#1
What are some good songs that I can use to practice all different styles of using the wah effect?

Eg. Jimi Hendrix - VooDoo Chile
Jimmy Page - Dazed and Confused

Thanks in advance...
#2
I dunno bout songs but try doing the enter sandman solo by Kirk, loads of wah in it.
#4
Quote by johnnypark30
What are some good songs that I can use to practice all different styles of using the wah effect?

Eg. Jimi Hendrix - VooDoo Chile
Jimmy Page - Dazed and Confused

Thanks in advance...


For the 213212513541345134th time.....


THERE IS NO WAH IN VOODOO CHILE!
#5
^But there is in Voodoo Child (Slight Return) Though alot of people confuse the two songs. But Voodoo Child (Slight Return) has the wah.

Good wah songs:
Shaft theme- Isaac Hayes
White Room- Cream
All Along The Watchtower- Hendrix (solo)
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#6
Outro of Rainy Day, Dream Away - Hendrix (I love playin that)
Still Raining, Still Dreaming - Hendrix
Burning Of The Midnight Lamp- Hendrix
Voodoo ChilD (Slight Return)
She's Only 18- RHCP
Come On (Let the good times roll)- Hendrix (the solo)
Tales Of Brave Ulysses- Cream
World Of Pain- Cream
White Room- Cream

There's loads more....
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#8
Sweet Child O' Mine + Br Brownstone. Two awesome GnR' songs that use the wah pedal in their solo's. (+Intro mutes for brownstone).
#12
Do a Kirk Hammett and just play every solo with wah hoping no-one notices?

Cheers.
#13
Im just wondering, why does Hammett always use a wah? MOst of the live stuff I've seen him play hes using it, and I dont understand why. Can someone shed some light on that for me.
#14
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Im just wondering, why does Hammett always use a wah? MOst of the live stuff I've seen him play hes using it, and I dont understand why. Can someone shed some light on that for me.


Because he wants to?
#15
Yeah, but half the time it sounds out of place. I was just wondering if he had talked about it in any interviews that yall remembered.