Vox V845 "Classic" Wah-Wah Pedal - 2009 - Present

The V845 "Classic" Wah-Wah made it's first appearance in an October 2009 Vox sales flyer. Vox nicknamed the V845 the "Classic" wah because it returned to the first-generation, two transistor circuit designed by Brad Plunkett of Thomas Organ for the original 1967 Vox Wah-Wah pedal.

The V845 was made in China and was the most affordable Vox wah pedal, having a street price of only $69.99 USD.

The V845 featured a Vox branded "L1A" inductor (see image below). The V845 had a durable injection molded plastic case and an input for a 9 VDC external power supply.


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