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Ten Spot II V.3


A faithful reproduction the vintage WH10 wah pedal that is fuzz friendly with some amazing new options!

Vintage WH10 tones! Get your funk on!

Ten Spot II V.3 Manual

Ten Spot II V.3 Frequency Settings


Based on the vintage WH10V1 the Ten Spot II V.3 takes everything you love about the original TSII and WH10 and increases the options. The beloved wah of players such as John Frusciante of RHCP, Josh Klinghoffer formerly of RHCP and currently playing and touring with Pearl Jam and Pluralone and other bands such as the Mars Volta the WH10V1 has a funky quack that is rivaled by none. With the Ten Spot II V.3 not only do you have one of the greatest wah tones at your fingertips you now have the option to alter the frequencies of the wah sweep when the pedal is switched into bass or guitar mode. 

I’ve always felt that this circuit was well, less than amazing when it was in bass mode and that it would be cool to be able to tweet the guitar settings as well which was the main reason the Funk Factory was brought to fruition. I re-engineered the circuit board to allow you to sculpt that bass and guitar tone with four internal six position frequency switches. When switch 3, 4, 5 & 6 are engaged on both banks of switches you will have the stock bass and guitar settings of the pedal. You can turn one switch off and leave the other on or try multiple combinations of settings to further tweak the sound of the pedal.  If you would like to learn more about this feature please feel free to browse over the frequency settings sheet and manual links linked above. 

Each pedal features a volume control to tame that boost so many players complain about, guitar/bass q switch, depth control and two banks of frequency switches located inside the pedal. The Ten Spot II V.3 is fuzz friendly and plays well with a majority of fuzzes and distortion/overdrives on the market today. Powered by a 2.1mm center negative 9vdc power supply or high quality 9vdc battery. It is backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor aside from friction-based components. It also features an exact replica of the WH10V1 pot that gives the V1 that watery quack and sweep that sets it apart from the reissues. If you have any questions about this or any other Wilson Effects pedal please feel free to email me or use the contact form on the Home page.

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