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I'm considering buying a Dunlop Bass wah and i was looking for some songs in which a Bass wah is used. the site says it's used by Flea, Myung and list of other artists (even the guy from the Used). Please list some songs with Bass-wah, even if it is some crap like the Used. thankyou
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Higher Ground - RHCP
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Jeph (the used) only uses the wah live, so no recodings but if you grab "Say Days Ago" live from the Maybe Memories EP it's used at the start. Check out For whom the Bell Tolls live, both Jason and Rob use it liberally and if you can find a clip of cliff doing it he used it awesomely too.
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Power of Equality - RHCP
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Coffee Shop- RHCP (I believe it has a break where he uses the filter/wah)
Sir Psycho Sexy- RHCP

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N.I.B. - Black Sabbath
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Higher Ground - RHCP



no? the guitar has wah there, the bass doesn't.


I believe the only song Flea didn't use an autowah for and actually used a real wah for is the studio version of Coffee Shop. Yeah, rather misleading considering they say Flea 'uses' one. lol
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Coffee Shop- RHCP (I believe it has a break where he uses the filter/wah)
Sir Psycho Sexy- RHCP

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doesn't he use a q-tron on sir psycho sexy?
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Cochise- Audioslave

Timmy c actually uses 2 dunlop crybaby bass wahs together to get a really insane massive sweep.
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Paradigm Shift -Liquid Tension Experiment. I think Tony Levin uses bass wah for the break in the middle
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Cochise- Audioslave

Timmy c actually uses 2 dunlop crybaby bass wahs together to get a really insane massive sweep.

Yes and no, yes he uses two bass wahs, but not to get insane massive sweep, he uses two because he splits his signal, one into a clean cab and one in a dirty cab, and when he uses the two wahs taped together both cabs have the same sweep.

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Calm Like A Bomb- RATM

+1, plus a bunch of other Rage songs.
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Alot of Cream's work, the 'Fresh Cream' album in particular.



God, yes! That album sounds like someone glued a wah to Jack's foot that he couldn't shake.
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Cochise- Audioslave

Timmy c actually uses 2 dunlop crybaby bass wahs together to get a really insane massive sweep.



One's for treble, one's for bass.

Alot of rage and audioslave has a wah on it though.
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#21
^yeah i guess there's not really much need to have MORE sweep on a dunlop bass wah!
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#22
bootsy colins uses a lot of wah in his music. check it out
he has a really nice signature wah to
check that out too
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you are my hero haha, but yeh pretty much all dead songs use wah, atleast the versions i hear
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#26
I won't tell you a song until we all say NECROPOST.

Anyway, Fly Away by Lenny Kravitz's verse is pretty much driven by a bass wah. It's not very fancy/necessary though IMO.
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