Vörunúmer 25350234555000

Fender Tread-Light Wah Pedal

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Not able to see your wah pedal in the dark? Don’t cry about it. Fender’s Tread-Light™ Wah Pedal contains a unique, switchable under treadle LED that allows for ease of visibility on stage under any light. It features adjustable treble and a three-way top mounted mid-frequency toggle for a variety of tonal options. The internal buffer can be switched to a buffered or classic wah effect.

Designed by Fender’s in-house team of experts, the Tread-Light™ Wah Pedal is an all-original Fender circuit. The stage-ready chassis and treadle are crafted from lightweight, durable anodized aluminum, with a wooden pad designed for the rigors of live performance. The switchable LED indicates when the pedal is active and ready for use.

Fender Tread-Light Wah Pedal
Fender Tread-Light Wah Pedal

FEATURES

  • Analog Wah Pedal
  • Adjustable 3-Way frequency selector
  • Switchable under-treadle LED
  • Switchable Internal BufferTreadle torque is adjustable for comfort
  • Power with 9V battery or center negative AC adapter (not included)
 
Adjustable 3-Way frequency selector
ADJUSTABLE 3-WAY FREQUENCY SELECTOR

Adjustable frequency and range allow you to control your cry.

Switchable Buffer
SWITCHABLE BUFFER

Internal buffer lets you switch between a buffered or more classic wah sound.

ON/OFF CONTROLLABLE LEDS
ON/OFF CONTROLLABLE LEDS

Toggle switch allows you to easily activate or deactivate under-treadle lights

UNDER-TREADLE LED LIGHT
UNDER-TREADLE LED LIGHT

Inconspicuous under-treadle light allows you to locate your wah on even the darkest stages.

9V DC Power
9V DC POWER

Since it uses a center-negative 9VDC connection, it’s easy to use the Tread-Light™ Wah with most pedalboards and power supplies.

Stage-ready construction
STAGE-READY CONSTRUCTION

Fender Tread-Light™ pedals are crafted from lightweight, durable anodized aluminum and includes a stylish woodgrain treadle.

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