What were the complaints about?
On Amazon and Sweetwater, people are saying that the treadles are noisy and that you can feel the gears/teeth - rather than getting a smooth sweep. Other people are saying that the LEDs don't work. And, finally, others have said they had wahs arrive DOA and needed to do exchanges. I dunno. Seems like a risk to buy one used due to not knowing if there are QC issues at play.
Also, there seem to be a whole lot of used ones on GC which makes me think they are returns... and there are plenty more on Reverb. Friedman hasn't been making these all that long, so it is a bit bothersome to see so many used. I wonder if they are people that just like to flip or if they hated them.
I am pretty surprised to hear of so many issues as well, especially because Friedman charges a premium. I don't mind paying more for something overbuilt, but not simply because it has a Friedman badge on the baseplate. That said, we know people are more willing to complain than praise so maybe this criticism is lopsided.That's weird, especially from a brand like Friedman. I always figured a wah pedal was among the simplest and most bulletproof pedal designs to exist lol. That being said, historically I've had nothing but issues with pedals that have a toe-down switch to activate
First of all, I am appalled that this is not a Zakk sig model.Does the song No More Tears have any wah in it?
It was actually named after the shampoo, not the song:Does the song No More Tears have any wah in it?
I'm shocked that as of yet, Sharon has yet to whore this track to JnJ for an ad campaign.It was actually named after the shampoo, not the song:
a wah that doesn't cry? guess it's not a baby anymore.No but that's a great name for a wah pedal. 😭😭😭