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Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah:
The Clyde Deluxe is the newest version of a Fulltone standard. The Deluxe version of the Clyde wah has all the features that players have come to know and love about the original
Clyde Standard but with the following additions:
- 10-step Variable Input Level Control
- True-Bypass w/bright, side-viewable, low current, pilot light status indicator
- 3 selectable modes:
- Jimi (Clyde Standard)
The three-way mode switch and variable input control pot will let you dial in almost any type of wah sound you can imagine. All the way from classic Voodoo Chile, to biting funk, to down and dirty low-end grunt. The CLYDE Deluxe can do it all!
All 2008 & beyond CLYDE Deluxe wahs sport the most authentic '60's Vox type inductor available, which happens to also be the quietest, the Fulltone hand-wound MuMetal shielded 500mH inductor, pictured above.
The Potentiometer, the most overlooked part of the circuit, is one of the keys to a good wah wah sound and there hasn't been a proper "tapered" pot, since the '60's "Icar" in any major manufacturer's wah. This is one of the reasons the '70s, '80s, and '90s wahs are so mediocre. Fulltone makes it's own called the Fullrange pot, pictured above. It has a double screened carbon composition track giving a 500,000 turn life span instead of the industry standard 15,000.
REVIEWS & USER COMMENTS:
GUITAR PLAYER EDITOR'S PICK AWARD REVIEW
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEW 11/22/2008:
"absolutely with out a doubt in my mind the best wah ever made. I have played everything and nothing beats the Fulltone Clyde Deluxe."
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEW 11/14/2008:
"This is a ten, at least for me. I have owned many wahs and this has the best tone and range so far. It sounds very musical with distortion, but it also sounds gorgeous clean, which is not easy to accomplish with other wahs. Very nice indeed. My quest for wah tone is over with this one."
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEW 10/19/2008:
"It sounds amazing.....if you know how to use it. It has a very wide sweep range, and if you just rock it all the way back and forth, you probably won't like it. You have to train your foot to move less because of the drastic sweep. It can get very ice-picky and very low. If you carefully move your foot, you'll get some of the best wah tones ever."
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