#1
Hey recently I've been thinking of getting a Wah-Wah pedal (no I don't have one ) and I would like to know which kind would be the best buy.

Preferably up to $150 (Canadian). I really don't know about what good for wah so i would like some help with this.
#5
Cry Baby from Dunlop...i think it's within your price range...
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#6
Would it matter what kind of amp or guitar i'm using for any of these?
#8
well at the local music store i think (keyword) that i can get a dunlop or vox for $80-100 canadian, so imma have to see. Thanks for the help guys.
#9
Are you looking for any particular style for the wah to go with? Or any wah at all?
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#10
well i play alot of metallica and jimi hendrix, and everything in bewteen (that i can) and alot some use alot of wah
#11
I've got a Vox V847 and I'd definatly recommend it. I mostly play 80's rock, and a bit of classic rock.
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#13
Any Vox wah.
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Don't be afraid to care"

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#14
I would have to say VOX wah is the best. but that might be out of your price range, so i would say go with a crybaby, i used to have one before aquiring a Vox clyde mccoy, my personal favorite, and i found it to be fairly good and would probably be what you're looking for for your style of music. as for a morley... I would highly recommend not getting one. Having been forced to play on one for a couple weeks i would say that they are not good, they are set up awkward, they smell, and are just an overall pain in the ass. so for you i would say go with a crybaby.
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