#1
Do they make Wah-Wah pedals specifically for basses, and if not, would using a guitar wah hurt any?
#2
yes they do make wah's specifically for bass, most famously Morley's dual bass wah and the dunlop Crybaby 105Q bass wah.


Using a guitar wah wouldnt hurt any, it would just probably suck more as its set up for the sound range of a guitar. However, the Ibanez Sweeping Demon supposively makes a good bass wah despite being a guitar wah. I'm interested in acquiring one, myself.
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#3
^Weeping Demon, bro.

And it's a wah wah pedal that is set up for high (gutiar) or low (baritone guitar or bass) frequences, much like the Dimebag Darrell which can have your frequencies go up to the bright guitar tones or low bass wah.
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#5
i know this is really pathetic...but i dont want to start a short thread...but are there any differences between normal Wah Wahs and the Dunlop Bass Wah...cuz they're really expensive and i want a Wah Wah
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^define normal wah wah
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i know this is really pathetic...but i dont want to start a short thread...but are there any differences between normal Wah Wahs and the Dunlop Bass Wah...cuz they're really expensive and i want a Wah Wah



Yes there is alot of difference, my guitarist friend has a standard dunlop cry baby, trying it through my bass it simply sucks all tone out of of it and sounds like crap. however the bass crybaby loses little to no tone at all.
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#8
MORLEY !!!
..yeah most morleys work well with bass (cant really think of any which suck on a bass)
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MORLEY !!!
..yeah most morleys work well with bass (cant really think of any which suck on a bass)


yea, ive had my morley for 2 months now and love it.
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#10
how much U.S. $ would i be lookin at for a good wha? (sorry i'm not trying to hijack your thread)
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#12
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yes they do make wah's specifically for bass, most famously Morley's dual bass wah and the dunlop Crybaby 105Q bass wah.


Using a guitar wah wouldnt hurt any, it would just probably suck more as its set up for the sound range of a guitar. However, the Ibanez Sweeping Demon supposively makes a good bass wah despite being a guitar wah. I'm interested in acquiring one, myself.

The Weeping Demon has a switch that sets it from bass to guitar wah.