Happy Birthday Whammy

Digitech release the Whammy 20th Anniversary Limited Edition, Bob Bradshaw sings its praises   13-Aug-10

Happy Birthday Whammy

Digitech are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Whammy with a limited, numbered, and hand signed edition.
  • Original Whammy Performance
  • Original Whammy Presets
  • Dive Bomb Effect
  • LED Indicators Display Preset Selection
  • MIDI In for Remote Control
  • Wet/Dry Outputs
  • Power Supply Included
Also celebrating an anniversary is Custom Audio Electronics (CAE). CAE is dedicated to providing musicians with the best possible equipment on the market, which is why owner Bob Bradshaw starts every custom pedal board with the Whammy Pedal. Celebrating 20 years of success in Los Angeles, CAE continues to provide excellent musical solutions to guitar enthusiasts around the globe.
"The Whammy has been a staple in my custom pedal board setups from the beginning," said Bradshaw. "From its simplistic design to its powerful note-bending ability, the Whammy should always be the starting point for any guitarist, young or old; professional or novice."
Bradshaw, a legendary guitar systems designer, has designed and constructed pedal boards for multiple guitarists in bands including: Green Day, Elton John, U2, Van Halen, Lenny Kravitz, James Taylor, Prince, Motley Crue, Blink 182, Peter Frampton and many others.
"Hearing a Whammy in action is the ultimate treat for fans coming to see their favorite band," continued Bradshaw. "With the pedal, the artists can take their hit songs and completely rework them for an even greater experience. I'm very proud of my work and the Whammy ensures I provide my customers with the greatest sound possible."
"Harman takes great pride in the DigiTech Whammy pedal, just as Bob takes great pride in his custom pedal boards,"
said Rob Urry, President of the Harman Music Group. "We are very excited to continue supplying state-of-the-art pedals to musicians through Bob and CAE." More information:
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