wah-wah pedal


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wah-wah pedal

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This includes the Wah-Wah pedal and the Fuzz Box, but he also invented a host of now standard rock and pop electronics.
This includes the Wah-Wah pedal and the Fuzz Box, but he also invested a host of now standard rock and pop electronics.
"I turn on the distortion and I use the pitch bend and the wah-wah pedal in order to emulate the way a guitar plays," he said.
Artistically, he pioneered the use of feedback and the wah-wah pedal as part of the sound experience, exploring the entire recording studio as part of his overall instrument.
So we go in and use sounds and things that people don't use anymore because they think they're kind of old and outdated, as simple as a wah-wah pedal or an ebow, things that people just don't use a whole lot of anymore -- but I still think they sound pretty cool.
Like Eric Clapton, he popularised use of the wah-wah pedal in mainstream rock, which he often used to deliver an exaggerated sense of pitch in his solos.
"Staying Here" sounds like an unearthed Jimmy Webb gem--the gentle wah-wah pedal on the electric guitar shading the strummed acoustic lends a 1970s tinge, as do the near-gospel backing vocals from The Trishas--but it is another Malo original.
As it turned out it worked fine, with a few special adaptations such as a wah-wah pedal, a harmoniser, and especially flexible bandmates who were willing to experiment!
As two competing dancers steamed with overtly sexual inner heat, one purred, "I'm so hot!" Later she repeated several times, "I want it now!" The dancers become maenads, Valkyries, attacking their material with tremendous force while Daniel Bernard Roumain's score soared from wah-wah pedal guitar to tender violin.