#1
Hey, I am getting my first wah pedal and I cannot decide which one to get. My budget is anything below €200 ($286). I am looking at the Kirk Hammett 95, Dunlop Dimebag, EVH 95, Slash Dunlop a Satriani one and some more like that all around the same price.

I listen to Metallica a lot but I also like Vai, Satriani, Dimebag, Slash and all those other great guitarist's! Which one do you think is the best for playing metal because that is what I mostly play but then I also play some Hendrix stuff and other stuff.

Would the Kirk Hammett one be too metal to play Hendrix do you think? Please help. Thanks.
#2
I think the Dunlop 535Q suits your budget. It's the most versatile Wah pedal on the market. Check it out.
#4
^Warned, the Mark Tremonti Wah is pretty crunchy when playing clean, it's mainly for mid-high gain type stuff.

I personally love the Bad Horsie, consider it. The Crybaby's are pretty lackluster and weak sounding.
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#5
RMC5 wizard wah? Joe Satriani used it and it is good for Hendrix too
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#6
Ibanez WD-7?
Very versatile from what I've heard.
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#7
Quote by Amer91
I think the Dunlop 535Q suits your budget. It's the most sterile Wah pedal on the market. Check it out.

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#9
Quote by ZeroCS
^Warned, the Mark Tremonti Wah is pretty crunchy when playing clean, it's mainly for mid-high gain type stuff.

I personally love the Bad Horsie, consider it. The Crybaby's are pretty lackluster and weak sounding.



Turn the boost to 0 and practise a bit and u can get decent wah when playing clean.

The tremonti wah is SIK i dunt even like tremonti so im nt just puttin in a fanboy vote
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#10
I heard the Dunlop Dimebag wah is very versatile and you can tweak the crap out of it to get a prefect wah sound.
#11
Morley Bad Horsie or the WH-10 Reissue
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Morley Bad Horsie or the WH-10 Reissue


+1

I don't like switchless wahs too much, but they're good if you wanna just break out wah in the middle of a solo.
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#13
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I heard the Dunlop Dimebag wah is very versatile and you can tweak the crap out of it to get a prefect wah sound.

Agreed, it handles high gain as well as clean, funky riffs are the ·$%& with this
#14
Thanks for all the replies. I think I am going to go with the Dimebag one since you can tweak it. I don't want to be stuck in the same sound all the time.
#15
Please don't get a signature Crybaby. You can get so much better for the money. If you want to be able to tweak get a RMC3. Or otherwise, if nothing else suggested appeals to you check out the Ultimate Wah Thread and look st the reviews at the start of the thread.
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