#1
I'm just curious what would happen (without trying it myself and messing something up) if I were to use a Behringer wah pedal intended for guitars with my bass. I don't want to ruin the pedal since it's not mine and I wouldn't want to have to replace it, and I don't want to risk my own gear either since I'm kinda saving up for a Rickenbacker.

So, what can I expect from this?
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#2
It will work fine
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#3
it probably wont sound that good all around but it wont damage your gear in any way
#4
There's nothing wrong with it at all. It won't damage anything, and it can sound alright. I use a vox wah intended for guitar in my rig.
#5
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There's nothing wrong with it at all. It won't damage anything, and it can sound alright. I use a vox wah intended for guitar in my rig.


That's good to hear.
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#6
It probably won't sounds as good if you try to wah the notes lower on the neck. Once you get above the 12th fret it should sound fine though.

There are bass wahs made to handle the lower tones of a bass but meh, use what you've got.

Have you ever played a Rickenbacker before? I had the owner of Hartke hand me one brand new off the shelf and did not like it one bit. They feel like toys.
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#7
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Have you ever played a Rickenbacker before? I had the owner of Hartke hand me one brand new off the shelf and did not like it one bit. They feel like toys.


No, but I've heard the tone they produce and I like their look. I haven't had the chance to try one even though I would really like to do that. But I could always return it and get my money back if I wouldn't happen to like it.
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#8
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It probably won't sounds as good if you try to wah the notes lower on the neck. Once you get above the 12th fret it should sound fine though.

There are bass wahs made to handle the lower tones of a bass but meh, use what you've got.

Have you ever played a Rickenbacker before? I had the owner of Hartke hand me one brand new off the shelf and did not like it one bit. They feel like toys.

Really?! my friend has one and they play like a dream, great tone and awesome playability! But I guess everyone has different preferences
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#9
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Have you ever played a Rickenbacker before? I had the owner of Hartke hand me one brand new off the shelf and did not like it one bit. They feel like toys.


The scale is only a eensy bit smaller than a P bass? and it's got that big headstock and slab body.

Ever play a mustang