#1
Hey

looking for a wah

It will be played through a fender blues junior - ibanez ts9 - (possibly a fuzz face) -guitar

I hear about the vox v847 but that hasn't got true bypass and apparently is very bad with distortion.

I play blues from things like muddy waters and john lee hooker through to srv and jimi hendrix.

Would the budda wah be better for what im after
#2
Although I love my Vox, the budda would probably be a better idea.
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#3
If you can get a Budda, you could probably get a Fulltone Clyde. The Standard is the exact same specs as the old Vox wah, which is what Jimi and SRV used, and the Deluxe is the Standard, but with two other wah modes.
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#4
The Budda Wah is very nice, but personally I would get an RMC instead.
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#5
I know where i can get a budda for something like £90 and i cant find the fulltone anywhere for under £160.

Anyone know a place where i can try these out, im in england
#6
Oright, the Budda would probably be the next best thing. You ought to try one out first, no idea where from.
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#9
It's not a good idea to buy something without trying it is it?

Can it handle gain?

Is it good for what i play?
#10
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It's not a good idea to buy something without trying it is it?

Can it handle gain?

Is it good for what i play?

It's not a good idea.

So don't ask, go find one.
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#11
To me it sounds pretty similar to the vox, like a 'hi-fi' version of it almost. If you only want to spend £90 go with the Vox, they're well built and sound excellent for blues. The buffered bypass on them is fine, they really don't suck tone like people'd have you believe. Also, there's tons of easy mods for them online - true bypass being one of them.
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To me it sounds pretty similar to the vox, like a 'hi-fi' version of it almost. If you only want to spend £90 go with the Vox, they're well built and sound excellent for blues. The buffered bypass on them is fine, they really don't suck tone like people'd have you believe. Also, there's tons of easy mods for them online - true bypass being one of them.


ok, but I've found a budda for £90
#13
if youre using fuzz, you might want to look into an rmc, maybe rmc2, they have a fuzz friendly circuit so theres no unwanted noise
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ok, but I've found a budda for £90

Corrr, where?
#15
try a morley power wah
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try a morley power wah

That and the Budda wah are in a totally different league IMO.
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