#1
So I'm trying to decide between a vox wah and a dunlop crybaby. I will be using it for stuff like RHCP and SRV. You know like nothing heavy duty like slash just playing it every know and again.

What do you think?
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#2
i have a crybaby, and its awesome, but the vox is pretty awesome, oh and if you search for ultimate wah i think, theres a really awesome thread on this, it compares loads of them, have a look there.
#3
ok thanks...Right know Im leaning towards the Vox knowing that SRV used one and I can pick one up at my guitar lessons place, i really like it there so I'd like to give them my buisness...
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#6
isnt there a wah thread which lists all the wahs and what they are good and bad at?

Do a search it might help you find exactly what your looking for
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#7
Ok I'm officially getting a vox. I just read the ultimate thread and heard only good things about it, also the fact that Jimi used one steered me in that direction to cuss I play stuff by him too. The next time I got lessons I'll ask if i can try one out. Unless it sounds **** and I dont like it then I will be getting it!

Thanks for all the help.
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#8
Vox, or if you want something the same sort of sounding, but a lot better, Fulltone, Teese etc
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