#1
What's your favourite Wah? There are so many and I'm getting my first ;D So I'd like to see what everyone uses so I have an idea of what to try first.
#2
i have JH-1 wich i modded, to sound better
i like fulltone clyde deluxe very much, but it's too expensive for me
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#3
I don't see any building or customizing being discussed in the OP.
This looks like it belongs in GG&A.
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#5
Quote by vigenharutyunya
hmm aint there the ultimate wah thread?
if theres not i can create one by the way >_>

hmm as for the question... Morley PWA old series.. ive got one from 94th special... it's awesome


wait... maybe there is... oh shiet... I'm lookin at just a dunlop classic wah lol not sure though.
#6
Quote by vigenharutyunya
hmm aint there the ultimate wah thread?

You mean that thread where you post a "does pedal A or B suit my playing better" question, wait some weeks and don't get only one answer?

Making an own "which wah"-thread gets you way more useful answers.


On-Topic:

Ibanez Weeping Demon
Crybaby 535Q
Morley Bad Horsie


The classic Crybaby is considered as a tone-sucker on these boards.
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#7
Quote by JesusCrisp
You mean that thread where you post a "does pedal A or B suit my playing better" question, wait some weeks and don't get only one answer?

Making an own "which wah"-thread gets you way more useful answers.


On-Topic:

Ibanez Weeping Demon
Crybaby 535Q
Morley Bad Horsie


The classic Crybaby is considered as a tone-sucker on these boards.


just saw the weeping demon sounds sexy, pretty neat.
#8
weeping demon is a beast, its got the biggest sweep i have ever heard
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#9
My favorite is the Crybaby 535Q but I heard good things about the weeping demon
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#11
I had a Wilson Vintage Q-Wah with a 12 position switch for different caps. Awesome vintagey wah tone, but it sucked for anything with more gain than a medium crunch. Got a Morley Bad Horsie 2 to replace it, but I dont like it that much. Its good, but not for me. I'm thinking of getting a 535Q.
#12
I like my 535Q best so far.

Morley Bad Horsie is cool too.
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#14
535Q and I'm looking forward to trying out an Ibanez WH-10 reissue.
#15
Morley PWA.
Not only do I like the sound but no pots to wear out and go scratchy is a nice feature.
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#16
i am pickier than all hell for equipment. i wanted a 70's maestro boomerang but didn't want to pay the price or find one(the one i played the dude didn't want to sell it). was looking at a teese wah and emailed him to ask what wah would be good if i wanted a boomerang sound and he recommended the fulltone clyde.

the wah's i respect are the teese rmc wah(the rmc-1 for an all around, the rmc-3 for customizablility and the pic wah for classic sound) and the fulltone. i just haven't seen as nice components on the competitors(like the high dollar sealed inductors and ICAR pots)
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#17
Quote by ebuprofen
i have JH-1 wich i modded, to sound better
i like fulltone clyde deluxe very much, but it's too expensive for me

i love the stock JH-1 (my fav), the DB-01 is pretty damn nice also
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#18
yeah Morleys ROCK!!! really they are f2cking tough as hell ... really
cant brake one of those lil beasts... and hey they aint really little.. and their volume swell range is pretty long and comfortable for fast rocking...
and they handle hi gain stuff pretty well too

i say PWA... i dont like much the bad horsie.. mostly for the Step on it future... you cant just open the wah and leave it that way like for instance Whole lotta love solo!
#20
dammm so far 535Q seems to be most popular... I'll look into that one, wonder why it seems more favourable than the classic.
#21
535Q is adjustable with all kinds of modifiable parameters. i wasn't overly impressed with them, my big gripe was it the external control knobs get moved sometimes(like when i pack them away or go crazy jamming) and i don't notice and when i use the effect it sounds unusual.
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#22
The Teese wahs are the best traditional style wahs I've come across. I like em better than most vintage Vox wahs I've played. Another good wah, albeit a very different one is the Chicago Iron reproduction Parapedal.
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#23
Gig-FX makes awesome whas
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#25
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Dunlop DCR-2SR.

I really want to try a rack Crybaby. I cant find them anywhere in Australia though, and if I did, I bet they'd cost about $1000 or more.
#26
I've only used the 535Q so I can't really compare it to anything else but I like it, so.
#27
Guess that'd be my only wah, my Vox V847A. I loves it . Great for classic rock. It can handle metal, but it's not great for it.
#29
Quote by vigenharutyunya
anyways anybody tried the Hell babe by behringer?? just curious if it really works

I've heard that the housings are good. You throw away the internals and insert a VOX/Dunlop board.
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#30
heh hmm i dont think it'll be worth it... and i dont like the spring future.. you can remove that but idk imho it's pointless..

and i dont like the CRYBABY/MCCOY kind of bypass switches at the end of the pedal travel or whatever it is called... though it can be handy in some fast situations
#31
a lot of people rip on it, but i actually love the Dunlop Wylde Signature wah. it has a really deep sweep that sounds like the old Dunlop Jimi wahs (the wavy logo with "Thomas Organ" on the front), but more.
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#32
Dunlop rack wah
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#33
Quote by NecroticSoldier
dammm so far 535Q seems to be most popular... I'll look into that one, wonder why it seems more favourable than the classic.

way more options. the big silver knob on the side gives you different voicings, six i think. and then there are some other control knobs on the other side for fine tuning your wah sound.
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Lolz that guy is a noob.

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