#1
I've been looking at one of these for a few weeks now but no-where near me at all stock them, in fact 5 places I called had never even heard of it.

So I've seen youtube demos but none of them go into higher gain territory, anyone know how it fares?
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#2
ive had some serious issues trying to find a good wah for metal. i currently have the crybaby 535q and its ok... its adjustable which is nice wen i have a hendrix craving here and there but its nothing special with high gain. i have heard ALOT of good things about the kirk hammet (i would have gotten it but i had just enough cash for a used 535q at my local GC) and my guitar teacher also reccomended that i look at the dimebag signature. i guess the dimebag is one of the more adjustable while the kirk hammet is specifically made to handle higher gain stuff.

that and the kirk hammet just looks SICK!!!!!!
#3
No idea, but the Morley range (bad horsie & bad horsie 2) tend to be wahs typically considered for high gain music.
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#4
The Morley Tremonti is absolutely perfect for high-gain stuff, I used to have one but I sold it 'cause I was tight for cash. ****ing brilliant pedal though, does high gain stuff perfectly.
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#5
The MC-404 can play anything, you just have to adjust it. I have it and its perfect for everything also has a drive boost but you won't need it if you already have distortion or boost. if you have the money get it I doubt there is anything better around its price.
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