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Win the Awesome Rewah Pro Pedal By Mission Engineering

March 28, 2013
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Built around a custom inductor of the type used in high-end audio amplifiers, the inductance and resistance are the same as the vintage halo inductors that are highly coveted for wah pedals. The huge core, twice the size of a typical coil, results in excellent bass response and little saturation. Dual transistor, JFET output buffer, and hardwired True Bypass™ ensure extremely low noise.
 
Rewah Pro™ can also be rewired with four different circuit modifications to change the tonal characteristics via a small internal switch block. Options include gain control, extended bandwidth, and adjustable Q. The switches can be used alone or in series to provide sixteen possible tone modifications.
 
The Mission Rewah Pro™ features the same all metal construction, and highest quality electronic components that have made Mission pedals respected worldwide for their performance and reliability. 

All you have to do, to win this incredibly great sounding wah, is answer this simple question: 
 
How many colors does Mission Engineering offer its EP1 Expression pedal in? 
 
Email your answer to info@mission-engineering.com by 30th April 2013 and Mission will pick one correct entry at random. 
 
Competition open to US residents only. Please note, that there is no cash alternative and the judge’s decision is final. 
Any entries received after the closing date will not be entered into the draw. 
 
Competition terms and conditions are available at www.missionengineering.com/rewahcompetition

Guitar Player Review - PEDAL MANIA, Feb 2013
“Housed within this vocal-sounding wah’s sweet looking gloss purple enclosure is a custom audiophile-grade inductor and four micro switches that can be used to fine-tune the response in a number of ways.  Activating switch #1 adds a slight gain boost with some soft saturation. Switch #2 lowers the center frequency and narrows the bandwidth for a snarkier wah tone. Switch #3 takes the center frequency down even further for bass-heavy wah. Switch #4 reduces gain and broadens the bandwidth for cleaner, funkier tones. The switches interact in interesting ways depending on how you set them, allowing you to put your own sonic ID on this excellent sounding wah.”
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