Dare you to look inside your Wah Wah pedal ,YUK!!!!!!!

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Put your wah in the heel down position and take a look at whats going on in their!!!! Man,mines loaded with all sorts of fuzz,hair(cat,dog)and crapola.Needless to say I cleaned it out.
 

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I received a used Dunlop 535Q in trade a number of months ago. When I went to sell it, I cleaned it up thoroughly. You think it's bad looking at your own nastiness inside your wah, try cleaning out someone else's. ;)
 

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I thought you meant: do I open it up? To that I would say of course; it's a Teese, I love art. :)
But to answer the real question, my wah is pretty clean, because I stow it in an ammo box, with my cords, strap, picks, beano, etc.... It stays clean and protected when I'm not playing it .
 

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I thought you meant: do I open it up? To that I would say of course; it's a Teese, I love art. :)
But to answer the real question, my wah is pretty clean, because I stow it in an ammo box, with my cords, strap, picks, beano, etc.... It stays clean and protected when I'm not playing it .
no,dont unscrew anything!!!!
 

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I have to; there's a volume trimpot inside. I actually set it a little lower than it came because I use itclean a lot.
 

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Come on, don´t you see those dusty, dirty bursts around? They´re the holy grail. :naughty:
if I had a holy grail guitar,it might get some dust on it,but no dirt(unless I'm playing live at a motocross dirt bike event)ha!!!!:laugh2:
 

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It's the grime that's holding some of my old ones together.
 

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Clean the dirt and fuzz out of the gear with a Q-tip and add in some fresh white lithium grease and your good to go for another 10-20 years. :)
 


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