#1
Hmm, after several months of playing with the thing, I realized how customizable it was...but honestly, I don't find it neccessary for my playing at all.

Is it me? Or does the wah sound unbelievabally flat when playing on the upper frets...i can't even hear the wah itself. The wah is pretty mean on the lower frets but, I don't know, Is this common for wahs?


If so, then I'll most likely keep the dimebag wah, if not, I'll most likely sell it and get something else (Vox 847 ftw)
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#2
I bought one about a year ago and wasn't very impressed, I got rid and got the Zakk Wylde one instead and its awesome
#3
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I bought one about a year ago and wasn't very impressed, I got rid and got the Zakk Wylde one instead and its awesome

i thought you said you didnt like the wylde wah?
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#4
I dont really like the dime wah, not enuf change in upper and lower, same with the Zack Wylde wah too! Difinally look into the vox wah!
#5
IMO while the vox has a slightly better tone to most people, it has a much weaker sweep than the crybaby. As for the higher frets thing, that happens with a lot of wahs, because the higher notes are out of the wahs frequency range. I recommend a crybaby classic.
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i thought you said you didnt like the wylde wah?


No, love the Wylde wah. Its not really the best wah if you wanna do the whaka whaka thing, but if you wanna use it to add some colour to your sound its cool. Doesnt loose as much bottom end as most wah's when its kicked in and I like that
#7
I think the Vox KILLS the Dime, even for metal (that said, I'm an old-metal, big-wah kind of guy, I can't stand Morleys).
#8
I like the vox, but also the Zakk wah. it sounds pretty awesome clean, and with a metal tone it is like a talkbox. cool wah.
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My Clyde McCoy is great with high notes.
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#10
Meh, I so I guess I should sell it somewhere and buy a ..mccloyd or a 847?
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#12
I have tried the Dime wah and I own the 535Q (they are quite comparable) and I love them both.

I like Vox wah's too (I tried a V847 once)

Overall though, I would recommend a Teese Wizard wah, If you can pony up the cash that is.