#2
The Ibanez WH-10 is the only one that comes to mind, but they're a bitch to find, and expensive as well.
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#5
I tried it. It didn't do anything to the wah itself, but the only time you could hear much of anything was when it was in the heel position.
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#6
With some bass wahs, the only difference is the sweep cap. A typical guitar wah uses a .01uf cap, bass uses .068uF. So you could just install a switch to switch between the two.

If you aren't into modding I think Rocktron might have one that is switchable. The 535q might have a bass setting on it, I don't know for sure though.
#9
I think the Ibanez Weeping Demon can be used as a bass wah, but I might be wrong.
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#10
morley classic wah, can be used with both says so on the box
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morley classic wah, can be used with both says so on the box


true. cliff burton used one.

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#12
But WH-10 is much better... if You find one, buy it!
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But WH-10 is much better... if You find one, buy it!

+1.

It's just rare as hell, so if you can't find one, get a Morley or something.

But you KNOW you want the WH-10.
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morley classic wah, can be used with both says so on the box


can all morleys be used on both? i use my morley bad horsie wah for both, and it works well, i was just wondering if they're all like that.
#15
Since the thread is already on the subject, how well do morley's handle gain with guitar or bass?......I want to buy a wah that can handle a ton of gain and use it on my bass for Burton style stuff....
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Since the thread is already on the subject, how well do morley's handle gain with guitar or bass?......I want to buy a wah that can handle a ton of gain and use it on my bass for Burton style stuff....


i'll see if i can answer your question.

i have a morley bad horsie wah pedal (as you can see by my above post). i've noticed that it does handle high gain well, but not really on high fret numbers on the thinner strings. i also only use it with the bridge pickup, because you can't really hear it with the neck or both.

on clean, it's great. you can hear it a little better with less distortion, but it's still good for distortion. unlike some wahs i've seen, this one doesn't click on. the good thing about that is you can take your foot off and go back to playing normally.

hope this helped.
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i'll see if i can answer your question.

i have a morley bad horsie wah pedal (as you can see by my above post). i've noticed that it does handle high gain well, but not really on high fret numbers on the thinner strings. i also only use it with the bridge pickup, because you can't really hear it with the neck or both.

on clean, it's great. you can hear it a little better with less distortion, but it's still good for distortion. unlike some wahs i've seen, this one doesn't click on. the good thing about that is you can take your foot off and go back to playing normally.

hope this helped.

Yea, that helps a lot.....I'm been wanting a wah that can handle gain well but still do clean so I can keep a variety in my playing....I was hoping to find a cheaper wah but 100$ is perfectly reasonable, if this thread hasn't died by the time I get it I'll post my opinion on it.
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