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Hello everybody,
I am looking to add a wah pedal to my board and was wondering, what should i get? Ive been looking at either ibanez's weeping demon or dunlops kirk hammett wah...which of these would you recomend? or if neither of them what should i get? Any and all help will be GREATLY appreciated.

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#3
Custom Audio Electronics Wah... it gives you the tone of the original dunlop crybaby plus a custom tone that you can switch between and tweak with an allen wrench. Plus it has a switch to add more gain to the wah during solos
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I'm thinking about picking up a Clyde Deluxe from Fulltone. it sounds like it's really versatile. Maybe it'll suit your needs too...
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i personally didn't like the 535Q, but i def seem to be the minority with that opinion (i like my classic cry baby more).

RMC is great stuff, real supreme. i have a fulltone clyde deluxe i love, but the pot seems to have gotten f'ed up and i haven't gotten around to sending it back.
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I don't think this will fit his style the WH10 has a reallly distinctive sound IMO, and he'd really have to try it first.
I do like the Hammett wah, it had a pretty good tone.
Also look at:
Dunlop 535Q
RMC Wizard Wah

Those in my opinion work best for higher gain stuff.
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#9
i like my Fulltone Clyde, its not as versatile a lot of the other wahs on the market, but it does what i want.

will most likely add a RMC wizzard wah to that too whenever i can get myself to justify turning the funds into amps.
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I've been using the Morley Tremonti Power Wah for about 4 years now, my absolute hands down favorite wah I've ever stepped on. I really like it's EQ and range, plus it has no switch which is a plus for dark stages; just step on to activate/off to deactivate. After the deactivation period is adjusted to minimum the off/on function is transparent. Great freaking pedal worth consideration.

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I haven't played a better wah then a RMC. The clyde was pretty awesome but the the RMC's i tried were brilliant. I don't play metal though.

I have heard good things about the Zakk Wylde wah for high gain though. the lack of range it offers might be something you like.
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I haven't played a better wah then a RMC. The clyde was pretty awesome but the the RMC's i tried were brilliant.


agreed, i have played both, own a fulltone, but would buy in RMC if i were to do it again.
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I have a morley bad horsie 2 wah. its switchless and the contour gives you enough flexibility.
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I like the wah on my rp355.
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I play Metal and love my Weeping Demon. That would be my choice.
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i personally didn't like the 535Q, but i def seem to be the minority with that opinion (i like my classic cry baby more).

RMC is great stuff, real supreme. i have a fulltone clyde deluxe i love, but the pot seems to have gotten f'ed up and i haven't gotten around to sending it back.


i never liked the 535q either, i realy did like my slash wah until it broke though, waiting on a vox big bad wah being delivered tomorrow
#21
I personally like the Custom Audio Electronics (owned by MXR) Wah. You can switch between red and yellow fasel inductors and it has a boost. The important part is that it sounds good, and I really like how it sounds.
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I play Metal and love my Weeping Demon. That would be my choice.


would you say that the weeping demon works well on a clean tone?
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#24
I like Morely wahs they are easier to operate and have a thick-sounding mid-range. The Zakk Wylde wah is supposed to be great for metal.
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