#1
but not the Cae MC-404. I can go up to $300 and want something versatile. And don't tell me to get a amp instead because with the situation I'm in I can't play loud so there aren't very many options.
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#2
Versatile you said? Try the Crybaby From Hell from Jim Dunlop, is the one I got and can't be more happier. I use ir for different genres (funk, rock, blues, metal & reggae) It can do it all, you can always find the right spot of the pedal travel.
#4
Teese Rmc5.
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#5
RMC3 does everything the RMC5 does and more.
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#6
I'd say the Cry Baby 535Q or just an Ibanez Weeping Demon. I like both.... but sadly don't own either
#7
Quote by mmolteratx
RMC3 does everything the RMC5 does and more.


sometimes less switches are a good thing
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#8
Lies. Switches and knobs are always better.
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#10
Quote by mmolteratx
Lies. Switches and knobs are always better.


It depends of the sound you are trying to achieve, sometimes is possible to find a simple wah sounding the way you like. Not my case tough, I do love the pots in my CFH.
#11
Out of curiosity, what don't you like about the MC-404?
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#12
I'm a Morley man. Morleys use an opto rather than a pot so they never wear out. I like the ones with the switch beside the pedal so you can leave it turned on set at a particular position if you want to. Not a fan of the "switchless" ones. I find Morleys work better with distortion too. Very happy with my PWA. They are built like a tank too, you could use one to kill a wilderbeast.
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#13
MXR CA-

Oh.

Check out the Ibanez WD7. My 2nd favorite wah after the MXR CAE.
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#15
The 535q is a solid choice....several different tonal options with built like a tank design. The only con is no on off light.
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#16
has anybody tried the RMC8-Guitar Eqwahlyzer
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#17
$300 guitar pedal through a vypyr?

Seems pretty overkill to me.

The 535q would serve you well. I think the dime wah has a bit more balls.

But youd get a better wah if you bought a broken crybaby, stuck in a clyde pcb or another drop in replacement, got a nice inductor and pot. Then add in some knobs and switches yourself.
#18
Quote by beckyjc
$300 guitar pedal through a vypyr?

Seems pretty overkill to me.

The 535q would serve you well. I think the dime wah has a bit more balls.

But youd get a better wah if you bought a broken crybaby, stuck in a clyde pcb or another drop in replacement, got a nice inductor and pot. Then add in some knobs and switches yourself.

yeah I kinda thought its overkill too but I have the money now so I figure I'll get it now and then later I'll get a better amp
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#19
Ernie Ball wah. It sounds more 'Pleasant' than a lot of other wahs imo.
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#20
Quote by NIN1993
yeah I kinda thought its overkill too but I have the money now so I figure I'll get it now and then later I'll get a better amp



just my 2 cents but spending 3times what your amp is worth a a wah seems like mispent money. put the cash towards an amp. i can tell you now that the cheapest wah out there will sound the same as the expensive one through your amp.
#21
Step 1: Sell Vypyr
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Step 2b: Get a Line 6 POD HD/Digitech RP500/etc (You can play it 100% silent with headphones
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You're probably going to jump on me and moan "OMG I SAID DON'T SUGGEST A NEW AMP!", but spending $300 on a wah pedal to play with a $100 amp is stupid. No exceptions.
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#22
I have the JH-1 wah (Jimi Hendrix) and love it and very inexpensive on ebay. The EVH wah sounds really good too.
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