Vox V847A Wah-Wah Pedal - 2007 - Present

The Vox V847A made it's first appearance in the Vox "Commemorative 50th Anniversary Issue" catalog from 2007. It's introduction ended a twelve year relationship between Korg and Dunlop Manufacturing to produce the Vox Wah-Wah in the USA. The V847A was produced in China.

The V847A featured a Vox branded "L1A" inductor (see image below). Unlike the original V846 two transistor wah circuit designed in 1966 by Brad Plunkett at Thomas Organ, the V847A was expanded to include three transistors. The V847A had a die cast aluminum case with a chrome rocker pedal and an input for a 9 VDC external power supply.


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