You're not going to find much in the way of wahs under 100 bucks new. If you're able to save up a bit more, I'd recommend the Weeping Demon from Ibanez or the Zakk Wylde wah from Dunlop. I've played both and they are very nice in my opinion. The Zakk has a bit of a darker sound overall though, but I find it suits my guitars/amp well. Hope it helps!
It's just that it's for Christmas so i can't really "save up"
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i'd prefer not to get something that's used.
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For metal stuff the Ernie Ball Wah is perfect. Wider sweep range (so it "cries" more) and has a heavier sound (compared to the crybaby)
Otherwise try something from Morley
I have the Zakk Wylde wah. It has a Darker tone then most cry babies.

Another one to check out is the Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah. Less then $100

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In my experience most wah pedals will work fine with heavier stuff.

Ideally look into a used CAE wah

Yeah I think Dimebag and Buckethead both used Vox wahs with heaps of gain.
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I don't know what the $60 one is, but I used to have the $99 one. Its good for metal, but be forewarned it literally sounds like a demon growling. Its really not a 'typical' wah sound, pretty unique. I'd check it out a good bit before committing. I hated mine with a passion... But I don't play metal.
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