Our Funky, Tripped-Out Neutrino Envelope Filter and Auto Wah!
This dynamic wah sound is an effect based on your pick attack or strength. The harder you pick, the harder it “wahs”! The brand new Keeley Neutrino Envelope Filter and Auto-Wah! This funky, tripped-out circuit is something I’ve wanted to do for over a decade. Reviews have been stellar. Each opto-coupler is tuned to perfection; every Keeley Neutrino is like finding a magical vintage unit with that perfect tone.
The Keeley Neutrino gives you all the classic, funk, auto-wah sounds and that Jerry-In-A-Box sound. We have used the classic opto-coupler design for a rich and warm depth to the effect. Envelope filter sound is an effect triggered by your pick attack or strength. The harder you pick, the harder it “wahs”! Sounds bubble up from a deep rounded warmth to a shinning brilliance. Solo notes are individually expressive based on how hard you play. Create incredible vowel sounds… Can you say “Let’s get it on”?!? Chord-work “stabs” sound right out of the disco dictionary, play that funky music white boy!
was last modified: June 18th, 2019 by Patrick O'Brien
Hotrod Clyde Wah (Special Edition) by Joe Gagan Exclusive to Leprechaun FX! A special "Canadian Tribute" red and white limited-edition of Joe Gagan's famous Hotrod Clyde wah pedal made specifically for our shop. Only six were ever made - so once they are gone, they're gone!
Best value in true vintage-style wah tone - compare and see!
Real 1978 stack of dimes inductor, vintage and new parts selected for super 60s voxey tone - with a hotrod EDGE. The watery, fluttery vocal tones we all love on those classic records. Works exceedingly well for clean sounds and takes distortion of all types very well.
Super low parts count and vintage low gain transistors for low hiss and idle noise. Handwired by the Joe Gagan.
No buffers in OR out, for a true vintage experience. (Buffers of any type on the input or output do not get the simple 2 transistor response and tone that 60s wahs had in our experience.)
was last modified: February 15th, 2018 by Patrick O'Brien