#1
I mean like Guns N roses, Black sabbath, Ozzy, Iron Maiden, Van Halen, Metallica or what model of wah is best. thanks a ton.
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#2
Dude, I would definitely go for Jim Dunlop wah pedals. Slash, Zakk Wylde, Dimebag and Van Halen all have their own Dunlop endorsed wah pedals. I recently got one and it's pretty good and u get all sorts of different options with them.
#3
No company is best for anything. It's specific models you should be looking at.

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#4
I prefer Morley to Dunlop. I find Dunlop quite weak sounding.

Also check out Vox Wah's, they're meant to be really good. Another is the Ibanez Weeping Demon. I haven't heard this but it's one you should look at.

Avoid the Behringer Wah at all costs.


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#7
RMC is the way to go with wah pedals.
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#8
the only good dunlop(which is an extremely versatile pedal) is the 535q. its not cheap though, but well worth. i had one, then had to sell it. it was an amazing pedal though. check out morley pedals also, i have heard great things about them also
#9
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RMC is the way to go with wah pedals.


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RMCs, are awesome wah pedals, but they are botique

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#11
dunlop 535q would only run you $130 (assuming you're in the states). Vox wahs aren't the best for higher gain stuff, and the weeping demon should be avoided at all times.
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#12
when u guys say the dunlop 535q r u talking bout the multi-wah . plz send post a link. thanks alot
#14
midnight murk please tell me how it is and if it would work with the bands named in the orignial post
#15
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midnight murk please tell me how it is and if it would work with the bands named in the orignial post


It will....i've used one for a couple years now
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#17
ok thanks but just let me knwo how it works in general. like sound quality on each setting with and without distoretion etc. thanks .
#19
The weeping demon is great... i has one

I'm not very good with a wah though
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#20
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The weeping demon is great... i has one

I'm not very good with a wah though


I've never liked the sweep on the WD, that was the first wah I ever bought and always regretted it. It's just felt shoddy, and the wah sweep just never seemed to cut through enough. I did like the auto-manual feature on it, but i never used the auto enough to justify keeping it. But as far as sound goes, i think the Dunlop 535 kills the WD anyday.
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-TS9dx
-EB volume
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