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Converse made a sneaker with a built-in wah pedal

6/22/2016 10:41:03 AM PT   comments [9]

Converse wah pedal sneaker

Converse is no stranger to the world of music. The company has allocated a good deal of money and goodwill to various corners of the music industry, even the metal and hardcore world (they've had a full page ad on the back of Decibel magazine every month for many, many months).

So while it's still pretty awesome, it's really not a huge surprise that Converse has now unveiled a sneaker with a built-in Wah pedal. There's even a Bluetooth-compatible wireless version if guitar chords annoy you.

Thus far, there's been no official release date or pricing information, but you can watch the video below for more information and a demonstration.

anonymous   posted 6/22/2016 11:42:06 AM
Only for fans of weezer
anonymous   posted 6/22/2016 12:29:20 PM
At least use some good gear to demo the shoe...sounds weak
anonymous   posted 6/22/2016 12:41:48 PM
this isn't fcking dumb!!!!!!!!
anonymous   posted 6/22/2016 4:16:35 PM
Sounds like a good way to get electrocuted.
truthstar   posted 6/22/2016 9:52:58 PM
The kids in the sweatshops who make these are going be pissed. #notevenjoking
anonymous   posted 6/24/2016 1:58:11 AM
Isn't this shit old news? Like, a couple of years old, old?
nehawalia   posted 8/3/2016 5:11:18 AM
I like it.....
LaurenDesouza   posted 351 days ago
Really, it is very surprised that Converse has now revealed a sneaker with a built-in Wah pedal which has also Bluetooth-compatible wireless version if guitar chords annoy you. This is great for the music lovers and music learning students to whom I am providing CV help and career related guidance at <a href="https://www.cvfolks. co.uk">CV Folks</a> where they get jobwise written and well-structured CV and Cover Letter which is highly preferred by the top UK employers.
anonymous   posted 31 days ago
Tonight's finale brought all of these threads together, and threw in the additional wrench of ex-boyfriend Karl (https://goo.gl/M2AQyd) arriving on the scene to bring Cath's daughter Molly back home to Sheffield.