Electro Harmonix 665240 effetto di chitarra elettrica con Sintetizzatore Filtro ceramica Cock Fight
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Effetto Chitarra Elettrica Pedale auto-wah. Fabbricato negli Stati Uniti, prodotto di alta gamma. Maggiori informazioni sul sito di progettazione.
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The Cock Fight is really, honestly like getting several pedals at once. I've had this for about two weeks now, and I haven't even touched bottom in terms of finding new sounds...WOW.
My test setup: American made Charvel super strat, 1987 Gibson Les Paul, Epiphone TV Special, Moog EP3 expression pedal, Mesa Boogie DC3 amp, Crate Amp, Gorilla amp, Motu to Apple computer through Mackie 2408 mixer to gold dot monitoring headphones. I also tried an SWR volume pedal that worked but didn't have the travel the Moog pedal gave from bass to treble.
Compared to a Bad Horsie wah this sounds terribly thin. That's quite an accomplishment since the Bad Horsie doesn't knock my socks off. The Bad Horsie has a huge return spring so you can't leave it cocked.
Compared to my Dunlop wah (with 5 position custom filter/boost knob) this has no scratchy potentiometer noise. Which is nice! But again, it's thinner sounding and doesn't have the range from bass to treble...It sort of "steps" from low to high instead of smoothly transitioning like a real wah pedal. The Bad Horsie wah does a weird envelope filter noise in the middle of its travel so every pedal has its weirdness.
I've been collecting pedals since the early 1980s (metal Boss pedals, metal DOD pedals, Big Muff Pi, Arion, etc.). I also have zillions of Motu computer filters and a rack full of pre-amps and cabinet emulators. I dislike the fuzz on this pedal, to be fair I'm more of a smooth distortion guy.
With the fuzz post you can't hear the wah (which is sort of normal, but it's like the wah goes away). Fuzz pre and you get the vacuum cleaner filled with bees sound. Not unexpected but not pleasant. Muddy bass to ear ache tinny highs.
Fuzz pre into a distorted amp with wah used with Moog EP3 pedal and it starts to sound nice and full.
If you set the wah to talk and pre-bend notes before you hit the string and then let them release bend slowly you can do some great Peter Frampton "do you feel" Heil talkbox licks.
Easier to setup than a Hiel talkbox.
No scratchy Dunlop wah pots.
No Bad Horsie return spring.
Fuzz is not distortion, it's fuzz.
Tiny bass knob is great.
The bias button mimics a dying battery, sounds like a bit crusher/variac which you could use on its own, but the wah/talking wah is always on and thinning out your sound.
If you don't have a full time job (money) get this over a Hiel talkbox, unless you have specific words you want to sing. It's just like my Roland Ghia synth, but less useful.
With a LOT of fine tuning and an expression pedal you could almost get a Dunlop wah without the scratchy potentiometer.
Fuzz? Like any fuzz pedal you can spend years trying different things. To me, fuzz always sounds terrible unless you're playing with a band, then you can use it on a song. If you're a kid playing alone in your basement, you'll probably be happier with distortion.
A Bad Horsie and page Boss distortion pedal would let you get so many useable sounds so easily, but at twice the cost.
I just keep trying things to make it not sound grating to me. My Arion plasticy distortion pedal I got dialed in in seconds. Same with the Boss distortion and overdrive pedals, and the DOD fuzz, distortion and overdrive pedals.
The Big Muff Pi took a few minutes of fiddling...And I feel is close to this. If you're not in love with the big Muff Pi you'll hate this, but if you actually USE a pi you'll like this.
I'm sure I'll keep fiddling and find more things I like about it, but unlike the majority of the other pedals I have this is not plug and play. You'll probably go "ugh" unless you don't have "Real" wah pedals or "Real" fuzz pedals or a "real" bit crusher filter in a DAW recording setup. Then you just won't know any better.
A strat and some 1970s licks and you'll be in heaven.
This is probably the harshest review I've ever done (except and item that literally exploded and burst into flames). I'm an easy 5 star. I've been using Amazon since the late 1990s (I'm a librarian). I Iistened to many players on YouTube auditioning this pedal: a microscopic bump on a knob makes a HUGE change in tone.
If you want a halfway decent approximation of a wah, talkbox, fuzz pre or fuzz post, bit crusher/variac, then this isn't a bad deal at one sixth the price, but at less than full sound.
Funny enough I like the fuzz better than the wah on this... But I've got a ton of better pedals that do each of these effects so much better. They cost more when you add them up though.
If you have an amp with distortion (or clean) tone you like and really need (but can't afford) fuzz, talking wah, bit crusher all at once and can't save up money fast enough then this might be for you. Eventually you'll spend money replacing each function of this pedal with reals pedals and then you'll only use this for the talkbox function. (if your band does Frampton or Aerosmith covers a lot).
I can see why a lot of people love the this pedal. It's like junk food out of a vending machine vs a sit-down restaurant. Tons of people love pork rinds, but have never tried Chateaubriand steaks. Both are great and make the world go 'round. This pedal is something they sell to teenagers who don't have anything to compare it to (nor the cash to buy it). YET. I'm still intrigued with the possibilities of this pedal! Please take this review with a grain of salt HOWEVER, THIS IS A PEDAL YOU NEED TO AUDITION IN PERSON. I HAVE A FEELING you'll love or hate it.
I'm going to plug my expression pedal back into a Pitchfork octave pedal where it belongs.
PS I got an awesome Dire Straits "Money for nothing" tone that totally put a smile on my face with this thing. Lol!
UPDATED: You need an expression pedal for this to work properly. It's not as good as a pedal wah or talk box but it will do so quasi similar sounds!