#1
I just got a new (new to me) Dunlop Original crybaby and I'm looking for a couple songs that I could practice some wah techniques.

I've only been playing a couple months so these would have to be relatively easy songs in general, but even if the song was tough and it had a small wah riff that's easy, that would work.

The only two I really have fiddled with is RATM - Bulls on Parade and I'm thinking Voodoo child may be a bit out of my range, but i was going to try the intro a little.

Any other easy ones?
#2
Well the main riff of Surfing With the Alien by Joe Satriani is easy...not tthe rest of it though...
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#4
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voodoo child instantly the beginning muting parts

What? "instantly the beginning music parts"? Phil you tired?
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#5
just a bit. lol, its only 11:40pm probably am tired oh well. wait yeh doesnt stevie ray vaughan use his wah for the beginning parts of Voodoo Child
#6
the intro to mr brownstone uses a muted wah technique, then the whole songs uses it............so to summarise - Mr Brownstone
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#8
hmm i was gonna suggest bull on parade too... maybe give Be Yourself - Audioslave a try.. theres wah on the solo and it's fairly simple..

might be out of your range but a good wah song would be Tales of Brave Ulissys (i'm sure i spelled that wrong) by Cream theres a wah on just about every not in the song
#9
lol i got a crybaby 2 days ago and instantly played bulls on parade and voodoo child
but try a few other rage songs and roadrunner united songs
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#10
Quote by azn_guitarist25
just a bit. lol, its only 11:40pm probably am tired oh well. wait yeh doesnt stevie ray vaughan use his wah for the beginning parts of Voodoo Child

Jimi did too.
#12
Try playing some audioslave or rage against the machine... morello uses his wah padeal a lot...
#13
I like playing "Purple Haze" with my Crybaby. I don't think the song uses wah, but it sounds sweet when used correctly.

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#15
Still Raining Still Dreaming- Hendrix, although it's not that easy, but it's genius.
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#16
If you're looking for easy, try the ad lib riffs on White Room by Cream. Voodoo Child aswell of course.

If you're a bit more advanced, Mr. Brownstone Solo, Sweet Child, and All Along the Watchtower, although that uses delay as well.
#17
Thanks guys. I'll get to practicing. The wah pedal is great and I'm looking forward to a mod.
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#18
you don't necessarily need to mod a wah, first of all. if you think it sounds good, leave it.

oh, and a good song is 'love thing' by satch.
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#19
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If you're a bit more advanced, Mr. Brownstone Solo, Sweet Child, and All Along the Watchtower, although that uses delay as well.


Is the beggining part of All Along the Watchtowers played with a wah?
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#20
^No, but the wah solo is... lol
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#21
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^No, but the wah solo is... lol


I've been working on the begining it and it just doesn't sound right to me. Thought maybe that was what I was missing.
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#22
No, no wah, just a bit of fuzz (with guitar volume down to make it lighter soundin')

Oh! Nice guitar, what's it like? I'd kill for one of them.
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