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Dunlop KH95X Kirk Hammett Collection Wah – Nearly New – New Dunlop Wah Noise Gate Guitar Effect Pedal

£189.00

The Dunlop KH95 Kirk Hammett Collection Wah is a pedal with full metal attitude. Based off the Metallica guitarists personal Cry Baby settings youre getting an instant gateway to Kirks famous solos. With a thick top end and full dynamic range youll be belting out the leads of “Enter Sandman” and “Memory Remains” before you…

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The Dunlop KH95X Kirk Hammett Collection Wah – Nearly New is in New condition and made by Dunlop , it is a great Noise Gate Wah Guitar Effect Pedal – The Dunlop KH95 Kirk Hammett Collection Wah is a pedal with full metal attitude. Based off the Metallica guitarists personal Cry Baby settings youre getting an instant gateway to Kirks famous solos. With a thick top end and full dynamic range youll be belting out the leads of “Enter Sandman” and “Memory Remains” before you know it. Even better because its modelled after Hammetts personal Cry Baby rack you wont have to spend hours fiddling to get his exact tone its all been done for you! Rocking a sparkling purple finish to match his Ouija guitar its certainly going to stand out on your pedalboard. . Available from Just Pedals for only £ 189 Kirk Hammetts signature As the lead guitarist of Metallica Kirk has made waves in the music scene. Wah is an effect that he particularly enjoys and it forms a part of some of his most impactful solos. Theres even a list on the bottom of the pedal so you can get to work recreating them! Kirk used Wah so extensively. So much in fact that it led to him using many pedals in unison to create one tone. The KH95 is here to distil all that on-stage complexity down into one easily usable pedal. Dunlop construction Its a signature but its still a Dunlop Wah pedal. And that means you can enjoy the high quality and durability that comes with their products. Featuring a heavy die-cast housing its going to survive the rowdiest metal gigs so you can put all your energy into the performance. Not only that but with True Bypass you can let your signal flow uninterrupted when you dont need the Wah effect. Specifications Product Name: Dunlop KH95X Kirk Hammett Collection Wah Product Code: JD-EFX-KH95X Effect: Wah-Wah Input Impedance: 690 k Ohm Output Impedance: 4.7 k OHm Low Pass Filter Parameter: 300 Hz to 380 Hz High Pass Filter Parameter: 1.4 kHz to 1.8 kHz Input Maximum Level: -13.5 dBV Output Maximum Level: +6.5 dBV Maximum Gain (Heel Down): +17 dB at 300 Hz to 380 Hz Maximum Gain (Toe Down): +21 dB at 1.4 kHz to 1.8 kHz Noise Floor (Heel Down): >95 dBV Noise Floor (Toe Down): >89 dBV Current Draw: 4 mA Power Supply: 9 V DC (sold separately)

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Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc., commonly known as Dunlop, is a leading manufacturer of musical instrument accessories, including guitar picks, strings, capos, slides, and effects pedals. Founded in 1965 by Jim Dunlop, the company has become synonymous with quality and innovation in the music industry.

Dunlop’s product lineup covers a wide range of accessories designed to enhance the playing experience for guitarists and other musicians. The company’s guitar picks are particularly popular, offering a variety of shapes, materials, and thicknesses to suit different playing styles and preferences. Dunlop also produces a range of guitar strings, known for their durability, tone, and playability.

In addition to accessories, Dunlop manufactures a variety of effects pedals under the MXR brand, which they acquired in 1987. MXR pedals are celebrated for their rugged construction, innovative designs, and versatile tones, making them popular among guitarists and bassists in various genres. Iconic MXR pedals include the Phase 90 phaser, the Carbon Copy analog delay, and the Dyna Comp compressor.

With a legacy of excellence spanning decades, Dunlop continues to be a trusted name in the music industry, providing musicians with high-quality accessories and effects pedals that enhance their creativity and performance.

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  • Noise Gate
  • A noise gate is a type of guitar effects pedal used to reduce unwanted noise and hum in the guitar signal chain. It works by automatically muting or attenuating the signal when it falls below a certain threshold, effectively “gating” out background noise during silent passages or when the guitar is not being played.

    Here are the key features and functions of a noise gate pedal:

    1. **Threshold**: The threshold control sets the level at which the noise gate activates. Any signal below this threshold will be attenuated or muted. Adjusting the threshold allows users to customize the sensitivity of the noise gate to match the level of background noise in their signal chain.

    2. **Decay (or Release)**: The decay control determines how quickly the noise gate closes after the signal falls below the threshold. A shorter decay time results in a faster response, while a longer decay time allows for a more gradual fade-out. This control helps to smooth out the transition between active and muted signal states.

    3. **Attack (or Hold)**: Some noise gate pedals feature an attack control, which determines how quickly the gate opens when the signal exceeds the threshold. This control can be useful for preserving the initial transient of guitar notes and preventing them from being cut off abruptly.

    4. **Range (or Depth)**: The range control adjusts the amount of attenuation applied to the signal when the noise gate is active. Increasing the range increases the amount of signal suppression, effectively reducing background noise and hum.

    5. **Release (or Hold)**: The release control sets the amount of time the gate remains closed after the signal falls below the threshold before reopening. This control helps to avoid chopping off sustained notes or chords prematurely by allowing the gate to stay closed for a specified duration.

    Noise gate pedals are commonly used in guitar rigs to eliminate unwanted noise from high-gain amplifiers, noisy effects pedals, or noisy venues. They can help improve the overall clarity and definition of the guitar tone by reducing background noise and hum, especially during quiet passages or when using high levels of distortion or gain.

    Overall, noise gate pedals are valuable tools for guitarists looking to achieve cleaner, more articulate tones by effectively controlling unwanted noise in their signal chain.

  • Wah
  • A wah pedal, short for “wah-wah” pedal, is an effects pedal commonly used with electric guitars and occasionally with electric keyboards and bass guitars. It’s known for its distinctive sound, characterized by a sweeping, resonant filter effect that mimics the human voice saying “wah.” Here’s how a wah pedal works and some common features:

    1. **Pedal Design**: A wah pedal typically consists of a foot-operated pedal and a housing unit. The pedal is attached to a potentiometer (variable resistor) inside the housing, which adjusts the frequency response of the audio signal based on the pedal’s position.

    2. **Expression Pedal Compatibility**: Many wah pedals are compatible with expression pedals, allowing players to control the wah effect in real-time using their foot. This adds a dynamic and expressive element to the performance, enabling players to vary the intensity and speed of the wah effect as they play.

    3. **Sweep Range**: The sweep range refers to the range of frequencies affected by the wah pedal. As the pedal is rocked back and forth, it sweeps through a range of frequencies, emphasizing certain frequencies while attenuating others. This creates the characteristic “wah” sound.

    4. **Q Control**: Some wah pedals feature a Q control, also known as resonance or bandwidth control, which adjusts the width of the frequency band affected by the wah effect. Higher Q settings result in a narrower band of frequencies being emphasized, producing a more pronounced and focused wah sound, while lower Q settings produce a broader, more subtle effect.

    5. **True Bypass**: Like many other effects pedals, wah pedals may feature true bypass circuitry to ensure that the pedal does not color or degrade the guitar signal when it’s not in use. True bypass preserves the tone and integrity of the instrument’s sound when the wah effect is bypassed.

    6. **LED Indicator**: Some wah pedals include an LED indicator to indicate when the effect is engaged. This provides visual feedback to the player, especially useful in low-light settings or on dimly lit stages.

    7. **Treadle Grip**: The treadle grip refers to the surface texture or material of the pedal’s foot surface. Some wah pedals feature textured or ribbed surfaces to provide better grip and control, especially when using the pedal with bare feet or in slippery conditions.

    Overall, a wah pedal is a versatile and expressive effect that adds character and flair to guitar solos, rhythm playing, and improvisations. Whether used for funky rhythm parts, expressive lead lines, or experimental sounds, a wah pedal offers guitarists a wide range of creative possibilities for shaping their tone and adding dynamic expression to their playing.

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