The MXR Auto Q auto wah pedal gives you expressive control over some great rhythmic and tonal textures that will make it an essential part of your guitar effects arsenal. Dunlop pedals are built for the long haul, with top-notch components, super-durable metal housings, reliable footswitches, and large, easy-to-use control knobs that are perfect for onstage tweaking. Use the Range, Q, Volume, Decay, Blend, and Rate knobs on the Auto Q to get complete control over the effect. You can go from funky, rhythmic effects to subtle shimmers with the MXR Auto Q.

MXR Auto Q Auto Wah Pedal Features:
  • Power: Single 9-volt battery or Dunlop ECB-003 AC adapter
  • Footswitch toggles effect On/Bypass (red LED indicates on)
  • Range knob controls frequency floor of effect
  • Q knob adjusts the intensity of the wah effect
  • Volume controls overall effect output level (inactive in Bypass mode)
  • Decay knob controls the drop-off of the wah effect or transition between wah and shimmer
  • Blend knob controls the mix between auto-wah and shimmer
  • Rate knob controls the speed of the shimmer effect
  • Band switch selects favored frequency range of effect
  • Heavy-duty metal housing
  • Reliable footswitch

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Listed4 months ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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  • M120 Auto Q Wah
  • Black
  • 2010s
Made In
  • United States
Pedal Format
  • Standard

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