#1
is there a huge difference in tone when using a vox wah (v847) then when using a dunlop (original)? i like the tone of my dunlop, im just wondering why everyone says im missing the "vox and fender" magic.
#2
I hear it has better tone, but less sweep?
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#3
Quote by Jinskee
I hear it has better tone, but less sweep?


well the thing is i dont get whats so special about vox and fender together. i love my dunlop im just wondering wtf.
#4
Oh well, isn't that really the ultimate blues combo?
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#5
Quote by Jinskee
Oh well, isn't that really the ultimate blues combo?

dunlop + blues junior? i guess. i use it for metal, but shhhhhhhhhhhh

my metal riffs and solos are blues
#6
Well, I really do suggest you check out vox in a store or something. I heard one before and it sounded awesome.
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#7
my buddy has a vox wah and I have a dunlop. They're both nice, but fairly different. I think the dunlop is more vocal, but it's really just preference. If you're happy with the dunlop, stick with it.
#8
i wasnt impressed with the dunlop at all.. thats actually why i got my Vox.. it has a warmer sound and a much better tone, imo, and the wah is more clear and audible than that of the crybaby
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#9
Quote by ScreaminBlues25
i wasnt impressed with the dunlop at all.. thats actually why i got my Vox.. it has a warmer sound and a much better tone, imo, and the wah is more clear and audible than that of the crybaby


well i like the dunlop because warmth = a no no for me. thats why i like the treble. i guess its all opinion.
#10
Then the dunlop should be good for you!
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#11
the vox has great treble too if you set it up right.. i didnt say that right... what i mean was that the vox gets a good clear wah whether you have warmer or treblier settings.. basically i mean its more versatile, IMO. i can get trebly wah with both, but i found i could only get a warm, bassier wah that was rich and clear with the Vox. so i guess if you only want treblier tone, then the crybaby would be fine, but i found ithat if you tend to switch it up between warm and trebly, the vox may suit you better.
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