#1
Im getting a wah pedal for christmas and right now i think im gonna buy a Morley Bad Horsie 1. So do you think its a good choise or i can do better with another one in the same price range?
#3
im getting a wah also, and i'm getting a vox wah v847.


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Im getting a wah pedal for christmas and right now i think im gonna buy a Morley Bad Horsie 1. So do you think its a good choise or i can do better with another one in the same price range?


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#6
I kinda like Morley wahs. They're not my favorite, but they're nice. The Bad Horsie is designed to be combined with distortion. The switch-less system is their main asset.
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#7
I'm getting a weeping Demon hopefully, they are pretty versatile compared to most crybabys, never played a Morley, as far as i can remember.
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#9
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Dunlop Crybaby wahs are the only wahs even worth considering.


Uh. no. They're not, mainly because they suck.
#10
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Dunlop Crybaby wahs are the only wahs even worth considering.

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sorry but saying "x is always better than y so you should never look at y" is just stupid.
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#11
Quote by slashrock94
I'm getting a weeping Demon hopefully, they are pretty versatile compared to most crybabys, never played a Morley, as far as i can remember.


I don't know which Weeping Demon you've used but I own one and I can say that they are one of the least versatile wah pedals out there... great for heavy music but they just sound horrible for anything else. Also, they suck tone like theres no tomorrow.
#12
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I don't know which Weeping Demon you've used but I own one and I can say that they are one of the least versatile wah pedals out there... great for heavy music but they just sound horrible for anything else. Also, they suck tone like theres no tomorrow.

disagreed. they do a strong clean wah, classic hendrix wah, metal wah, and everything in between. albeit not perfectly but still well. you just didnt screw around with it for long enough
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