#1
So, basically, I'm looking at a new wah pedal as I've grown tired of my GCB-95. For a while I've been considering an Ibanez WH10V2 since after trying an original WH10 I couldn't afford, that is the only vintage pedal I have hunted, but I wanted UG's opinions.


Needs/wants from the wah;
~No more than $125.
~Preferably a controllable sweep, but if not, one that retains bass levels until pushed higher in it's sweep, and has a sweet, round end to it's sweep instead of the sharp, biting end my CB-95 has.
~True Bypass is preferred, but anything works.

As always, greatly appreciated UG.
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#2
try a morley wah, the tremonti one is really good
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#3
Alternatively you could mod your Cry Baby, there's a thread for it here I think that among other things shows you how to improve the sweep hugely and do some other neat stuff (I think there's a guide to do adjustable sweep in there too). Really cheap and apparently it works wonders.

Unless you're set on a new wah. Just another option though.
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try a morley wah, the tremonti one is really good


Morleys are good if you want to play lead, but not so good for funky rhythm stuff.
#7
ive owned tons of wahs including the cfh and the wylde and the classic fasel, im using the kh95 now, awesome wah ..try it
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You could get it on Ebay for like $100 - $120 new.


+1

I've had many wahs in the past...and this is the one I've stuck with. Very versatile.
#10
Budda bud-wah.

It's got a nice warm top end roll-off, built like a tank, true bypass.

Pricey, but you can definitely find it used for that dough.
#11
Wh10!!!! Definitely! I own the original one and as far as I know the Ibanez WH10V2 is going to be exactly like the original one! :-)
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#12
Gonna second the Bud-wah here, unless super high gain is what you want it is the smoothest and most rounded wah out there.