#1
hey all.
I'm looking for a wah pedal.
It needs to activate when my foot is on it and in-activate itself when my foot isn't.
And I'd like a deep one.
Thanks.
#4
you definitly want to look into morleys. they sound pretty decent and are switchless. however, i would look a little bit further into the ones with switches. it took me a while to get used to but honestly after using it enough its not as much of a problem as i originally thought. also there are mods you can do that will make wahs switchless. but if you like hte morley sound than by all means get a morley.
#5
Morely sounds like your best bet. behringer also makes a wha that does what you want but it migh tnot be as deep sounding as you want.
#7
Quote by guitarpatrick66
you definitly want to look into morleys. they sound pretty decent and are switchless. however, i would look a little bit further into the ones with switches. it took me a while to get used to but honestly after using it enough its not as much of a problem as i originally thought. also there are mods you can do that will make wahs switchless. but if you like hte morley sound than by all means get a morley.

I won't get the ones with switches.
Unless I can toggle between switch and sensitivity.
I already thought about the morleys.
#10
Interestingly enough, I just so happen to have come across a Morley Bad Horsie 2 wah yesterday that has the silent FET switching...

I can definitely hear when the wah effect kicks and and turns off.. There is a bit of lag there. Less from going off to on than on to off.

Haven't played with it enough to decide if that is a bad thing or if the settings are tweakable enough to mitigate this.

But if you use the wah like driving a clutch in a car, it can reduce the suddenness of the effect.

It does have an internal trimpot labeled wah delay or something like that that might be adjustable, but I have no idea.
#11
Quote by liampje
why?


Because all of the wahs with switches sound better. Look into Teese/Fulltone/etc and you'll see why.
#12
Quote by bogg808
Because all of the wahs with switches sound better. Look into Teese/Fulltone/etc and you'll see why.

How do they sound better?
Does the wah tone go over better?