Why should guitarists have all the fun? The BR-2 Bottom Wah Rocker features the same uniquely voiced envelope filter circuit as our legendary WR-2, but custom tuned for the low-end frequencies of the bass guitar. Now you can get the same squawky, throaty wah sounds as the WR-2 without losing the almighty bottom that holds up your band and puts people on the dance floor!
By changing a few components we were able to retain the unmistakable voice of the Wah Rocker circuit without sacrificing the low end. By shifting the BR-2's filter sweep to a lower frequency range, an entire gamut of new sounds are now attainable. Variable Threshold (determines strength of effect) and Decay (determines the speed of the effect) controls allow for a wide variety of auto-wah effects that are similar in tone to the classic Mutron Micro V (without the vintage price tag, of course). Lower Threshold settings allow the BR-2 to act as a static low-pass filter, yielding earth shaking lows on par with the phattest analog synth. In addition to use with the bass, the BR-2 works perfectly as an outboard filter effect for DJ's and Dance & Techno remix projects. The BR-2 is already standard equipment for Bass luminaries like Bootsy Collins, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, and TM Stevens as well as Funk Keyboard pioneer Bernie Worrell.
The BR-2 Bottom Wah Rocker for bass - Get yours and groove!
Input Impedance: 470K ohm
Input Jack: 1/4 Inch standard phone jack
Output Impedance: 1k Ohm
Output Jack: 1/4 Inch standard phone jack
Controls: THRESHOLD, DECAY
Max Input Level: 1V
Max Output Level: 1v
Filter Frequency Range: 100Hz - 4KHz
Power Supply: 9V Manganese dry cell battery or special AC Adaptor
Power Voltage: DC9V (Battery) / DC9 V (AC Adaptor)
Current Consumption: 10 mA
AC Adaptor: Guyatone AC2 (optional) Input: AC120V Output: DC9V/200 mA (Center -/Sleeve +)