#1
I can pick up a used Ibanez Weeping Demon wah pedal for $50, is this a good deal?
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#3
yeah
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#4
It's not bad.
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#5
will that work for classic rock?
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#6
The Weeping Demon is meant for high gain sounds, and IMO doesn't sound too good for mid-gain classic rock, but if 50 bux is all you got, it'll be a decent option. If you need a wah for a song, a misused wah is better than no wah.
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#7
Yeah I got one new and I payed 100 dollars for it so I would do it. Its a nice pedal...
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#8
Well I could give it a shot. Otherwise what is a wah that can do classic rock and blues nicely, but be able to take the heavy fuzz tones I get from my sovtek big muff?
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#9
It could take the Heavy Fuzz. Just be careful becuase you'll want to tweak it to get more of the highs, becuase you're already taking out a lot of mids with the Muff.
#10
I know it could take the muff, thats why I was interested in getting it. I was wondering though if it doesn't do the classic rock and blues stuff that I do as well what would be a good one for those genres, and if that one could take the muff well too that would be a bonus cause then I wouldn't need 2 wahs on my pedalboard.
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