Boss announces PW-3 Wah Pedal

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Musikmesse 2015: Continuing the current trend of small-footprint pedals, the new Boss PW-3 Wah pedal delivers all-analog pro wah wah tones in a rugged, space-saving design that conserves precious space on your pedalboard. Newly developed by BOSS, the PW-3’s Rich mode has a uniquely full wah voice that retains the low-end definition and fullness lost with typical wah circuits. Want a more traditional tone? Just flip the rear-panel switch to Vintage mode for that classic wah vibe.

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Unlike other pedals that sacrifice feel and functionality when trimmed down in size, the PW-3 strikes the perfect balance between practicality and playability. Its die-cast aluminium chassis is solid and substantial underfoot, and the long, smooth pedal action is highly responsive and feels great. Another issue with downsized pedals is that it’s hard to see when the effect is on or off, because your foot blocks the view. The PW-3 solves this with status LEDs on each side of the pedal, making it much easier to see when the wah is activated.

Features:

  • Unique Rich mode retains low-end fullness, eliminating the thin tone of typical wah designs
  • Vintage mode for the familiar classic wah sound
  • Low-noise operation and pro playing feel with smooth pivot action and adjustable tension
  • Space-saving design fits easily on crowded pedalboards
  • Rugged, die-cast aluminium chassis provides a rock-solid feel and gig-ready durability
  • On/off LEDS on each side of the pedal make it easy to see status at a glance

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