#1
I've been playing a little over two years, mainly metallica, ozzy, black label society, avenged sevenfold, and hendrix. I have a Rogue wah pedal i got for twenty bucks when I started playing but it doesnt always give a reliable nice wavy sound. I'm looking for a nice pedal trying to stay around 80 or 90 bucks. It'll be played with either a standard Strat or a Epi SG G310 through a Marshall amp usually with a Danelectro Distortion. Thanks!


I have a Crybaby but I'm just not that impressed, it's a personal thing, so suggestions other thaan that would be appreciated.
Marshall MG100DFX
Line 6 Spider 3 75
Epi SG G310
Fender Stratocaster
Crybaby Wah
Danelectro Distortion
Eleca Acoustic
Rogue Wah
Last edited by pkeeling at Jan 15, 2007,
#3
The crybaby takes a while to get used to. When you do get the knack to it you should be able to get some pretty cool sounds from it
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#5
I'm with you on the crybaby, I'm not terribly fussed on them either. The Vox wah pedals are much better imo. I've never tried the Ibanez one, so I can't really comment on that.
#6
Crybaby from Hell is pretty good. I feel it can get a bit thin at times at the upper neck...but at the lower part of the neck..it's VERy brutal!...I never play a vox wah but I really want to!
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#7
I really like the Boss V-Wah, but I've been hearing more and more good reviews of the Weeping Demon.
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#9
morley bad horsie 2!!!!!!!! cos the contour mode is the best, as normal wah on it sucks ass BIG time
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#10
The Weeping Demon is a great pedal with lots of settings so it may be a little pricy but worth it
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#11
For Hendrix, you'll want a Vox wah. Problem is, for your other stuff, you might want a more metal-y wah. It's a tough choice.
#12
^Nah, I've played a Vox wah (Clyde McCoy) and it held up *better* than the Crybaby From Hell with heavy distortion.
#13
Aren't they unreliable Danno13 (vox clyde mccoy)?
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#14
If you want to splash out, try find a vintage Vox Clyde McCoy or whatever they are called, apparently quite good, never played one though
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#15
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Aren't they unreliable Danno13 (vox clyde mccoy)?


i don't know, just played it in the store. Haven't heard anything negative though.
#16
hey thanks guy ill give them a look
Marshall MG100DFX
Line 6 Spider 3 75
Epi SG G310
Fender Stratocaster
Crybaby Wah
Danelectro Distortion
Eleca Acoustic
Rogue Wah
#17
Quote by Danno13
^Nah, I've played a Vox wah (Clyde McCoy) and it held up *better* than the Crybaby From Hell with heavy distortion.

Tis' why I should have thought about playing the wah's before I got em'.

Oh well, the wah is fine for me now.
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-2-channel Titan
-Oversized Bogner 2x12 Cabinet
-Fulltone OCD
-RMC Picture Wah
-T.C. Electronic Nova Delay
-Larrivee D-03R
#18
while on the wah subject, i saw a vox vw(or whatever) 846. i know of the 47 and the 48 is the clyde, right? so what was that one?

and i happen to like the original cryybaby, so much that i bought another to mod.

2 crybabys for under 75$ total.

try the ultimate wah mod thread, most of the mods are one resistor changes with little chance of failure. you can easily morph that crybaby into a vox wah, and save about 70$ or PM pink for help, he should help you out.
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#19
^I Googled it. The V846 was the model that came before the Clyde McCoy, I guess. I don't think you can get it too easily anymore.