#1
SO I'm gonna get a new wah pedal. i had a dunlop crybaby gcb95 but it broke out of warranty
im looking at the artec apw-7 and the vox v845 im on a super tight budget (100 euros or less) but im also buying a dist. pedal right now
i play punk/metal/metalcore (think green day, metallica, underoath, emery)
i also own a guitar with humbuckers thanks!
#2
The V845 sucks tone massively when bypassed and isn't that good at high gain. Can you fit a Morley Pro Series or Classic wah into your budget?
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#3
i can maybe fit the morley CLW...but definetaly not the pro series.... what about the artec?
#4
Never heard of the Artec myself, but morleys tend to be high-quality and good for metal.
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#6
The Classic Wah is probably their most versatile - it's aimed at mid gain but is still good at cleans and higher gain.
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#8
No problem
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#9
What do you mean by 'broke' ? Cause if its not ridiculously broken why not get your old one fixed and modded ? That way you'll have a custom wah pedal for what you need it for.
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#10
when the pedal is on bypass it works, but when u turn the effect on the sound stops.
because im in spain and i can't find anyone to do it. Nor the parts, time, etc...
#11
Just a silly question but have you changed the battery ? ^^ or checked if everything is soldered inside ?
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#12
yep only about a hundred times (2 new batteries and one used, opened it up a few times, etc...)
#13
Ah okay, sorry about that. If you wish to buy one, I'd probably go with Morley too.
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Fender MIM telecaster MW
Epiphone ZW Les Paul
Orange Rockerverb 100
Orange 4x12
MXR ZW-44
Dunlop Crybaby
Line 6 Relay G30

www.myspace.com/arovidia

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#15
Get a Zakk Wylde Wah and you won't need the distortion pedal. Believe me. This thing can go from Reggae to Death metal. Mean sweep and it's got a nice little crunch when you turn it on.
#16
Quote by Ibanez734
The Classic Wah is probably their most versatile - it's aimed at mid gain but is still good at cleans and higher gain.


i'll 2nd the Morley Classic Wah . great pedal and the one i use the most (also have an ibanez WH-10 which is a good one to)