#1
Been playing for a few months now and I really want to try out messing about on a wah pedal.

However, I don't want a really expensive one but I don't want one that is going to be a low quality either. there must be a happy medium somewhere.

Could you guys help me im my Epic Quest for the Mediocre Wah Pedal please?
#2
well behringer make a cheap wah.
not sure of quality, i guess you get what you pay for
#3
What's your price range?
Gear:
Washburn X50 PRO
Roland Cube 60
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#5
Quote by PsychoJeams
Ibanez Weeping Demon maybe?


I believe the TS said "cheap". Last time I checked the Weeping Demon was $100.

Rocktron makes several wah's that are cheaper than that... Dunlop Original Crybaby is $70. Morley Power Wah is $90.

Also, I own the Weeping Demon and its not impressive at all for the price you pay.

I'd go with the Dunlop Crybaby if I was you.
#6
OK thanks guys. My price range is about £25-£35 (I'm gonna guesstimate that that's about $40-$60) but I'm willing to push it. I'll have a look at the CryBaby now. Thanks.
#7
Quote by PotBellyShogun
OK thanks guys. My price range is about £25-£35 (I'm gonna guesstimate that that's about $40-$60) but I'm willing to push it. I'll have a look at the CryBaby now. Thanks.


It's not worth buying a wah in that price range, you'll probably end up replacing it later. Think you can get the crybaby as cheap as £60 before postage, i've got my eye on it myself
Gear:
Washburn X50 PRO
Roland Cube 60
No pedals
#8
Would definitely be better if you can wait that extra time and put the money towards a better quality pedal, like the Weeping Demon, will last longer and sound better.
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#9
Just get a regular CryBaby. Mine isn't anything fancy, it's just the original one (i.e., it does not say Original or Classic, it just says CryBaby). I got it for like $60-80 on sale, I forget exactly how much, but it's awesome. Great quality, and not too expensive. I think you should just get some more money if possible, because, like someone said above, you'll just end up replacing it later on for a better quality one, so it makes more sense to get a good one at a fairly regualr-low price.
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#10
Quote by PotBellyShogun
Been playing for a few months now and I really want to try out messing about on a wah pedal.

However, I don't want a really expensive one but I don't want one that is going to be a low quality either. there must be a happy medium somewhere.

Could you guys help me im my Epic Quest for the Mediocre Wah Pedal please?


I know, you said you want a cheap wah pedal but cheap equals bad quality. I say this because i probably guarantee you will sell that wah or you will barely use it at all. So my suggestion at the moment is save up some money and get a second hand effect processor such as a POD XT LIVE or a Gt-6 second hand off ebay. In the long term, this will be a much wiser investment.

Cheers
#11
I have to agree with the Weeping Demon crowd. I have both a Crybaby and a Weeping Demon. The Crybaby sits. The demon is a Crybaby and a Morley in one and all sound frequencies, tensions, levels are all fully adjustable. Truly a great great pedal. Save up for it, you won't regret it Wah-wise.

Also my Crybaby makes noise when you work the pedal, my Demon is just flawless.
Last edited by Badorphan at Mar 20, 2008,
#12
crybaby wah at GC while the green tag sale is there...
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#13
Go for the VOX Wah
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