#1
hi, im thinking of buying a wahwah pedal with a budget around 150 bucks. I mainly play my music using moderate to heavy distortion(amp islc30+tubescreamer) so I'm looking for a pedal that sound wel even with heavy distortion.
#2
I don't know about US prices but the Dimebag Wah is meant to be good, Zakk Wylde wah is not nice
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#3
Find a used RMC Wizard Wah or save up about 50 more bucks for a new one. It is DopeZilla with high gain and sounds really nice clean too
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#4
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-WD7-Weeping-Demon-Wah-Pedal?sku=150344
Put this infront of your distortion and you will **** yourself
#5
zakk wylde wah is meant to be awesome, im gonna have a go with my freinds sumtime soon

i have a morely classic wah and it works well, but the bad horsie will work better for higher gain
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#6
Morley Bad Horsey
Surprisingly, the Ibanez Weeping Demon
Zakk Wylde Wah
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#7
Crybaby 535Q, which is pretty much the equivalent of the Dimebag, though i havent been able to fully try it in front of a good setup and distortion, as Im only working with a Digitech Distortion and Peavey Practice SS. It sounds good with my setup though.
#8
get the budda wah. it cuts through and mix and distortion, that was my second choice when i was looking at wahs. it sounds amazing and is quality stuff
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hi, im thinking of buying a wahwah pedal with a budget around 150 bucks. I mainly play my music using moderate to heavy distortion(amp islc30+tubescreamer) so I'm looking for a pedal that sound wel even with heavy distortion.


i'm going through the same thing right now trying to find a wah pedal that can handle high gain and play well with it.


My friend had a zakk wylde wah, which i have to admit was pretty good.
But from what my research has shown me, the zakk wylde one is alright, but in that same category the Dimebag wah is even better

have a look:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Dunlop-DB01-Dime-Crybaby-From-Hell?sku=151011
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Dunlop-ZW45-Zakk-Wylde-Signature-Wah?sku=151021
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#10
I use a Cry Baby original for my distortion wah.
I've never heard it recommended for distortion, but i have to say i love it the way it is. Gives me what i want. That used with Mainly Metal Muff or Bad Monkey distortion infront of my laney Amp.
My input is to say either a cry baby or the Morley