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I've noticed a lot of bassists using the Ibanez Weeping Demon as a wah. What would that sound like? I maybe in the market for a wah soon, and would probably looking for some sort of high gain wah. I know the Weeping Demon is like that for a guitar, but would that translate over to bass? Also, any over comments on the wah would be greatly appreciated!
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It is built at a bass pedal as well, with a switch to quickly change to bass range, as well as a knob under the bit you rock that can further adjust the range of the sweep.

I absolutely loved it. Best wah I have ever played with, and incredibly adjustable. So adjustable I can imagine it only not being a great pedal to have if you happen to have 3 or 4 boutique wahs to cover every wah sound around.


I want it, but I need to start saving money for uni.
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I've noticed a lot of bassists using the Ibanez Weeping Demon as a wah


Really? I didn't know of any, other than gm jack. I know it works on bass, so there's got to be some bassists out there who use it, but almost every bassist I know of uses either a Crybaby, a Morley, or a Snarling Dogs
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jack you don't need to save for uni. thats what your loan is for and hell i just blew £900 of my loan because i could
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Thanks for your help guys. Does anyone know whether it can give a sort envelope filter type quality (I know it can't exactly, but it's the best way I can put it) as well as a high gain screaming sound?
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This I don't know, but I have both the Bootsy and the 105Q on my pedalboard (believe that shit) and the Bootsy is basically a guitar wah spec'd for bass (like it should be) while the 105Q is pretty much an envelope filter with a manual control and a low-pass filter.

It's not used by that many bassists, if you use it, make sure you die young. That way, it'll be the BEST bass effect EVER and everyone will use it because it was so amazing all along
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Really? I didn't know of any, other than gm jack. I know it works on bass, so there's got to be some bassists out there who use it, but almost every bassist I know of uses either a Crybaby, a Morley, or a Snarling Dogs


I don't own it. I simply want it, but have 6 years of uni to save up for. I have tried it many times though, and the best thing it had in it's favour was extreme adjustability. Unless you are a regular wah user and can seriously evaluate the tone of a wah beyond the obvious, it is brilliant. Any more, and I am unable to say. However, it sounds good, has hundreds of sounds in store and responded very well to a distorted signal.
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