#1
Alright so i'm finally getting around to buying a wah-wah (mainly cause 2 songs on our bands lineup for the next gig have solos with wah) So basically i'm wondering, what wah should I get?

I want a very all rounding one. And I realise its generally a choice between jim dunlop and vox.

Preferably it should be true bypass and not cost too much (absolute max of £100)

By the way the two songs are: Enter Sandman and Sweet Child O' Mine.

Cheers.
#2
I really like my Vox V847, but it's a bit more vintage-y. Hendrix, Clapton, that sort of stuff. If you like that, I'd say go for it.
#4
It needs to be all rounding, possibly tilted in the modern direction but I may get a more vintage one.

At the moment i'm looking at the Vox V847 and the Dunlop 535 (however I haven't found one in the UK yet)
#6
i agree with the vox. but it cant to sandman. it cant do metal. it doesnt sound too good..
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try the bad horsie 2 contour wah, really a versatile choice. Lets you change the frequency to lean it in the vintage or modern direction. You literally get the best of both worlds in one wah.
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#11
Damn I was almost decided on the vox, its not gonna pull off enter sandman?
#12
The Dunlop 535Q should be more toward what you are after. It's unbelievably versatile, it has a 6-position knob and an additional fine tuner to adjust the sweep. There's also the boost and volume control. I've been using a 535Q for about 4 years, wouldn't replace it with anything other than the Dunlop rackmount unit. I've owned several other wahs before it - Vox, Boss, Morley, Ibanez, and other Dunlop models.
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Damn I was almost decided on the vox, its not gonna pull off enter sandman?


you decide.. click my sig and play sandman (new)..
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you decide.. click my sig and play sandman (new)..

I think that would probably be fine.

But, I have discovered the V847 is not true bypass unlike the V848.

Whats the tone sucking like? Bad enough to be worth the extra whatever it is for a V848 (which I can't seem to find for sale online in the UK anyway).

Should I really spend my hard earned dosh on a V847? What about the many dunlops eh?
#16
vox decided to update the v847 with true bypass and an ac jack
its supposed to be out in april

about the tone sucking...mine drains quite a lot of treble when its not on...im gonna mod it for true bypass though
its not that hard to do

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I want a very all rounding one. And I realise its generally a choice between jim dunlop and vox.

Preferably it should be true bypass and not cost too much (absolute max of £100)

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juging by ur songs id go 4 a steve vai bad horsie pedal its gd
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Budda...... more for rock though. True Bypass and rock solid. Last 3 bands I've seen in town use one. Mine has been a warrior for me.
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