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My Fulltone Wah doesn't "click"

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The switch has probably failed mechanically. You will need to replace the switch.

Posted on Mar 20, 2011

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I need parts for my 2002 clyde deluxe wah.....one knob for the side 3 tone mode and 2 feet with screws....can you help thanks Wayne 443-850-5240.....


You can get the feet at home depot in the hardware section. They should be in the specialty drawers.
you may be able get the knob there also. if not, Radioshack has a small selection of replacement knobs. Do you need the 3-way switch also?

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Hello i bought a Fulltone Clyde Standard Wah and it worked without any problems so far, but lately it started giving some kind of static noise when i turned it on and moved the pedal up and down. I had my...


The pot is generating noise. Some noise is unavoidable from pots. Using excess gain in the amp that that follows it will worsen the problem. If ypu can get to the pot and it has a way to squirt some CRC226 in it would help. You would have to use the spout on the can to squirt into the slot where the leads go into the pot. You can get CRC226 at Home Depot in the electrical dept.

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My fulltone deluxe clyde wah is making a noise like cookie monster eating cookies as it goes through it's sweep. any ideas?


Get some CRC226 from Home Depot in the electrical dept and using the spout put some in the pot through the slot IF your unit has a pot with a slot where the leads go in. If the pot does not have a slot, then replace the pot. Also verify the noise is NOT from loose connecting cables by wiggling them manually. The motion of the pedal may be wiggling these.

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Fulltone Clyde Deluxe wah distorts and interferes with other pedals, along with a narrow pedal range for the effect, though the pedal has a full sweep. I have gotten no answer from Fulltone on the...


The best way to understand the problem source is to minimize the components. In this case, try the pedal alone first. You need to determine whether or not the pedal is causing the distortion. With the pedal alone, how does the system sound/work? Is it acceptable and performing as expected? If so, then the next step is to add one more effect in the chain. Try the effect BEFORE the Fulltone first. Does the distortion appear? If so, then the problem is likely in the input stage of the Fulltone. It should be able to handle mic level inputs. The effects you are using should be outputing the same level as well. If you are unsure of the output signal levels of the effects, set the guitar to a fixed level and insert one effect at a time. The overall signal level should be similar for each one at the "unity gain" setting.

Please try a few options as suggested above one at a time and report the results here inas much detail as you can. This should help to resolve the problem.

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Wah wont always bypass when I let off.


The switch has probably failed or the pad that actuates it. These things take a beating. Verify that the switch is mechanically working, and then check with ohmmeter. The pad triggering the switch gets worn and fails to actuate the switch completely is common on pedals. The internal parts of the switches fail... NOTE: many of these switches have metric mounts and are hard to find exact repalcements.

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When i select the wah pedal funtion, it does not make the wah


You are apparently talking about an FX pedal with a built in wah function. Which pedal and model number? The Digitech RP350 for instance has a special procedure for initializing and recalibrating the pedal. Is that the problem or is it maybe the opto isolator ?

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Where can i find a free wiring diagram for a Rogue WV - 201


If you have tried contacting Rogue themselves you are probably going to be out of luck. Luckily most wah pedals are pretty straight forward. Goto this page, this guy has a lot of good info on wah pedals. (http://www.geofex.com/article_folders/wahpedl/wahped.htm)
This is more than likely the same circuit in your Rogue, guitar effects anymore are just like the wheel, what is the point of reinventing it. Good luck




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You will have to recalibrate your pedal. If you don't have your manual anymore try going to www.digitech.com. The procedure for the RP350 so that you don't lose your presets is : 1. Press and hold the UP/DOWN Footswitches until PDLCAL appears in the display (BYPASS,TUNER and EXIT will be displayed before PDLCAL is accessed after about 5 seconds). 2. When the display prompts you with TOEDN, rock the EXPESSION PEDAL forward (toe down) and press either FOOTSWITCH.
3. When the Display prompts you with TOE UP, rock the EXPRESSION PEDAL back (toe up ) and press either FOOTSWITCH.
4. The Display now prompts you to calibrate the V-Switch sensitivity (VSWxxx), where xxx is the current V-switch threshold. Rock the EXPRESSION PEDAL forward and press firmly on the toe once to turn the V-switch on (WAH ON) and again to turn the V-switch off (WAH OFF).
5. If the V-switch is too sensitive, press the right UP FOOTSWITCH to raise the threshold (range is 0-2000. Keep testing the V-switch sensitivity and adjust the threshold until it only engages when you want it to ( too sensitive a setting will lead to the V-switch falsely triggering on or off when using the Expression Pedal).
6.When the V-switch sensitivity is set to your satisfaction, press both UP/DOWN FOOTSWITCHES simultaneously to exit. NOTE: IF the DISPLAY shows ERROR, an error has occurred and steps 2 through 5 should be repeated. Sorry fo the caps but thats how the instructions appear in my sons manual. You can also dowload the manual and an editor librarian (for the 350 at least) at their site. They might even have an update for your pedal. Hope this helps. Keep playing.

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Ibanez Weeping Demon WD7 Wah pedal is not working properly


Sounds like a problem with the optical sensor. Your best bet would be to try to get a replacement from Ibanez or take it to a repairman. They are a resistor just like a pot but work by having an LED on one side and an optical "eye" on the other reading the amount of light passed thru transparent film. Morley has replacements for their wahs....not sure if its the same resistance. An audio repairman should hook you up.

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