#1
Hi guy i currently own a zoom g2.1u and not that its bad you can make all sorts of sounds out of it but i find that its wah pedal is kinda sucky cause the range is ver low and mixing it with the zoom's distortion and acticating it mid song is a pain in the ass. So im looking for a good wah pedal that i could conect to my Kustom amp (its not the best amp but it does its job) and my zoom g2.1u. I want to use the wah for Kirk Hammet solos such as wherever i may roam , enter sandman, the memory remains and other non metallica stuff.

My price range is 200 euros and ive seen the ibanez Weeping Deamon its seems to be good but ive heared from few places that it is not reliable and can brake.

So please tell me what you think and what i should invest my money in. I want the wah to have a wide range and be good with distortion, also easily used and activated

Thxs
#3
Jim dunlop original crybaby or the zakk wylde crybaby are both great.
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#4
Who told you the Weeping Demon breaks easy? I've had one for two days, and already it's fallen down the stairs and had my drunk friend piss on it, it still works good although time will probably tell.
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When 900% of people think wah wah, they think cry baby.

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When 900% of people think wah wah, they think cry baby.

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doesn't mean they're better than other wahs
weeping demon or a morley wah will do you good
or the dimebag crybaby is good too i hear
i'd avoid the zw crybaby - harsh and trebly
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#10
Personally the Weeping Deamon atracts the eye while the crybaby does not. But looks doesnt always mean quality
#11
Personally I use a lot of fuzz in my solos, and I find that the Weeping Demon cuts through better than the Crybaby models I've played (535Q, Slash and Zakk Wylde models).
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#12
I'm probably can 't afford a crybaby right now,

would a Behringer UW300 be good?
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#13
No, don't ever get a Behringer pedal. Ever. Save for a Crybaby or look for a used one.
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#14
hahaha I just found that out before.

Theres a used crybaby going on ebay right now (shhh)
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#15
Personally, I don't like the Weeping Demon, it seemed to muddy up the tone a lot. I think you should try out a Vox before you make any decision. I think it is a great wah that does not need all the bells and whistles. I would also recommend a Budda if you are willing to spend the cash. True bypass makes a huge difference and it has a huge sweep that won't muddy up your tone.
#16
You have 200 euros. Thats about 280 US dollars am I right? You can afford basically any wah you want. Look at the Fulltone Clyde Deluxe if that's the case. Or the Teese RMC series has a supposedlly Fuzz-Friendly circuit.
#17
I dont have 200 euros right now but thats like the tops that im willing to spend and i dont know whats that in dollars, also dont forget in europe everythin is redicoulesly overpriced, europe is a ripp off >:O
#18
To be honest i like the way thee weeping deamon looks, i havent tried it (yet) but im leaning more towards it, the crybaby doesnt impress that much and when it comes to features and quality i have no idea which way to go :S
#19
crybaby 535q, fulltone clyde
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#20
I have a Dunlop Crybaby 535Q, it works fine for me, but you should try some out at a guitar shop so you can pick one yourself
#21
since u said u like kirk hammets wah tone, then the crybaby is for u. the 535q would be the best choice since it is very tweakable. but some ppl dont like the throaty and nasality the crybaby's posses. so thats one of the reasons ppl avoid crybabys. i'd personally save up more for a fulltone clyde wah. it has a much sweeter voicing and a big nice sweep range
#22
So when it comes to wah pedals theres no "best one" u just need to try it out for yourself and see if its good for you. My local store has a weeping deamon and a standard crybaby so i guess ill try em out and see
#23
If you can look into Ernie Ball wahs, Kirk uses a rack mount EB wah which is controlled by a customized wah as the footswitch.
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#24
I have a standard cry baby (cost me £69). It does the job and sounds good. The quality of it seems good too as it feels and looks strong, plus it still works like new from when I got it.
#25
buy a used crybaby. then just mod it. honest to god, they are the easiest things on earth to modify. i bought my wah used for 50$, and put 20$ worth of components into it. now it sounds as good, if not better, then those 150$ wahs.
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#26
I got a Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsey (I don't really like his music just i tried the wah and really liked it) it sounds great, you should grab one
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Personally, I don't like the Weeping Demon, it seemed to muddy up the tone a lot. I think you should try out a Vox before you make any decision. I think it is a great wah that does not need all the bells and whistles. I would also recommend a Budda if you are willing to spend the cash. True bypass makes a huge difference and it has a huge sweep that won't muddy up your tone.

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MOD MOD MOD an orig Crybaby.
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RMC Picture wah
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