#1
possible?

all i have is a vox wah.
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#2
...no.
You need a whammy pedal.
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#3
definitely won't sound the same... your only choice is to pay the 200 bucks for a digitech whammy and if you don't have a soul power or arm the homeless guitar and a jcm 800 you're ****ed
#4
Quote by Roythebattousai
possible?

all i have is a vox wah.

You could try it and see?
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#5
You could rock the wah down for the octave-up parts, and rock it back up for the dry parts. The solo would sound totally different, but I imagine you could get a pretty cool sound out of it anyway.
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#6
Quote by Paddles
You could rock the wah down for the octave-up parts, and rock it back up for the dry parts. The solo would sound totally different, but I imagine you could get a pretty cool sound out of it anyway.


Thats what I was thinking. you could of course just try it and see.
#7
Quote by TMVolta19
...no.
You need a whammy pedal.


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#8
My friend plays it with a wah and what he'll do is play the high part with tremlo picking, rock the wah back and trem pick the low part and it actually sonds pretty cool

there is a tab somewhere on here that tells you how to play it w/o a whammy pedal