#1
My current wah is the Vox V847 Standard wah and I was thinking about upgrading to the Clyde McCoy Wah. What are the main differences between the sound of the two? Is the Clyde McCoy worth the extra dough? Will I be able to tell the difference when I hear the Clyde McCoy? Thanks.
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#2
Are you that unhappy with your 487?
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Are you that unhappy with your 487?

I don't know, I haven't had any other wah to compare it too. That's why I want a comparison to the V848.
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#4
Well i heard great things about the V847 (heard its better then the Clyde!) so if i were you id just get it true bypassed and add an adapter input.
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#5
if i remember correctly R_H_C_P has the V848, could be worth talking to him about the sound....... But i think just a couple of upgrades to your V847 (adaptor, changing pots etc) would be worth it, thats what i did and it sounds awesome.
#6
Go and play a Clyde McCoy wah, see what you think of it in comparison with the V847.

There's a few differences, true bypass, 9v jack, it's more vocal sounding.

You don't have to buy a Clyde McCoy though, you can just mod your v847.
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