#1
I use my brothers Cry Baby but I want my own. Maybe a the Vox Wah? Is that one good? I like vintage sounding stuff (im old fashioned). But the Cry Baby doesn't sound good with my Little Big Muff.... Its all muffled? My price range is under a $100, but preferable under $80 if possible.

While I'm at it, whats a good delay pedal, preferably for around $50 or so?
#2
Ibanez WD-7 if you can.
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#3
Ibanez WH10 V2

But best if you go to a shop and try as many as possible in your price range.
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#4
Ibanez WH-10V2 i bought it yesterday and it's amazing, the best wah i've ever heard
#5
Hmmm. I like the vox clyde mccoy. gonna probably make another for my friend
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Whether you're placing the wah before or after the Big Muff is going to have an effect on the sound. Try it both ways.

Also, tbh you're going to have a hard time finding either a good wah or a good delay in those price ranges. Look used on Craigslist, eBay etc..
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Ibanez WD-7 if you can.

A WD-7 for vintage wah tones?
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But the Cry Baby doesn't sound good with my Little Big Muff.... Its all muffled?

It's a common problem with wah pedals. You're gonna have that problem with every wah pedal without a fuzz-friendly buffer.
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Ibanez WH10 V2

But best if you go to a shop and try as many as possible in your price range.


while it is quite good (im want one soooo bad) it might not be good for the vintage stuff

id suggest a vox
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It's a common problem with wah pedals. You're gonna have that problem with every wah pedal without a fuzz-friendly buffer.


This. And you really won't get all that great of a 'vintage' style wah under $100 unless you get lucky or mod your Cry Baby.
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