#2
there kinda the staple stone for your basic Wah's. It will do everything you need out of a wah pedal. If the sound isn't holding your interest you can also put in the italian mod board for it. Im happy with my crybaby the way it is though.
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#3
kirk ha,,et uses them, so they must be good lol (ima metallica fan)
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#4
The Dunlop original crybaby is kind of low quality.
I mean, it does it's job, but you can get a much better one if you bump your budget up by 20 bucks.
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kirk ha,,et uses them, so they must be good lol (ima metallica fan)

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#6
Kirk Hammet doesn't know how to play metal guitar so that doesnt even have anything to do with his pedal prowess

The original crybaby is meh..
go for the 535Q, much higher quality and more adjustable.
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Quote by Holy.
Ok, this video is making me think twice...


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#10
So can someone link me to a good wah under 200 bucks?
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kirk ha,,et uses them, so they must be good lol (ima metallica fan)




Kirk uses the Crybaby Classic, not the Original - and thats just in the studio. Live he uses some expensive Dunlop rack wah (I really don't feel like looking up the model right now lol).

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Kirk Hammet doesn't know how to play metal guitar so that doesnt even have anything to do with his pedal prowess


Thats the funniest (and stupidest) thing I've read all day. Thanks for being an idiot and providing me with laughter

TS: The Original Crybaby is your basic wah - it will sound okay for just about any genre but its not going to sound great for any specific one.
#12
Quote by i_am_metalhead


Kirk uses the Crybaby Classic, not the Original - and thats just in the studio. Live he uses some expensive Dunlop rack wah (I really don't feel like looking up the model right now lol).


Thats the funniest (and stupidest) thing I've read all day. Thanks for being an idiot and providing me with laughter

TS: The Original Crybaby is your basic wah - it will sound okay for just about any genre but its not going to sound great for any specific one.


Personally I think he's sucked at soloing after MOP. He's so ****ing sloppy and unoriginal now.

TS- also check out the Morley Bad horsie wah, you might also like the Ibanez Weeping demon wah.
#14
Quote by chezgrindr
For $30 more you can get more customizability out of your wah sound.

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Ibanez-WD7-Weeping-Demon-Wah-Pedal-102548674-i1124277.gc

I'm extremely satisfied with this. It even has a switch to change the pedal from spring loaded back to free moving. Excellent. Another great product from Ibanez.


The weeping demon is great for metal, however I will warn you that it sucks tone. Also, its really only good for metal so don't expect to use it for classic rock or funk or whatever...
#15
Quote by i_am_metalhead
The weeping demon is great for metal, however I will warn you that it sucks tone. Also, its really only good for metal so don't expect to use it for classic rock or funk or whatever...

I was thinking that.

So can anyone recommend me a somewhat all-around wah? I really don't play much metal.
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#16
bump!

Someone help me out, I have a 15% coupon that's only good for today...
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go out and try stuff, I've got this. It's nice, but get to your store man.

It'd be nice to go and browse, but I have to travel 2 hours to get there.
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Quote by Holy.
It'd be nice to go and browse, but I have to travel 2 hours to get there.


Then how are you gonna get there in time to buy one? Haha I'm sorry man, here's another one I like.

My dad owns a Vintage Vox wah from around the time Hendrix was using them, so I know what a good one sounds like. If your trying for Clapton or Hendrix wah, that Vox or this Dunlop will work nice, and as said the Weeping Demon is great for metal.
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#20
Quote by Holy.
It'd be nice to go and browse, but I have to travel 2 hours to get there.


So the 15% you will save is going to pay for your gas to get there and back...

Its really not worth it imo.
#21
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So the 15% you will save is going to pay for your gas to get there and back...

Its really not worth it imo.

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#22
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Then how are you gonna get there in time to buy one? Haha I'm sorry man, here's another one I like.

My dad owns a Vintage Vox wah from around the time Hendrix was using them, so I know what a good one sounds like. If your trying for Clapton or Hendrix wah, that Vox or this Dunlop will work nice, and as said the Weeping Demon is great for metal.

I came across that one and a vox one.

I just took a look at some videos on youtube of a Vox V847A Wah. Is that any good? Sorry for the stupid question btw, I'm an effects noob.

EDIT: Oh ****, I realized you already recommended me the vox. So which out of those two do you prefer more?
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Quote by i_am_metalhead
Duh... my bad. I wasn't even thinking lol

It's cool.
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Quote by Holy.
I came across that one and a vox one.

I just took a look at some videos on youtube of a Vox V847A Wah. Is that any good? Sorry for the stupid question btw, I'm an effects noob.

EDIT: Oh ****, I realized you already recommended me the vox. So which out of those two do you prefer more?



Me? The Vox. Easy. That, paired with a Fulltone 70.... that is Hendrix for me. Still try um out. I hope I helped.
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#26
I just bought one today.

It will do the job well. Its pretty standard, but if you want to do any tweaking then a 535Q wah would be better.
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#27
Well, I tried pretty much every Crybaby I could find when I looked for a wah, and none did it for me. I liked the 535Q, because of the Q switch, but it just RAPED my tone. In the end, I went for the $100 Ibanez WD-7 Weeping Demon. It's got a Q knob (with 1-10 knob, instead of 6 settings), LQ (Q knob for the bass-y signal), Level knob (for effect level), and it can turn to bass wah. It was way better IMO.
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#28
I have a Weeping Demon and I love it.

It sucks a little tone, true, but it can be made up for with a little tweaking.
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#29
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I have a Weeping Demon and I love it.

It sucks a little tone, true, but it can be made up for with a little tweaking.

So much better than the 535Q and it's raping of tone, yeah?
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Thanks fer settin me straight on that Justice

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I was thinking that too, Justice usually seems like a pretty knowledgeable guy.
#30
Quote by Justice4AllOne
So much better than the 535Q and it's raping of tone, yeah?


I've actually never tried the Vox.
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#31
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I've actually never tried the Vox.

The 535Q is a Crybaby.
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Justice4AllOne pretty much mentioned all of my ideas so yeah...pointless pun post.

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Thanks fer settin me straight on that Justice

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I was thinking that too, Justice usually seems like a pretty knowledgeable guy.
#32
How has no one recommended the Crybaby from Hell?!?!?! Heresy!
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#33
Quote by shredfest116
How has no one recommended the Crybaby from Hell?!?!?! Heresy!


hey I was going to

It is is a great pedal and the good thing about it is that it's so much tweakable, you can get alot of different tones out of it.