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TS I'm actually gonna make use of your thread with a serious question (hopefully you'll have an answer):

How does the Bad Horsie wah compare to a Dunlop or Vox wah?
MATTERHORN
#6
Quote by Doctor Matthews
TS I'm actually gonna make use of your thread with a serious question (hopefully you'll have an answer):

How does the Bad Horsie wah compare to a Dunlop or Vox wah?


Way to derail me man.

It's been a while since I've used a crybaby, but I remember not liking them that much. The Bad horsie is a nice wah though. It get's maybe a little too ice-picky at the peak of the wah but the rest is nice and warm. The spring loaded footboard and auto-engage thing do it for me anyway. No Irritating stomp business. sorry but I've never used a Vox.

I've actually stopped using it my rig because it's so huge though, and the AC input is on the side which messes up my chain.

I haven't used it, but the Bad horsie 2 has some new features, like the contour (which I figure will smooth out some of the treble) and a volume knob.

I like it. Although, admittedly I'm not much of a wah player and I'm a bit of a Vai fanboy.

Hope I helped.