#1
Hi guys i want buy a wah wah pedal..... cry baby,cry baby classic,cry baby wah wah who is better?? I can spend around 200 euro(i don't know how much is in $)
any advice?? Thanks.......
P.s.if you haven't understand ask me, my english isn't so good
#3
You should go to a music store and try as many as possible, to see what wah suits you.
I pref. my wh10 ^^
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Quote by anfax
You should go to a music store and try as many as possible, to see what wah suits you.
I pref. my wh10 ^^


yeah wh10 = awesome
#5
not too well up on wahs, but avoid the crybaby gcb95, it's rubbish.

with 200 euro you're almost within range of the high-end stuff like rmc and fulltone too
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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yeah wh10 = awesome


gotta agree i just got one a few weeks back and love it. i did pick up a Morley calssic wah last week ($25 couldn't say no) and found it it to be better than a cry baby.
#8
ive tried em all and im using the kirk hammett model now, sold my crybaby from hell and my wylde wah
the cantrell model is also nice if you like a darker wah sound
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#9
Just try them all and see what you like. There are as many wahs as there are flavours of ice cream. You've gotta try a few to decide what you really like. =P If you're semi-crafty with a soldering iron, the GCB95 is easy to mod into a usable sound and be tweaked until it's exactly what you want. *shrug*
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ive tried em all and im using the kirk hammett model now, sold my crybaby from hell and my wylde wah
the cantrell model is also nice if you like a darker wah sound



Yeah!!! Kirk hammet's wah wah is great!! I tried it a few days ago with other pedal but i can't choose!!
#13
None of the above - get a Morley. I like the old Power Wah setup where the on switch is beside the pedal so you can leave the pedal at a set position when you turn it on. I often leave it at a position that accentuates pinch harmonics. Morley's don't have actuator pots to wear out either, all done with LED and LDR.
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Quote by Slash_is_a_God
Just try them all and see what you like. There are as many wahs as there are flavours of ice cream. You've gotta try a few to decide what you really like. =P If you're semi-crafty with a soldering iron, the GCB95 is easy to mod into a usable sound and be tweaked until it's exactly what you want. *shrug*


Could ya recommend a mod for the gcb95 have one put away :P would be awesome to try and mod it
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Quote by Mark1433
Yeah!!! Kirk hammet's wah wah is great!! I tried it a few days ago with other pedal but i can't choose!!

I tried the Hammet wah but didn't like the fact that you can't turn it off...

I like Vox wahs for funky stuff, cleaner and lower gain sounds. I had a Morley Power Wah, I'll agree it was great for distorted tones but conversely it didn't realy have enough midrange or treble to do a convincing funky quack.
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#16
I love my Ibanez WD7. Pretty versatile, and has the switch on the side like the Morley. Only drawback is that it's pretty big, but unless your pedalboard is already gigantic you'll be fine.
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I tried the Hammet wah but didn't like the fact that you can't turn it off...

I like Vox wahs for funky stuff, cleaner and lower gain sounds. I had a Morley Power Wah, I'll agree it was great for distorted tones but conversely it didn't realy have enough midrange or treble to do a convincing funky quack.

oh come on, why do people post bullshit like this, i assure you it can be turned off
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Quote by anfax
Could ya recommend a mod for the gcb95 have one put away :P would be awesome to try and mod it


What don't you like / want to change about it?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoaRmVa7_r4

This video is really nice, as the guy isolates how each of the popular mods you can find on the internet affects the stock tone of the wah. IMO, the single most dramatic mod you can do is the sweep cap mod *shrug* Check out GB&C or PM me for more deets.
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Quote by steven seagull
I tried the Hammet wah but didn't like the fact that you can't turn it off...




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oh come on, why do people post bullshit like this, i assure you it can be turned off


it's a joke, jeez
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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