#1
Been looking for a good adjustable wah for my "pedalboard in progress". Jams Wahcko looks awesome and sounds amazing... on youtube haha haven't been able to try one. hard to find in stores. the JC wah is similar but almost half the price.

anyone own either one? or have an opinion?
#3
morley is popular on here.

IMO crybabies are way over priced.

i own a Fulltone Clyde and love it. the deluxe version is much more flexible, but my clyde takes care of all my needs.

i will pick up a RMC wizard some way.

oh. and buy used. i paid $85 shipped for a $200 clyde off of TGP.
#4
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just realized vs's threads are not allowed on this forum.


i am pretty sure you are fine. the vs. threads that get bad are something like Marshall v. Fender, or on EG Gibson v. Epiphone v. Agile, etc.

this won't cause a problem like that.
#5
check out the wilson 6 position wahs. they're great and more versatile than the jam pedals wah, and not hugely expensive.

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just realized vs's threads are not allowed on this forum.

it's cool, you're looking to choose between two pedals. a pointless versus thread would be, as trashed said, fender vs gibson; something which just generates pointless discussion.
#6
alright kool ill check those out.

also i there such a thing as a Wah pedal/Volume pedal combo? that would help on space on my board.
#7
the fullton clyde deluxe looks epic. haha a little more than i think ill need. but the regular one is defiantly worth checking out.
#8
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i am pretty sure you are fine. the vs. threads that get bad are something like Marshall v. Fender, or on EG Gibson v. Epiphone v. Agile, etc.

this won't cause a problem like that.


agreed. a specific, constructive versus question is normally just fine.

i haven't tried either of those wahs so i can't help

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also i there such a thing as a Wah pedal/Volume pedal combo? that would help on space on my board.


http://www.morleypedals.com/dm2wv.html

says it's not available in the USA, though. plus i've never tried it so I dunno what it's like.
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#9
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http://www.morleypedals.com/dm2wv.html

says it's not available in the USA, though. plus i've never tried it so I dunno what it's like.

There are others that do it. Like the Pro and the Power series.

There's actually a used Pro I sitting in a shop down here. Been intrigued to try it out.
#10
^ ah ok, thanks. I cba looking through the whole site
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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