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Post help me choose a wah wah
hi, im gonna be getting a wah wah tomorow. so far i'm leaning towards a dunlop crybaby the basic ones, i think Shakeel told me joe satch uses a crybaby but a more advanced one, theres ones with eq and other stuff but i dont know if theyre worth another 100. well, could you guys, and gals give me some suggestions : D, this is my first wah wah btw but i want it to last.

thanks ahead of time

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shreddies wrote:
hi, im gonna be getting a wah wah tomorow. so far i'm leaning towards a dunlop crybaby the basic ones, i think Shakeel told me joe satch uses a crybaby but a more advanced one, theres ones with eq and other stuff but i dont know if theyre worth another 100. well, could you guys, and gals give me some suggestions : D, this is my first wah wah btw but i want it to last.

thanks ahead of time


u should test out a couple of pedals in ur local guitar shop b4 u buy them. R u going for a manual wah-wah or an auto-wah? My wah-wah is a vintage one from the 70s which I won on ebay. It's really old and messed up because my m8 was playing about with it and accidentally rippeed all the wires out of it! :evil: All dunlop wah wahs are great and are of the highest quality. I heard the Ibanez auto-wah has a really cracking crybaby effect which just screams out the notes. I actually only use my wah-wah for a handful of songs. Mainly just Hendrix's Voodoo Chile, Burning of the midnight lamp or the D'ya know what I mean solo.

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I recommend the Dunlop 535Q. I've heard some pretty good things about the Morley Bad Horsie as well.

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I vote for Bad Horsie II........awesome pedal......but it really depends what sound you like.

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Buy a cry baby much more pro :lol:


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I vote for the Dunlop 535Q. best wah ever!
Paul Gilbert uses one too... that said :wink:


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I have the cheap $60 or $70 (can't remember) dunlop crybaby. It sounds just fine!


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I have a Dunlop Crybaby GCB-95 modified with Carling 316 DPDT switch for true-bypass. No more tone-sucking :idea:

$50+shipping, obo if you're interested :lol:

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