#1
I've been looking at buying a wah. I love the sound of the one Michael Amott (Arch Enemy) uses. Unfortunately, according to Wikipedia, it's a custom rack-mount wah, which is out of the question for me. I've heard good things about the Ibanez Weeping Demon, and the Vox wahs...what do you guys think?
#5
on his guitar clinic he used a vox wah, but when on stage, he has some fancy rack wah
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#6
oh come on, you can't scrounge up $600 for a wah pedal?

i don't blame you. go vox.
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#7
Vox wah is what he used.
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#8
Hmmm....ok. The Vox wahs sound awesome to me clean, for blues/rock stuff...but I haven't heard them distorted...does anyone have any clips, or know where I could hear some? Btw, thanks for the help so far.
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Hmmm....ok. The Vox wahs sound awesome to me clean, for blues/rock stuff...but I haven't heard them distorted...does anyone have any clips, or know where I could hear some? Btw, thanks for the help so far.


Any Arch Enemy recording he has ever made has been with a Vox v847 or whatever they are.

He uses a rackmount wah on stage because I think he has multiple wah pedals set around the stage, either that or because he wants a remote pedal rather than a big cable running to and from his wah. I forget which it was in his case but that's why people use rackmount wah vs regular wah.