#1
Ok, so I've decided, after my friends purchase of one, to get a Wah Pedal. So, here's my ordeal: Get a Ibanez Weeping Demon or a Dunlop Wah. What I need to know:

1. Which is better for the funk/blues stuff
2. Difference in battery life/durabilty.
3. I can find price so thats no worries.
#3
yea im also looking for a wahwahpedal and im new to this whole thing too so when im testing them out at the store what should i look for? I want a bluesly (Clapton, Hendrix, Page) tone. Would a Dunlop crybaby do that?
#4
Ive got a Ibanez WD7 and i think its good. Its has very good sound for blues but go try them out. I preffered the ibanez. Maybe get a VOX that could suit your style better than others
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#5
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yea im also looking for a wahwahpedal and im new to this whole thing too so when im testing them out at the store what should i look for? I want a bluesly (Clapton, Hendrix, Page) tone. Would a Dunlop crybaby do that?

Vox wah, but next time make your own thread.

And to the t/s, Vox or the 535q.
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#6
vox wah or morley. they seem more suited for funk n blues although the 535q would do as well
#7
yah they actually the same except if you want different feel like when u rock on it. Dunlop is basicallly vox.
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#8
VOX is the best wah I've ever played...


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#9
Yeah get a Vox Wah its great
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#10
yeah make ur own thread lol

but anyway, i also play metal, would a 535q gunna meet that too, (metallica solos)...
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#11
Don't get the Weeping demon, I've tried it and didnt like it for blue, plus the name alone would'nt sound like a blue guitar pedal. Get a Vox then spend like the extra 20$ to get it ture bypassed. If you have the extra money on you buy the Teese RMC3 wah pedal.
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#12
Yeah, so scratch weeping demon and 535q, after reading customer reviews.... screw that, wats the teese thing?

ok, any nother wat Vox do u guys recommend?
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#13
I like the crybaby wah, but make sure you get the one with the dial to control its "wahness"

they are the best

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#14
The Teese pedal is a true-bypass totally upgraded, beautifull sounding wah. http://www.analogman.com/mccoy.htm
The only downside is the price of $280 I belive. You could buy a Vox Wah and send it to get true-bypassed and get a new fasel inductor in it, Vocal mods, etc.... But if you go down that road your better off buying the Teese RMC3 which I wish is what I would've done. Also the Clyde Mcoy Vox is less reliable and more likely to breakdown on you than the V847.
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#15
Quote by sylent
yah they actually the same except if you want different feel like when u rock on it. Dunlop is basicallly vox.

Dunlop is basically Vox except for the less full wah sound and the poor quality of the chips and resistors which end up sucking your tone more than youl'd want it to. Also it makes a more loud popping noise when you switch the wah to on. It sucks up the batteries more and the wah isn't as noticable. If you say "but Slash uses a Dunlop" then Id say, He uses a rack mounted wah which is totally different and the price is substatualy different as well.
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