#1
Just using a wah for slower, more open lead style, don't want something too trebley, and for now price is not an issue, within reason.

Thoughts?
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#2
godda be a morely tbh
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#4
Quote by MickAlmighty
godda be a morely tbh


Well, since he used an old Crybaby, I doubt that it has to be a Morley. I dont like how they work either.
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#5
If price is not an issue might as well look into the Teese Real McCoy wah's
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#6
fulltone wah, or a Vox V847a, i use the vox and i really like how smooth it feels and the top end isnt too shrill.

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#7
Quote by Otsugua713
If price is not an issue might as well look into the Teese Real McCoy wah's

I was under the impression they do not handle higher gain well?
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