#1
hi, guys
looking to buy a wah pedal, love the wah sound in the following songs,
STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN " VOODOO CHILE,
Jimi Hendrix " voodoochild,
Guns n Roses "sweet child o mine,

what wah pedal would you guy recommend to get the same sound in these songs, money/price no problem,

thanks for your time,
bluesfloyd,
#2
Dunlop Crybaby Classic
Vox Hand Wired Wah
These two pedals will handle those tones easily.
Everything else has a different color than these classic circuits. There are many good wah pedals out there, yet sometimes the old ways are best, especially when you are looking for iconic classic tones.
#3
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Dunlop Crybaby Classic
Vox Hand Wired Wah
These two pedals will handle those tones easily.
Everything else has a different color than these classic circuits. There are many good wah pedals out there, yet sometimes the old ways are best, especially when you are looking for iconic classic tones.

The Dunlop still has the dodgy bypass, doesn't it?
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#4
^Yup. I think the GCB95F has true bypass.

Unless you are wanting the exact filter sweep/timbres, any wah will do to get the "wah sound". I have a Modtone Vintage Wah- cheap, easy to adjust, has an LED and true bypass.
#5
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#6
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Yeah, this or a 535Q/other 535Q derivative would be a good wah to cover everything.
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#7
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#8
i'll plug the Morley Classic wah. keep in mind that although the wah contributes to the sound on the songs mentioned you can't expect to duplicate said sounds without the rest of the gear used (talent not included ).
#9
I hated my Crybaby - the tone sucking filter!! Recently picked up a Morley Bad Horsie 2 thanks to this forum and I'm all good now.
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#10
hi, guys
big thanks for all your good advice above, i am sure i will choose a wah from the options above, if i need more help i will post back,

thanks for your time guys, bluesfloyd.
#11
The Crybaby has the Fasel inductor that was a part of the old Thomas Organ Wah pedals, and if you want that classic Hendrix wah sweep this pedal does it. I've never had any tone sucking any Dunlop wah when I use a power supply such as a DC Brick. You may want to check the order of your effects if this is happening to you. My response was for a very specific request, not for which wah is the best, or had true bypass. I believe that these pedals will provide the tones asked for accurately.
#12
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The Crybaby has the Fasel inductor that was a part of the old Thomas Organ Wah pedals, and if you want that classic Hendrix wah sweep this pedal does it. I've never had any tone sucking any Dunlop wah when I use a power supply such as a DC Brick. You may want to check the order of your effects if this is happening to you. My response was for a very specific request, not for which wah is the best, or had true bypass. I believe that these pedals will provide the tones asked for accurately.


actually the italian made Vox pedals from the 60 used a fasel inductor. while perhaps the first year or two cry-baby did as well the new pedals don't (except a rather expensive version). the old thomas organ wahs definitely suffer from tone suckage. the dunlop ones are a bit better but the lower end ones still have issues.
#13
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#14
The Fulltone would be my choice. I have an early 80s crybaby, with a great tone, but it has this his I can't get rid of, and its bypass is terrible. The Fulltone is quiet and sounds better.
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