 batterie's that brings it down to 14 volts) *and it is a battery hungry unit. *Oh well, until I get a bad horsey I'll make due with it, actually, even after I get a bad horsey I'll still keep it. *:biggrin: