#1
I'm looking at spending around $80 to $100 for wah pedal. I'm a metal player but I also play blues. I'm wanting to get a wah pedal that's able to do both these and possibly more. I've looked at the Morley and Crybaby wahs.
#2
get a Crybaby, which one depends on how much versitility you want.
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#5
Dunlop 535Q for metal and blues, plus everything in between. You can snag it used in your price range.
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Most people are diehard crybaby fans, so they will tell you to get a crybaby. However, in truth i would try out a couple different crybabies, a Vox (that's what Hendrix used), and an Ibanez Weeping Demon with your guitar and a similar amp at your local music store. I found the original crybaby to be too subtle in combination with heavy mid scooped or mid boosted distortion and I didn't care for the treadle on the Vox, I ultimately went for the Weeping Demon, because I also play bass and because I loved the treadle. Also, you are going to want to make sure the wah you buy will work with active guitars if you own one.
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Most people are diehard crybaby fans, so they will tell you to get a crybaby. However, in truth i would try out a couple different crybabies, a Vox (that's what Hendrix used), and an Ibanez Weeping Demon with your guitar and a similar amp at your local music store. I found the original crybaby to be too subtle in combination with heavy mid scooped or mid boosted distortion and I didn't care for the treadle on the Vox, I ultimately went for the Weeping Demon, because I also play bass and because I loved the treadle. Also, you are going to want to make sure the wah you buy will work with active guitars if you own one.


Most people are not diehard CryBaby fans. In fact most people here hate most models that don't have the adjustable Q. I personally can't stand any of them stock. And the VOX Hendrix used was nothing like the new production ones.
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#9
Speaking as an earning person, I'd say the Buddha Budwah is the best bang/buck in terms of quality for the price.

If you just want a pedal that makes a vaguely wah-like sound, a used Crybaby original or Vox 847 will do the trick.
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