An average wah when it worked, and it crapped out on my after no time at all.
It looks cool (glow in the dark logo, foot shaped pedal, glowing dog eyes) and sounds ok, but I bought it because it was cheaper.
I recently went and bought a Vox wah and it's completely beautiful. I've found with guitar gear, there's no substitute for the real thing.
Bottom line: I bought the wah because it was on sale, and would not buy another one. If my vox broke, I would rush over to my nereast dealer and buy another one no matter what the price.
Cool wah, with lots of flexability in tone.
Has 3 settings:
And two settings that make the signal clean, or adds some crunch named: Estrogen or Testosterone.
I play an Epiphone LP Standard, through my wah (orginaly the whine-o, now through a Vox), a MXR phase 90, a ts9 tube screamer, boss ds-1, boss dd-5, then my pride and joy, a 1970's silverface fender twin (I have many friends with all sorts of marshall,solid state, digital, and tube stuff that doesn't even come close in tone)
I play a lot of blues and classic rock, but it is flexable enough in tone that you could play pretty much any genre with it.
Sound quality was pretty good, but every one I tried really made a loud "popping" sound when I turned it on. Also, if I change the settings when its engaged, again, it made a snap or popping sound. It wasn't bad in the store, but as I played it at home it got worse. I cleaned all the switches and still got the same thing. Eventually, it got pretty bad (I'd use my volume pedal to turn everything down before I could engage the wah).
Then one day, it just stopped making that sound. I was ecstatic!
When one day, I was jamming and started to take a solo, so I decided to turn on my killer wah! Stomped on it and nothing happened, and I don't mean no wah was engaged, I mean it completely cut my signal to nothing. So there I was playing a killer solo "unplugged" thanks to my wah.
It quite working all together after that, and I never return to gear that let's me down durring a gig. I consider it a bad sign for it to kick out when it matters most, so, I tossed it in the closset never to return.