The Rewah Pro is the next generation all analog wah pedal from Mission Engineering. Rewah is built around a custom inductor of the type used in very high end audio amplifiers. The inductance and resistance are the same as the vintage halo inductors that are highly coveted for wah pedals. Due to the huge core, twice the size of a typical wah coil, Rewah has excellent bass response and little saturation making it ideal for contemporary styles with extended bass such as dropped tuning and six and seven string guitars.
Audiophile quality dual transistor, JFET output buffer, and hardwired True Bypass ensure extremely low noise. Mission’s own design cast metal chassis matched to a sealed pot gives vintage style strength and feel while offering an increased frequency range over a typical wah pedal. Rewahs secret weapon is that it can be rewired (Rewah’d) with four different circuit modifications to change the tonal characteristics via a small internal switch block. Boost the gain and lower the Q for rock and metal. Extend the bandwidth and reduce the gain for a clean country twang. The switches can be used alone or in series to suit your style, or just to change up your tone. The Mission Rewah Pro has featured in Guitar and Bass Magazine, November 2012, Guitar Player Magazine, February 2013, and Guitarist Magazine March 2013. Switchable options
Sw1. Increases gain to add slight overdrive to the output transistor.
Sw2. Slightly lowers the filters center frequency and reduces the bandwidth for a more nasal wah sound.
Sw3. Significantly lowers the center of the filter band for a bass heavy wah.
Sw4. Slightly reduces gain and increases bandwidth for a cleaner sound.
Switches can be used individually or in conjunction for a total of sixteen different tonal variations. The Rewah Pro is finished in a clear coated metallic candy purple, or carbon fiber graphic with an aluminum Rewah badge. Like most Mission products, the Rewah Pro is covered by a one year warranty and features a 30 day money back return policy. Check out the support page for more info on these.