#1
I haven't got a clue what should I do with it.Any idea what songs I should learn with it? Thanks.
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#2
Jimi Hendrix Voodoo child, or some metallica, enter sandman maybe
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#3
Guns N' Roses - Civil War

Or you can just play Funky stuff. I do loads of it, it kicks ass!
#6
guns n roses - dont cry (solo)
Alter bridge - one day remains (if you have the time to learn it)
Alter bridge - Find the real
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#8
i lot of the newer tool uses wah.. see: lateralus, right in two, jambi, no quarter
#9
GnR - Dont Cry Solo doesnt use Wah....but Civil War is Good, its in the E Scale....or says this book i got
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#10
i would recommend voodoo chile (slight return)

i struggled with that song for the longest time then i realized it sounds close with wah on in the treble position
#12
Surfing with the Alien - Joe Satriani
Ceremony - Joe Satriani
Crush of Love - Joe Satriani
Yer i agree with Pete Griffin, Voodoo Child (slight return) is a good one to learn.
An easy one, umm "Fox" by Millencolin, or "Cant get my head around you" The Offspring...not as much fun to play as Voodoo Child
#14
Voodoo Child rocks for wah

But personally, i play ALOT of Iron Maiden and Tool. And i find places that in the original song didn't have an effect and incorparate it into the song. Wah is pretty much essiential for tool, so check out lateralus, sober, vicarious and jimmy just to name a few
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GnR - Dont Cry Solo doesnt use Wah....but Civil War is Good, its in the E Scale....or says this book i got


Sounds good if you use it though.
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Was there any point to that at all? Blargh.

I find just improvising my usual stuff, then adding wah, sounds pretty good. And maybe use it to spice up some boring barre chords.
#17
Red hot chili peppers use a lot of wah... but deffinatly learn voodoo chile first
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Bulls on Parade - Rage Against the Machine
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#20
Anyone can give me a good link to enter sandman's tab?I tried playing the highest rating one,but it didnt really sound like enter sandman
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#21
try some funk it teaches you better rhythm, and gets you into some other genres, like blues and jazz, or try some metal that's always fun
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