Hendrix Wah Wah Pedal

$74.65 $298.60

DF2210 'Vintage Hendrix' Wah Wah Pedal




A fantastic sounding wah wah pedal, exactly the same as the CryBaby sound, but only a fraction of the price.


A wah wah pedal is a must for any guitar player emulating the sounds of the late 60s and 70s and every Hendrix player has one. He was, afterall, the master of wah sound and distortion and still leaves aspiring guitarists scratching their heads, as to what he was playing and how he got that sound.


You can replicate his mastery now easily with your own Hendrix style sound!


The Daphon brand has been in the market more than 20 years as professional manufacturers of electric guitar effect pedals, amplifiers and accessories.

The DF2210 delivers the classic wah-wah effect, found so often in rock and blues music and made famous by Jimi Hendrix. A wah wah adds a new dimension to your guitar playing, making sounds and riffs that were never possible, suddenly a reality.

The pedal operation is smooth, as you sweep through the full range of the wah effects. An on/off button under the moveable pedal controls whether the wah effect is on. This on/off button is switched by pressing the pedal all the way down (forward), thus making it possible to smoothly switch between clean and wah wah during your performance.


We have a very limited supply of the DF2210 Hendrix Wah Wah Pedals.


At this price they won't last long 


Package including

  • 1 × Effect Pedal
  • 1 × User Manual
  • 1 ×  Free Connector
  • 1 x 9v Battery Included


The Top 10 Wah Pedal Guitar Solos Ever

10. “Surfing with the Alien” — Joe Satriani (Surfing with the Alien, 1987) Soloist: Joe Satriani

09. “Turn Up the Night” — Black Sabbath (Mob Rules, 1981) Soloist: Tony Iommi

08. “Telephone Song” — Vaughan Brothers (Family Style, 1990) Soloist: Stevie Ray Vaughan

07. “Bad Horsie” — Steve Vai (Alien Love Secrets, 1995) Soloist: Steve Vai

06. “Even Flow” — Pearl Jam (Ten, 1991) Soloist: Mike McCready

05. “A New Level” — Pantera (Vulgar Display of Power, 1992) Soloist: Dimebag Darrell

04. “Enter Sandman” — Metallica (Metallica, 1991) Soloist: Kirk Hammett

03. “Sweet Child O’ Mine” — Guns N’ Roses (Appetite for Destruction, 1987) Soloist: Slash

02. “White Room” — Cream (Wheels of Fire, 1968) Soloist: Eric Clapton

01. “Voodoo Child (Slight Return)” — The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Electric Ladyland, 1968) Soloist: Jimi Hendrix


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