#1
whats is the best wah pedal for about £60, something that can play some hendrix, like all along the watchtower and voodoo child?
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Seconded. For your price, the GCB-95 model.
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#5
Buy a used Vox V847, you'll be set for ages. (Don't get a crybaby)
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#6
I read in a Total Guitar a while ago that the Boss PW-10 was the best value wah pedal (it may well be >£60 though).

So I got one, and to be honest wasn't that impressed. It emulates Vox, Crybaby etc but I'd probably recommend going for one of the originals.
#7
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the GCB-95 model.

Defently not. You should hear clips from it on a crunch channel
#8
maybe but probably not the jimi hendrix crybaby.
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I read in a Total Guitar a while ago that the Boss PW-10 was the best value wah pedal (it may well be >£60 though).

So I got one, and to be honest wasn't that impressed. It emulates Vox, Crybaby etc but I'd probably recommend going for one of the originals.


damn I was gonna get that! coz it came with the rest of the foot pedal! DAMN!

I really wish I had some money!
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#10
Quote by Griswold
I read in a Total Guitar a while ago that the Boss PW-10 was the best value wah pedal (it may well be >£60 though).

So I got one, and to be honest wasn't that impressed. It emulates Vox, Crybaby etc but I'd probably recommend going for one of the originals.


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#12
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I read in a Total Guitar a while ago that the Boss PW-10 was the best value wah pedal (it may well be >£60 though).


Ah, my young padawan, you have to learn to read between the lines when you read mags, because of gippiness involving them reviewing the products that their advertisers make.

For example, in something like guitar buyer, they normally say "the finish on our review model was poor, but hopefully it'd be better in models going to shops". This means odds are the finish will be poor even in shop models. Probably worse, since unless they're brain-dead retards, they'll have sent their best model to review.

On to Total Guitar. Here's how to read between the lines with it: anything you read in Total Guitar, the EXACT OPPOSITE is the correct answer.

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