#2
Nope not really. Didn't they stop making them in like the 70's anyway?
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#3
Quote by Dr Sixstring
Nope not really. Didn't they stop making them in like the 70's anyway?


... I have one
#4
Then surely you're the one who should be telling up whether or not they are good for rock and metal?

At a guess it's great for blues and classic rock, i know Hendrix and SRV used old Vox wahs (the same exact one actually). Of course, they weren't voiced for high gain, but if you have it why not give it a try yourself, probably sounds mighty sweet
#5
Quote by jaybals
Then surely you're the one who should be telling up whether or not they are good for rock and metal?

At a guess it's great for blues and classic rock, i know Hendrix and SRV used old Vox wahs (the same exact one actually). Of course, they weren't voiced for high gain, but if you have it why not give it a try yourself, probably sounds mighty sweet



It is my first pedal wah ...i don't know...
On clean the sound is awesome...
On the distorsion too...i like it ..but i don't know if this pedal is for this genre..
#6
If it sounds good use it...
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#7
Quote by Dr Sixstring
Nope not really. Didn't they stop making them in like the 70's anyway?




yes they did stop making them in the 70's or so, but wtf are you talking about?

Quote by jaybals
Then surely you're the one who should be telling up whether or not they are good for rock and metal?


+1

Quote by jaybals
At a guess it's great for blues and classic rock, i know Hendrix and SRV used old Vox wahs (the same exact one actually). Of course, they weren't voiced for high gain, but if you have it why not give it a try yourself, probably sounds mighty sweet


how exactly would you 'voice' a wah for high gain? do you tighten the Q or something?

Quote by andreyush
Is this pedal a good wah pedal for rock/ metal ?


i think so, this is my Clyde clone doing some wah work

http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/gumbilicious/music/play920680

i don't really play metal, but i consider that song harder rock.
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