Poll: Which wah is better.
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View poll results: Which wah is better.
Slash
3 20%
Dimebag
2 13%
Wylde
2 13%
Cantrell
8 53%
Voters: 15.
#1
Which of these wahs is the best for like rock and metal because I'm stuck between these four and can't decide which one to get.
#2
Bro, do you even morley bad horsie?

They are similar in the wah part.
The distortions I heard coming out from these suck, so I wouldn't even bother getting one of them.
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#3
Yeah Morley is the way to go. The Bad Horsie had awesome cut, it doesn't get buried under distortion
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#4
Agreed, the correct one isn't listed. Another vote for the Horsie here too.
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#5
Now that I think of it, have you ever even tried a wah pedal?
'cause I thought I wanted one because of the sound, and after spending 15 minutes with a couple I'm about to finish building an envelope filter.

Anyway the morley wah's are more intelligent in general since they don't have any immediately wearable mechanical part - they use an optical sensor and stuff.
A wah will most likely need to be repaired in a few years.
Also consider that (as far as my memory goes) morley wah's don't have an on-off switch, you engage them by simply changing the pedal's position.
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#6
Some do and some don't. The PWA has a switch on the side. Things like the horsie are "switchless."


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Gilchrist custom
Yamaha SBG500
Telecasters
Randall RM100 & RM20
Marshall JTM45 clone
Marshall JCM900 4102 (modded)
Marshall 18W clone
Fender 5F1 Champ clone
Atomic Amplifire
Marshall 1960A
Boss GT-100


Cathbard Amplification
My band
Last edited by Cathbard at Apr 14, 2014,
#7
Tremonti.
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#8
I agree with the Morley idea.

If I absolutely had to choose a Dunlop I'd say the Cantrell. It's the most versatile. Guthrie Govan uses it too.
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#9
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Tremonti.


yes.

I've had mine for probably 7 or 8 years with no issues whatsoever.

prefer the sound over anything Dunlop any day
#10
Thanks for the replies the Morley Bad Horsie one sound sounds great!
#11
There is a Dunlop Crybaby ( i forget the exact model) that has a spring in it, it's always 'on' but only engages when you use it. it's a very solid pedal and i've been using it for a few years now. There are 2 knobs on the side that give you control over the tone etc. Great buy.

Behringer Hellraiser is a really good one too if your not afraid of the brand.
#12
I have the Slash signature wah. After playing with it, I realized how much I liked the red color. And that's about it.
#13
Fulltone or RMC
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#14
I love my Cantrell wah. Yeah Guthrie Govan uses it too and for a good reason. You can adjust the tone on the fly with a pot that's on the side of the pedal.
#15
Morley master race checking in.

Exp pedals with pots can **** off.
Spin 'round carousel when your horse isn't screwed in.

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