#1
I'm thinking I might pick one up, but I'm not sure if I should be looking somewhere else for a wah pedal. Anybody have any experience with it?

Thanks.
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#2
It's pretty versatile, but it doesn't sound amazing.


theres nothing wrong with it but in terms of tone for price, meh.

I'd buy used.

just my opinion, of course.


also, the pedal on my friend's weeping demon is pretty ****ed up, its really loose and rocks oddly as if a nut is loose somewhere. not sure if its just his or if all the weeping demon's have that problem but we haven't been able to fix it.
#3
Have any better suggestions for a wah? Its not vital for my sound, but it'd be good to have. Don't really want to spend tons of cash on a Cry Baby.
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Voltage S212 w/ V30's
Strymon Timeline
CMATMods Signa Drive
TC Electronics Corona & Hall of Fame
#4
For high gain stuff and switchless - Morely's Tremonti Sig Wah is a good one.
#5
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Don't really want to spend tons of cash on a Cry Baby.


You can buy them used for very cheap.

The Weeping Demon is just all right as stated but it doesn't like any hot pickups that are in my guitars. The auto on is kind of nice.

What features do you want in the wah? There are tons of Crybaby clones out there that are cheap (relative to a new Crybaby) with lots of features.
#6
Out of the two Ibanez wahs, I'd personally rather get the WH10.

Or a Crybaby as mentioned.
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#7
I would go for Dunlop Original Crybaby. I like it, some people say it sucks tone, but what I get out of that crybaby is enjoyable. I havent played it through a nice amp though, my amp kills tone. The crybaby wasnt expensive for me... $80 USD or something like that.
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#8
Dunlop 535Q or Vox Big Bad Wah for a versatile wah that isn't too expensive.
On the cheap I found the Ibanez WH10V2 pretty good and it's somewhat tweakable as well.

If you are into a more specific wah sound, take a look at the signature Dunlop and Morley wahs. Some of them are rather cheap, others are kind of pricey though, you have to know if it's worth the price to you.

My personal favourites are the Big Bad Wah and the Hammett wah, which I have myself.
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#9
I wouldn't swap my Morley Power Wah for one but they are pretty good.
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