#1
Hi everyone!
I'm going to buy a Wah Pedal asap, and I was wondering if anyone here had any suggestion to make.
My teacher told me I should pick not a cheap one as I like hard rock and metal, and the Wah pedal is an important piece when speaking of these genres.
So, I got an Ibanez catalogue and I've seen the Weeping Demon pedal which seemed fine (even for the price, 90 euros [which is 60 £] circa).
Has anyone here tried that out?
Any alternatives?
#3
Try the Dunlop 535Q. They are VERY versatile. I believe Dime used one before he got his own custom ( that have nearly the same setting as the 535Q....but with a camo graphic )
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#4
Search in the "Gear and Accssories" Forum, they have information on almost all main makes of Wahs in the Wha thread
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#6
ive played around with a weeping demon, tis fun, its different than a dunlop. i personally would prefer the weeping demon, but im not much of a wah person sooooo
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#7
I hear the weeping demon is a very good versatile wah, compared to the dunlop which hasnt got such a strong sweep.
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#8
Quote by Jimbo999
I hear the weeping demon is a very good versatile wah, compared to the dunlop which hasnt got such a strong sweep.


quite the opposite actually, the 535Q dunlop is very versatile whereas the WD-7 is a shoddy piece of crap. shame on the people that suggested the WD-7
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#10
Thanks everyone!
I'll go check the Gears section and then decide...
#11
I have the Dunlop Original Crybaby. It kicks serious arse. I highly suggest it.
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#12
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quite the opposite actually, the 535Q dunlop is very versatile whereas the WD-7 is a shoddy piece of crap. shame on the people that suggested the WD-7

Ahh I maybe have been mistaken! I just remembered the standard crybaby was quite weak.
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#14
Quote by Jimbo999
Ahh I maybe have been mistaken! I just remembered the standard crybaby was quite weak.


the 535q is not the standard crybaby
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#15
I sold my Weeping Demon to get a Crybaby.

then I modded that Crybaby.

so I would reccommend you just get a 535Q. unless you like modding.