#2
I love the sound of the Budda, really nice vocal quality about it.
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#4
I own a V847 wah, but I hear the Budda Wah is sexually awsome.
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#7
what do you want, a wide sweep or a narrow one, because those are two very different wahs
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#9
damn erock, thats far from bergen....


and isnt wide sweep better? im going for best sounding, and most versatile.
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#10
Then get the Budda wah, you won't be unsatisfied.
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#11
a wide sweep is neither better nor worse, its all preference

for a wide sweep think hendrix on voodoo child (slight return)

and i find a narrow sweep to sound more like a volume pedal personally
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#12
Of the two the Budda is money.

Consider also the Snarling Dogs Whine-o, very versatile, good value, Charlie Stringer is the man.
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#13
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a wide sweep is neither better nor worse, its all preference

for a wide sweep think hendrix on voodoo child (slight return)

and i find a narrow sweep to sound more like a volume pedal personally


so is a wah serving as a volume a good thing or bad thing?
#15
They are VERY differnt wahs... I would go for the Vox personally... i prefer it's classic sweet tone... You havn't actually told us what tones you're looking for / what you play... please do and we can be of more help...


#16
wow, im surprised NOBODY but you actually gives a damn about my playing preference.
Well, looking 4 mostly blues [tone], but am looking for the more versatile wah. in metal, alternative, heck even to Contemporary christian rock.
#17
I've never heard a budda, but I own a V847 and I love it to bits.
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#18
bump. well i recentyl purchased a budda, and i play switchfoot type gain music. good or bad?
#19
You tell us... you're the one who has the wah and listens to the music and plays the music...
#21
Yep, it's your own fault if you don't like it. The Budda is extremely versatile IMO and i use it for Thrash/Death metalish style solo's as well as bluesy/funky stuff. You should have played them both as opposed to relying on the internet.
#22
like i had played it through a prs cus. 22, and it was amazing [through a dual rect btw]
cuz thats the guitar i plan on getting, but my guitar sux i think