Wah Mounting Plate
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• RMC – most 2006 & earlier. RMC’s that fit the MP-1 will have vertical lines running toe to heel on the rubber foot treadle pad and marked “instrument” on the right and “amplifier” on the left. The DC power jack is also on the right/input side.
Exceptions: Some early RMC1 and RMC3 wahs from late 2000 to early ’01 (see MP-3) and many RMC’s built after July, 2006. (see MP-6 and MP-7).
• Dunlop – wah, bass wah, Uni-Vibe, Rotovibe, early model volume pedals (with Cry Baby type housings) and vintage wahs made in the USA.
Exceptions: Not for Dunlop “Mini” series or “DVP” volume pedals series but we can possibly make one for those, contact us. Not for some Dunlop 535Q’s with the controls on the bottom. (see MP-5).
• Thomas Organ wahs made in the USA.
Exceptions: Some 60’s and 70’s era Italian made wahs for Vox, Jen Crybaby and Thomas Organ. (see MP-2).
Exceptions: Some 60’s and ’70’s era Italian made wahs for Vox, Jen Crybaby and Thomas Organ. (see MP-2).
• Pigtronix EP-1 – older model expression pedal with the “Dunlop” case.
Exceptions: Does not fit Pigtronix VP-26U or the similar Moog EP-1.
• Area 51 – built from 2002 through the end of October 2009.
• Budda – Not for the “Bud-Wah” with the curved edges but we can possibly make one for it, contact us
Vintage Italian wahs. Fits some 1960’s and ’70’s era wahs made in Italy for Vox, Jen Crybaby and Thomas Organ. Certain models made in Italy use a slightly different hole pattern. To determine if this fits yours… Remove the bottom plate and accurately measure the distance from the center of the top screw hole to the center of the bottom screw hole (along the same side). This should be 8-1/16″ (8.062″) for this mounting plate. SEE diagram in the “More Info” tab for details. The standard MP-1 listed above is 7-15/16″ (7.938″) so they are very close. Measure very carefully, center to center.
Few RMC1 and RMC3 wahs from late 2000 to early 2001 that use a very unique type of case. These wahs have the following features: The top rubber pad is smooth foam (no lines), has a lightweight unpainted aluminum body and the base plate is heavier with a slight gold tone appearance.
Dunlop 535Q’s with the “Q” control on the bottom. This mounting plate has access holes for the rotary controls on the bottom. Newer models with the controls on the side would use the MP-1.
• Area 51 (built from November 2009 to the present)
• JAM Wahcko
• Mission Engineering – (Wah, Volume, Expression) – Does not fit “Aero” Series but we can possibly make one for it, contact us
• Moog EP-1
• RMC — Current RMC 1LE, RMC-10 and RMC Joe Walsh models and older models built from July 2006 to about early 2010 AND . Most of these pedals are distinguished by all these features: They are about 10″ long (NOT 10.5″)… the rubber foot treadle pad has no words on it and it has lines that run left to right… AND the power jack is on the left/output side.
RMC’s that were built from late 2010 that have the longer 10.5″ length case. These cases are also known as the “front loaded” design. Other RMC cases are only about 10″ long.
Exceptions: Does not fit the RMC-1LE, RMC-10 or the RMC Joe Walsh model (see MP6).
Xotic Wah. This mounting plate fits the shorter case of the Xotic Effects Wah.
Moollon wah pedals.
Fulltone MDV-3 with the shorter case and the switch inset near the heel.
Fits some Fulltone wah and Deja Vibe MDV-2 pedals. Others use the MP-91 below. See diagram in the “More Info” tab to determine the model number you need.
Fits some Fulltone wah and Deja Vibe MDV-2 pedals. Others use the MP-89 above. See diagram in the “More Info” tab to determine the model number you need.
Certain older models made in Italy use a slightly different hole pattern. To determine if this fits yours… Remove the bottom plate and measure the distance from the center of the top screw hole to the center of the bottom screw hole (along the same side). This should be 8-1/16″ (8.062″) for this mounting plate. Note: The standard MP-1 is 7-15/16″ (7.938″) so they are very close. Measure carefully center to center.
MP-89 vs. MP-91
To determine whether your Fulltone pedal needs the MP-89 or the MP-91… you will need to take a measurment on the pedal. You need you to measure the distance between two of the screw holes that hold the metal cover on the bottom. Do not measure the bottom cover plate itself. It has oval shaped holes and fit either size. The measurement needs to be the screw holes on the pedal itself so you should remove the cover to expose them.
The dimension to measure is the distance between two holes (center to center of the holes) front to back (toe to heel) on the same side (either right or left).
We have discovered there are 2 different dimensions out there and they are both close but not interchangeable. The most common is a little over 9″ (about 9-1/16″ or 230mm) and the less common is a little under 9″ (about 8-15/16″ or 227mm). Not much difference yet this is important. It is critical that you measure carefully to get the correct mounting plate.
1 Reviews for Wah Mounting Plate
Handy Product, Great Service - Monday, April 16, 2018 AnonymousThis is my second one of these. Simple, but effective. Quick shipping on Troy's part, enabled me to use at a gig that weekend 😉
Also nicely priced compared to other options.