Hereâ€™s what they have to say about the new pedal in their own wordsâ€¦
If you take a classic Wah sound and widen the bass sweep and boost the resonant peaks, you get a huge new wah sound called the Mega-wah. In addition, the Mega-wah is the first all-analog wah pedal which offers all forms of wah including classic wah, auto-wah, synth-wah (envelope filter) and the aforementioned powerful new wah sound.
The pedal incorporates two independent wah circuits to provide stereo in and out channels. Being stereo allows for some unique effects; the wah sweep on one channel can be reversed to provide a completely new sound which is surprisingly melodic when combined with the straight channel. Another unique sound is achieved by plugging the output of the left channel into the input of the right channel so twice as much wah power is generated and extremes of tone hitherto not achievable.
To complete the versatility, the pedal can be switched to provide a stereo volume / gain pedal which can provide a few dB of clean gain if required. The pedal is activated by a noise-free, wear-free optically-linked pedal mechanism.
The four basic settings:
In addition, there are two selector switches on board, one is to reverse the wah on one channel and the other changes the pedal into a stereo foot-volume control that has a slight amount of clean gain when fully pressed down.
gig-fx tell us that al their pedals are designed by musicians for musicians and are housed in road-worthy, lightweight aircraft aluminum castings featuring a patented, ergonomic shape and are manufactured to the highest standards featuring a true analog signal path with transparent by-pass.
MSRP $299.99, estimated street $235