CHASE TONE® Script Wah™

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We also have the Chase Tone® Scripture Wah™ Wait List that Hybrid Captures the best vintage Signature (Script) and Picture Wahs all-in one! New MP3s coming soon!


Chase Tone Vox Clyde McCoy Script Wah Replica


Fine-tuned replica of the mid-late 1960s highly sought after Vox Clyde McCoy Script Wah. The unique and recognizable curved sweep offers a smooth, wet sound and thus operating the pedal in a rapid motion offers Univibe like pulsating tones very easily. The Chase Tone Script Wah Replica can be further custom tuned to be even more reminiscent of the quick and fast ‘midnight lamp’ muted trumpet wah wah sounds – including the elusive ‘White Room Studio’. Please check out the sound samples below!

“When it comes to hardcore authenticity in vintage gear replicas, no one tops Chase Tone.” Premier Guitar Magazine May 2012

Closet Classic

Vintage Black Texture & Hot Rod Chrome

Chase Tone Script Wah Closet Classic Finish

Closet Classic Finish: Authentic 1960s Vox Black Texture Powder Coat Finish with Hexavalent Hot-Rod Show-Room Chrome Rocker Top!


“I was able to extensively test your [Script Wah w/Vintage Bypass] in a live situation and at home. It really ACHIEVES the Cream/Clapton sound, from the vocal Wah-ness and the Univibe like flutter. Your Wah smokes all the other vintage voiced Wahs I’ve tried too, like the by an incredible margin. This is insane, and I was seriously freaking out when I first tried it because it sounds exactly like the Wah Clapton used in Cream. It was worth every penny. You have yourself a new loyal customer.” -Cooper

Features include:

* Military Grade Fiber Glass Circuit Board with Plated-Thru-Holes for a superior connection able to withstand years of world tours.
* Handmade Halo inductor as found in the 1960s Vox Clyde McCoy Picture & Script wahs. The proper ferrite for the proper sound. This is not a typical reissue halo inductor on the market. Wound to proper specs and dual potted for noise free performance and reliability- High Temperature Military Epoxy is used in a dual step process to pot the coil and then the ferrite/inductor to withstand the impact and vibrations of a world tour. When near a loud vintage tube amplifier the inductor reacts similar to a guitar pickup compressing and delivering a unique sonic signature voice but micro-phonics are reduced due to the potting method used. (This inductor will not give problems on a loud stage where other inductors can howl and feedback making the wah unusable. The potting process also ensures long-life reliable performance.)
* New Production  (1968-1969 material & cosmetic spec) Carbon Film Resistors.
* Custom made low gain silicon transistors to exacting specs of the best NOS European transistors found in the original Italian Vox wahs.
* Real vintage 1960s Mullard Tropical Fish polyester capacitors. Same used in original 1960s Vox Clyde McCoy Wah Wahs.
* Rare, high quality NOS Polystyrene capacitors as used in the original Clyde McCoy & Italian V846 Wahs. Prized by audiophiles for the ultimate silky-smooth, clear tone.
* Bipolar electrolytic capacitor as found in original Italian Vox V846 wahs.
* PVC stranded copper wire.
* True-Bypass Ribbed front bumper to prevent accidentally turning off switch but still allow easy turn ON ability.
(Custom Option: Vintage-Bypass: This lessens high end offering a smoother warmer response from some vintage tube amplifiers. Vintage-Bypass is part of the sound heard on those famous recordings and changes the wah tone in the ON position slightly, so it can be built this way to replicate this.) Customers normally prefer True-Bypass unless using only a few pedals and loud tube amplifiers.
* High quality Switchcraft open jacks.
* Adapter jack on output jack side of chassis for negative (standard) ground adapters. Polarity protection and noise filtering circuitry installed.
* Black bottom plate (with large vintage replica rubber feet) same as transitional wahs in the Clyde McCoy to V846 era.
* Improved pivot mechanism offering a smoother performance. It will not flop forward when leaving it in one position for that vowel-y frequency mid or treble boost.
* Ultra Lightweight Aluminum weighs a fraction of the traditional zinc wah enclosures!
*Built with pride and care, and individually fine-tuned and tested one at a time in the USA.

Wah Output Buffer: “Ensures impedance matching with various distortion devices for uncompromising wah sweep.”

“I have an old original 60s Vox Clyde McCoy and I’ve compared it with the one you made for me. It’s very close. I’ve tried many wahs: and I can tell you’re really the Man!!! Once again Congratulations!” -Benjamin

Chase Tone Custom Candy Apple Hammer Hot Rod Chrome Top

“Wow, this wah is the best! I’m totally impressed – thanks for such a great job! Now I understand why my other two wahs don’t have a smooth sweep. Your wah favors the mids more than my other wahs, so it holds on to the note and doesn’t let go. My other wahs have much more bass and a higher treble frequency, and the mids are only there for a small section of the sweep, so that’s why they transition from bass to treble so quickly, almost like an on/off switch. Your wah is fat and pleasing even when all the way forward. That’s it – this wah rules and it’s coming on the road with me! Ive had a problem with wahs from the beginning. . . [Later Update] Recently I bought a Chase Tone Script Wah, and it’s the best wah I’ve ever owned. Problem solved. -Scott Henderson (Candy Red Vein w/ Chrome Top Script Wah)

“I love it! Using it at tonight’s show, will make a studio recording of it in a few days. Thanks Kyle!”  “The wah you made for me is ridiculous, everything I’ve always wanted from a wah and more! The show was terrific, the wah killed, all good my brother, thank you very much.” – Jon Butcher’


Hey Kyle, I field tested the Wah and FuzzFace on SAT night @ the Larcom Theater in Boston MA. The show was off the hook, both sounded terrific at stage volume- rich and deep, in fact the width/ depth of the FuzzFace was glorious. I used my small rig, ]2] 4×12 cabs, [2] Marshall Super Lead 100’s.”


-Order Details-

$410 Closet Classic Vintage Black Texture & Hexvalent Hot Rod Chrome Rocker.

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    WOW!… The Wah arrived yesterday and sounds incredible.
    The tone and feel of the mid-range in particular is exactly what I’ve been trying to find for a very long time. 
    I can’t thank you enough for the extra effort you put into communicating all the options and the fine tuning you did on this Wah for me.
    I’ve always thought a Wah could sound like this but you’re the first person i’ve found to nail it, I can’t wait to take this into the studio next week.
    Thanks again,



    Sound Clips:


    Chase Tone Script Wah (True Bypass) Burning of the Midnight Lamp

    – Brite Channel Input-

    Settings: Presence 5, Bass 4, Middle 10, Treble 6, Vol I 10, VoI II 0,

    Sound Clip Description:

    1966 JTM45/100 Replica w/ Angled Pinstripe Replica Cabinet & 30 watt speakers.

    1968 Fender Stratocaster Replica w/reverse staggered pickups, reverse angled bridge pickup, and reverse neck featuring tone control modification to bridge single coil pickup. Neck pickup is used in sound clip.

    Korg Digital Recorder- Reverb added for ambience. Mic’d 10” (inches) away from center cone.


    Sunshine of Your Love

    – Dark Channel Input-

    Settings: Presence 8, Bass 10, Middle 10, Treble 10, Vol I 0, VoI II 10,

    Sound Clip Description:

    1966 JTM45/100 Replica w/ Tall Pinstripe Replica Cabinet & 30 watt speakers.

    Gibson Firebird

    Korg Digital Recorder- Reverb added for ambience. Mic’d 12” (inches) away from center cone.


    Voodoo Child Slight Return

    -Bright Channel Input-

    Settings: Presence 2, Bass 2, Middle 8, Treble 6, Vol I 7.5, VoI II 0,

    Sound Clip Description:

    1966 JTM45/100 Replica w/ Angled Pinstripe Replica Cabinet & 30 watt speakers.

    1968 Fender Stratocaster Replica w/reverse staggered pickups, reverse angled bridge pickup, and reverse neck featuring tone control modification to bridge single coil pickup. Neck pickup is used in sound clip.

    Korg Digital Recorder- Reverb added for ambience. Mic’d 10” (inches) away from center cone.