The Seek-Wah has 8 wah settings that are sequenced one-by-one at a rate determined by the tempo control. The resultant sound is a warbling/stepping wah tone, akin to a tremolo pedal crossed with a wah. The stepping characteristic of the sound is reminiscent of analog sequencer-controlled synth-filters from the seventies. So many knobs, so little time...
The Seek wah has 10 knobs. 1st one chooses between 4, 6, or 8 wah stages. Next one is the speed of the repeating pattern. Then there are 8 knobs for the wah setting of the 8 stages.
It is not an envelope filter or standard auto wah, but you can make it sound like a boss auto wah by knob settings. Each of 8 stages has a knob that you set the position of the WAH, think of it as setting how far the wah wah pedal is pressed down at that stage. The pedal sequences through the selected stages at the selected speed. You can get some cool sample and hold type sounds, or blips, or autowah sounds. I hope to get a manual online soon.
More detailed info on the Seek Wah. . Used by Scott Henderson .