#1
im in search of a wah wah pedal but whats the best pedal for its value, and please dont say any sig models cuz they are WaY over priced thx
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#3
I've got a Dunlop classic wah with fasel. Can't rememebr how much it cost, but it sounds sweet as a nut through my Vox amp. Its not a signature model but I think it's the one Kirk Hammet from Metallica uses sometimes. However don't let that put you off because I think I couldn't sound further from that guys tone when I'm playing with it.

Theres a vox wah at college and I don't think that sounds as nice. However I'm not sure if its a decent model or anything.
#4
Agreed, Dunalop Original Cry Baby.
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#5
Yeah Dunlop Original or a Morley Bad Horsie. The Morley is a bit more expensive bu the quality difference is clearly visible
#6
Dunlop Original.
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My friend has a Dunlop Original and the Classic I have sounds better, and both of us agree on that one.
The thing I found about the Bad Horise wah, is that it wasn't very "wah". You know when you listen to Hendrix, or John Frusciante on songs like "Sir Psycho Sexy"?. That is some sweet sounding, smack you in the face wah! I thought the Bad Horsie can't go to them extremes.

John Frusciante uses an Ibanez wah that isn't in production any more though, so I'm geussing it would cost a bomb if you could find one.
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My friend has a Dunlop Original and the Classic I have sounds better, and both of us agree on that one.
The thing I found about the Bad Horise wah, is that it wasn't very "wah". You know when you listen to Hendrix, or John Frusciante on songs like "Sir Psycho Sexy"?. That is some sweet sounding, smack you in the face wah! I thought the Bad Horsie can't go to them extremes.

John Frusciante uses an Ibanez wah that isn't in production any more though, so I'm geussing it would cost a bomb if you could find one.

ibanez WH10 wah costs like 500 bucks and its plastic. but sounds amazing
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#11
Depends on what your looking for. They're all different. Something that works for one person may do absolutly nothing for you. I had the Original and wasn't to fond of it.
#12
ibanez weeping demons are fairly cheap but not very good. Crybaby.

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#13
Well, I'm planning on getting a wah pedal soon, and I'm probably gunna go for the dunlop orginal crybaby
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#14
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I would say that as well. I've asked around and most of the people said Vox or Eernie Ball. But Eernie ball is way more expensive. Plus, Vox is only $30 more than the Cry Baby. Imo, Vox sounds better.
#16
the countour bad horsie is very versatile. it allows you to dial in your own tone of wah if you want, or just turn off the coutour option and use steve vai's standard wah. it's really quite awesome.