#1
I don't mean to sound pathetic, but is there a physical pedal that has the same controls as the Garage Band auto-wah pedal simulator? I like the controls on the Garage Band version, and had never thought of getting an auto-wah until fiddling with it just now. The sounds I was getting were amazing! Imagine through a real rig!


The pedal looks like this.. I don't have much information for what each of the controls actually controls, so if you could help with that it would be great!

What auto-wah pedals are good? Is this possibly one thing that Line 6 do well?
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#3
Hmm, it doesn't have BP/LP or HI/LO controls.. I have no idea what either do exactly to the sound, but I like the HI/LO control as it gives two completely different sounds.
Also, this pedal seems to be pretty expensive now because its a collectors item..

But thanks for the suggestion! This could be the answer!
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#5
I had a Digitech pedal for awhile...can't remember the model but it was bright green.

I think it was called a synth/envelope filter/autowha or something like that.

Anyway, it had about 7 different sounds you could get, and then tweak every one of them greatly. One of them was a simple auto-wha, and sounded decent.

The other sounds were just crazy; octave doubling, old Nintendo game sounds, etc.

I sold it because there was just no use for it in my music - but it was fun to play around with.
#6
^ Digitech Synth Wah. Alright, but a total battery hog and very digital sounding (duh), as were all the other pedals in that line-up.
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#7
The T-wah is worth money now? That'd be right. That's one of the pedals I had stolen, along with a first issue TS-808 and other stuff.
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#9
Quote by Grawgos
Protone flying eye.

Hmm, I think I want something with a little more control

Quote by DanTheHobbit
^ Digitech Synth Wah. Alright, but a total battery hog and very digital sounding (duh), as were all the other pedals in that line-up.

I don't want an overly digital sound. And I had a look at a photo of one, it looks a bit crowded and not as straight forward with controls as I'd like

I've done a bit more research (probably should have done this before I made the thread!), and have found the Electro Harmonix Q-Tron (or Q-Tron+, which is probably a little more expensive). I really like what I see, it has everything that I'm looking for, and should be pretty easy for me to find. Does anyone have any hands on experience with this pedal?

Also, the Line 6 ones look alright, but from my experience with Line 6, they suck all of your tone away. So I'll steer clear for as long as I have to
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#11
Ibanez AFL

If you want some ultra-wacky Filtering keep an eye out for a Alesis ModFX Philtre
Last edited by ledfloyd_ at May 21, 2011,
#12
qtron+ is great.

the tube zipper is better.
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#14
Quote by ledfloyd_

This looks like another good option, but I just wish it was newer.. Finding one where I live could be a problem.

Quote by Grawgos

That looks sweet, and my pedal board is definitely missing some more boutiquey pedals, but it would be hard to source.
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#15
Quote by AcousticMirror
the tube zipper is better.

Wow, the Tube Zipper is actually amazing! I think I'll go for something more like the Q Tron for now, though, but I'll keep a Tube Zipper in mind for the future. The sounds you can make on that thing are awesome!
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Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III Red October Edition