#1
I'd like to know if there is any differences between the wah pedals like the signature wah's and stuff like that.

Thanks in advance.
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#2
Most wah's noadays are terrible unless you fork over the money for a fulltone or a silver machine. But what I would do is get a crybaby and mod it myself.
#3
but is the dunlop original crybaby good for someone that doesn't really wanna spend that much money on effects right now?
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#4
no wah is completely useless unless you know you need it for a specific reason, imo.

and dunlop original wahs are not at all very expensive around 60.
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#5
yea i know but i just wanna experiment and play a few songs like sweet dreams by manson that require wah in some parts.
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Guitars:
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G-400 alpine white (signed by Coheed & Cambria)
ESP MF-207
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Amp:
Crate V50 112

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#6
Quote by jeremylp
no wah is completely useless unless you know you need it for a specific reason, imo.


Wah pedals will change your life. It opens up so many possibilities.
#7
Just get a dunlop they work well
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#8
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Just get a dunlop they work well


should i buy an adapter or anything for it?
Gear:

Guitars:
Strat rip off
G-400 alpine white (signed by Coheed & Cambria)
ESP MF-207
RG350DX

Amp:
Crate V50 112

Effects
Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff
#9
there's different wah tones you get with different pedals. for instance, kirk hammet uses a hi-gain wah pedal that doesnt exactly get the "wah" sound but a similar effect, where as jimi hendrix uses a different hi-treble wah pedal.
#10
you'll want the ac adapter of you'll have shelled out 50 bucks on batterys after 6 months or so
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Also caught her playing fallout boy on my guitar, changed my strings and cleaned it the next day.
#11
Quote by blakefoster937
there's different wah tones you get with different pedals. for instance, kirk hammet uses a hi-gain wah pedal that doesnt exactly get the "wah" sound but a similar effect, where as jimi hendrix uses a different hi-treble wah pedal.

yeah but i think he just wants to dable around with it

but if you want get to reading articles on it and listening to sound clips but the original works in most apps.
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Also caught her playing fallout boy on my guitar, changed my strings and cleaned it the next day.
#12
K thanks, so with that wah i'll be able to reproduce most wah effects from most songs right?

sorry if this is a noob question, don't know much about effect pedals.
Gear:

Guitars:
Strat rip off
G-400 alpine white (signed by Coheed & Cambria)
ESP MF-207
RG350DX

Amp:
Crate V50 112

Effects
Electro-Harmonix Metal Muff
#13
you have to ask questions before you can leave noobdom
i'm a noob at many things and an expect at others. it takes time to learn
The nice part about being a pessimist is that you are constantly being either proven right or pleasantly surprised
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Also caught her playing fallout boy on my guitar, changed my strings and cleaned it the next day.
#15
great picks don't know about their wahs though
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#16
i recommend vox for you wah needs.
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#17
i do love voxs wah but dunlop offer more choices and is cheaper
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-George Will

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