Colorsound - Wah-Wah Supremo

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Colorsound - Wah-Wah Supremo

Postby Gila_Crisis » 30 Sep 2008, 13:28

has someone some more infos about this colorsound wahwah?

i saw some guts and i see there are 2 inductuor inside it. is there a schem somewhere?

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Re: Colorsound - Wah-Wah Supremo

Postby RnFR » 30 Sep 2008, 15:57

interesting. looks like there is two of most everything. maybe it wahs up and down at the same time??
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Re: Colorsound - Wah-Wah Supremo

Postby Solidhex » 30 Sep 2008, 20:55

Wow

Weird. There's 3 footswitches. Must be a master bypass and two switches for the two wah circuits?

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Re: Colorsound - Wah-Wah Supremo

Postby borislavgajic » 30 Sep 2008, 22:34

Do we have Japanese friends here?
translation.....sound samples?
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Re: Colorsound - Wah-Wah Supremo

Postby RLBJR65 » 30 Sep 2008, 22:43

More pics in Andrews gallery http://www.aronnelson.com/gallery/main. ... um146/WAH/
More at Discofreq's too http://filters.muziq.be/model/colorsound/wahwah/supremo

Review and description.
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2 wahs that can be run separately in series or in parallel. That’s gotta be fun!
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Re: Colorsound - Wah-Wah Supremo

Postby Hanglow » 04 Oct 2008, 15:23

There's a bit on two wahs at the same time in RG's Tech of wah on his geofex site.
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Re: Colorsound - Wah-Wah Supremo

Postby bpier » 11 Feb 2018, 15:19

Hi. I own a Supremo since 20 years. You can see its on my blog : http://www.bruynooghe.fr/post/2010/05/06/Wah-légendaires-%3A-les-vintage-Vox%2C-Jen-et-Colorsound

In 2007, I wrote to Colorsound for obtaining informations about this pedal and here is the response : "Date : 01/08/2007 05:48PM Objet : Re: colorsound supremo Hello Pierre ther isnt a great deal of info on the supremo. It wasnt made in large numbers so if you have one its quirte rare dont sell it! Itwas made in the same casing as the wah fuzz swell with side controls. I thas the jumbo caing but a smaller pedal top. Ther were some made with chrome finish top and cases. Alabel was used to cover predrilled holes for the wah fuzz swell. Circuit wise I think it had 2 seperate wha wah pcbs with two independent coils/inductors The way the switching worked i think you could have the standard cs wah effect or 2 wah in series with the possibility of the 2 circuits in parallel giving all sorts of wierd sounds! It also used a specially designed custom made double gang pot. Last batches were made in the late 70s I imagine total production no more than several hundred worldwide"
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Re: Colorsound - Wah-Wah Supremo

Postby bpier » 11 Feb 2018, 15:22

bpier wrote:Hi. I own a Supremo since 2006. You can see this wah pedal on my blog, with a lot of pictures of the board, inside the shell : [url]http://www.bruynooghe.fr/post/2010/05/06/Wah-légendaires-%3A-les-vintage-Vox%2C-Jen-et-Colorsound[/url]

In 2007, I wrote to Colorsound for obtaining informations about this pedal and here is the response : "Date : 01/08/2007 05:48PM Objet : Re: colorsound supremo Hello Pierre ther isnt a great deal of info on the supremo. It wasnt made in large numbers so if you have one its quirte rare dont sell it! Itwas made in the same casing as the wah fuzz swell with side controls. I thas the jumbo caing but a smaller pedal top. Ther were some made with chrome finish top and cases. Alabel was used to cover predrilled holes for the wah fuzz swell. Circuit wise I think it had 2 seperate wha wah pcbs with two independent coils/inductors The way the switching worked i think you could have the standard cs wah effect or 2 wah in series with the possibility of the 2 circuits in parallel giving all sorts of wierd sounds! It also used a specially designed custom made double gang pot. Last batches were made in the late 70s I imagine total production no more than several hundred worldwide"
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Re: Colorsound - Wah-Wah Supremo

Postby bpier » 11 Feb 2018, 15:24

bpier wrote:
bpier wrote:Hi. I own a Supremo since 2006. You can see this wah pedal on my blog, with a lot of pictures of the board, inside the shell : http://www.bruynooghe.fr

In 2007, I wrote to Colorsound for obtaining informations about this pedal and here is the response : "Date : 01/08/2007 05:48PM Objet : Re: colorsound supremo Hello Pierre ther isnt a great deal of info on the supremo. It wasnt made in large numbers so if you have one its quirte rare dont sell it! Itwas made in the same casing as the wah fuzz swell with side controls. I thas the jumbo caing but a smaller pedal top. Ther were some made with chrome finish top and cases. Alabel was used to cover predrilled holes for the wah fuzz swell. Circuit wise I think it had 2 seperate wha wah pcbs with two independent coils/inductors The way the switching worked i think you could have the standard cs wah effect or 2 wah in series with the possibility of the 2 circuits in parallel giving all sorts of wierd sounds! It also used a specially designed custom made double gang pot. Last batches were made in the late 70s I imagine total production no more than several hundred worldwide"
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