#1
just got a dunlop cry baby wah and i dont really know what to learn right now for songs that would use a wah pedal

any ideas?
#5
claptons version of knockin on heavens door has some nice wah. and making random funk jams is really easy with wah. youll figure it out. I like putting it in songs that dont normally have it just to change i up.
#6
Learn some Hendrix songs. The solo to Give it Away, and a whole bunch of other chili peppers songs. John Frusciante uses the Wah Wah pedal quite a bit.
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#8
Some solos from Slash (e.g. Sweet Child O' Mine, Slither...)
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#9
Learn some Alice in Chains solos, most of them have wah and are awesome, such as Man in The Box, Them Bones, Would, and heaps more. Also Metallica, Hendrix, Guns N Roses, SRV, etc.
#10
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Learn some Alice in Chains solos, most of them have wah and are awesome, such as Man in The Box, Them Bones, Would, and heaps more. Also Metallica, Hendrix, Guns N Roses, SRV, etc.

Man in the Box also has a talk-box in it.
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#11
Yeah go some Gunners. I love my wah pedal.
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#12
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just got a dunlop cry baby wah and i dont really know what to learn right now for songs that would use a wah pedal

any ideas?


funk songs are good as are some metal
is it an original crybaby...the cheap one?

if so, sell it for a better one...

anyways just make up some songs of you own. Wah pedals make some great sounds.

edit
look up Joe Satiani
he does a lot of kool FX like wah and whammy
#13
Before you learn solos with it, I'd suggest just jamming and playing scales to get your foot timing right first...
It may seem stupid at first, but it makes everything ALOT easier to do in the long run.
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Man in the Box also has a talk-box in it.

Good point, but i find it works with a wah, although the original crybaby might not be thick enough, but for the intro, you need a voicebox. Ive played the solo countless times with just wah and it works(and i have a homemade talkbox).
#16
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