#1
Hey i have been looking at the Ibanez weeping demon, WD7, it has a mixture of reviews. I was wondering if you out there think its a good buy?


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#3
I own a Weeping Demon, and I rather like it. I like how you can adjust the sweep sound, and either have a normal or low end sweep. The automatic turn on is also a good plus.

But your best bet would be to go out and try a bunch of different ones at the store and see which one fits your sound best.
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You waited 18 minutes.. The WD is a n00b wah, get an RMC3 or a Wizard.

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#6
I have the Weeping Demon... its alright for heavier styles of music but it can't really do funk or anything, IMO.
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#7
Weeping demon is THE wah pedal for metal- im hopping to get one eventually
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If you're playing metal, I say go for the crybaby from hell. I havn't heard too many good things about the weeping demon from reliable people (calls in pink).

Everything else...gotta get the vox wah.
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#9
^ idk about the crybaby from hell, but I HAVE played the zakk wylde crybaby a lot and I can vouche for it... it sounds very good through distortion. I'd probably recommend it over the WD7 for anything heavy.

(My weeping demon was a gift... if you were wondering. Although I am grateful for it... its not a bad wah from what I can tell, just not as versatile as it's supposed to be)
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Doesn't Michael Amott use a VOx wah?
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From what I've heard in sound clips, the WD7 seems good and fairly versitile. Though anything can be used to make any kind of music, as that is the nature of music... I think like some of the people on here it has a fairly metalic tone to it, which doesn't lend itself as much towards bluesy playing as say a Dunlop, Moraly(sp?), or Vox McCoy.
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But just look it, it's hideous. I'd never put such a monstrousity on my board.
i think it looks lush haha
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#14
I have a weeping demon, and it's nice. I just don't use it as much as I thought I would. (wah in general)
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#16
I have one, and I like it, its very versatile and the bypass is much better than for instance a dunlop crybabys bypass.
#17
I have the Weeping Demon as well..
And I dunno, its really not that great. Its much more of a frequency sweep than a wah sweep. Only thing its good for really is the low setting, that one actually works for a very... vocal sounding wah which I like... But it does not work for higher notes... period.
Consider your other options... you wont have the ability to "cut it off" persay, when rocking it all the way back... so dont try bulls on parade.
#18
I bought Weeping Demon a couple of days ago, and it really is nice if you adjust the pedal. Then you can make some really cool sounds. It doesn't work for other music than heavy metal though, but since I only play metal, it rules! You can also make a lot of cool noises. And yes, it does work for higher notes if you adjust the pedal by using a plectrum to turn the screw in middle of it, loosen it up to make the sweep even bigger! It's the best pedal you can get in that price group I guess.

And in my opinion, it does look good!
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#19
check ebay for a crybaby 535Q, top notch versatile wah, or (havent tried but i was recommended by trusted members) the Teese RMC Wizard
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Doesn't Michael Amott use a VOx wah?


Yes, one v847, and it sounded awseome throught distorcion..
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