Hey all. I had a gift card to Guitar Center so I decided to pick up a used Vox V847. I bought it from the Guitar Center website since a used Vox wah was not available at a local store. It just came in today and I immediately noticed something very strange about it. Hopefully I can explain it well enough. The effect doesn't change the tone during the entire sweep of the pedal. By that I mean, when it's toe down it's full treble and as you rock the pedal back to heel down you hear the wah sweep as normal, but the last ~10% of the sweep the tone remains the same. If it's heel down, you can rock it forward slightly without the tone changing at all. The wah sweep doesn't start to change until you've rocked the pedal forward a little more. So there's a dead spot when the pedal is heel down where the EQ doesn't change at all. A Vox wah was actually the first way I ever bought. I had an older model before they added the power jack. That's actually why I got rid of it for a Cry Baby. I've owned several Cry Baby wahs since then. It's been about 20 years since I've owned a Vox, but I DEFINITELY remember that the tone change was across the entire sweep range of the pedal. This is also how every what pedal that I've ever used works. This Vox that I just got is the new model with the power jack, but this just can't be the way the new Vox wahs work! The pedal seems to work fine outside of this issue. I feel like maybe there should be more range on the bass side, but I've exclusively used Cry Baby wahs for the last 20 years so I can't be sure that this is just how it's supposed to sound. Is there something wrong with my pedal? Pretty sure there is, but I just want to be sure before communicating with Guitar Center.