#1
Hey,
I brought up the topic of two wahs running at once a while ago.
Today, I opened up the morley power wah/volume pedal which I got off another UG member in a trade.
Anyways, in my profile, I have a recording, labled "Double Wah Action", and it shows two wahs running at once and being rocked back and forth in sync with eachother (as best as I could). The description tells the rest.
Enjoy! And I just threw in random riffs, so don't slam me bad if I suck.

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#2
that sounds damm interesting.... ill try that some time...

thnx for that audio clip
#3
Actually not too odd to my ears, but it actually sounded pretty cool.
Maybe you could post one where you don't rock them in sync? That would probably sound really wild. Or maybe it'd sound like crap... won't know until you try it!
#4
Quote by Nightfyre
Actually not too odd to my ears, but it actually sounded pretty cool.
Maybe you could post one where you don't rock them in sync? That would probably sound really wild. Or maybe it'd sound like crap... won't know until you try it!


I did try rocking them opposite directions. It was kind of pointless. It was more of a volume change than an actual wah. It's like, your tone was changed by the first wah, then the second wah unchanged it.
It really wasn't a wah effect.
Now... on to Three wahs!!!
I dunno, if I get a crybaby-esque wah for modding, maybe i'll try three at once.
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#5
Quote by darkarbiter7
I did try rocking them opposite directions. It was kind of pointless. It was more of a volume change than an actual wah. It's like, your tone was changed by the first wah, then the second wah unchanged it.
It really wasn't a wah effect.
Now... on to Three wahs!!!
I dunno, if I get a crybaby-esque wah for modding, maybe i'll try three at once.

Shoot, I was hoping you could get some ridiculous sounds out of that... oh well, guess I can blend a different effect with a wah and see what happens.
#6
Sounds kinda trippy....

I wonder if you could pull off the same thing with a wah then an echo pedal?

BTW darkbiter, nice blues soloing you have on there.

I heard a few bum notes, but other than that, it sounds pretty good.

Especially "blues solo idea". Really nice playing!
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#7
Yeah, I just improvised on this recording.
And thanks!
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#8
No problem man, I like to listen to other people play guitar.

BTW, the one called "Fueled by caffeine" would sound sweet with a little wah over it, IMO.
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#9
little disapointed, not your fault but i expected a talkboxy - lo fi sound... i was just listening to framptons do you feel like we do so thats probably why
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#10
Yeah. Maybe with different wahs (or maybe a 3rd one???), you may get a talkboxy sound.
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#11
I say you put on a delay, a slight chorus, splash in some reverb, an auto wah, and run both wahs on top...

heck if you threw in a phaser and tremolo, it'd be the trippiest sound ever...
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#12
hey! that worked alot better than i thoght it would sound pretty cool like it alot
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#13
Quote by darkarbiter7
I did try rocking them opposite directions. It was kind of pointless. It was more of a volume change than an actual wah. It's like, your tone was changed by the first wah, then the second wah unchanged it.
It really wasn't a wah effect.
Now... on to Three wahs!!!
I dunno, if I get a crybaby-esque wah for modding, maybe i'll try three at once.


You could try setting one wah at different positions, and then using the other one normally. That could make some interesting sounds.
#14
You could also try keeping one wah in a set position while using the other as a regular wah. Maybe if you keep one in the bass position, it'll sound more talk box-y.

Edit: Bah, screw the poster above me.
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