#1
budget: 150usd
location: south bend, indiana
genre: any (looking for an early weezer-ish wah sound)
gear: check sig
new/used: either works

Like the genre said, kinda looking for that weezer type wah sound from Pinkerton/Blue
Squier Strat
Behringer Fuzz
GFT-90
#2
150 budget isn't set in stone, could go higher or lower
Squier Strat
Behringer Fuzz
GFT-90
#4
Quote by monwobobbo
look into a Morley wah. either a classic or power wah should do the trick


The classic sounded too clean, or wet, whatever the term is. The power wah might be better, but aren't morley pedals gigantic?
Squier Strat
Behringer Fuzz
GFT-90
#5
Early Weezer wah sound would probably be something like a Vox, Dunlop CryBaby 535 or GCB95 Wah. I have the GCB95, does a great job for all my wah wah needs. Pretty basic and effective unit.
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#6
Dunlop CAE Wah, two different sounds, tweakable, boost, sounds great.

BBE Ben Wah, great sounding and affordable.
#7
Quote by Guitarbaddie
The classic sounded too clean, or wet, whatever the term is. The power wah might be better, but aren't morley pedals gigantic?
Most are, yeah. I've used a PWA for many a year and yes, it's ****ing huge. I recently bought a Morley Mini Maverick and I'm very impressed by it. It's very small but not so small that it's hard to use.
It's not really a classic sounding wah though - more of a Bad Horsie type of thing. Whether or not that would suit you I'm not sure but I like it a lot.
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#8
Quote by Cathbard
Most are, yeah. I've used a PWA for many a year and yes, it's ****ing huge. I recently bought a Morley Mini Maverick and I'm very impressed by it. It's very small but not so small that it's hard to use.
It's not really a classic sounding wah though - more of a Bad Horsie type of thing. Whether or not that would suit you I'm not sure but I like it a lot.


I think I like this suggestion the most so far, tiny, sounds better to me than a crybaby
Squier Strat
Behringer Fuzz
GFT-90