#1
Hey dudes, I got my first pedal today, a Digitech Bad Monkey and I'm loving it, and pedal buying is addicting, I really want to broaden my tonal possibilities and start buying more effects I like.

Is the Dunlop 535q wah a good choice to look at? I won't be playing heavy music with it, I like how RHCP and Slash uses wah's so thats what I'll be going for to mess around with I guess. Thanks! Godbless.
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#2
i would just get the classic crybaby if your not going to play heavy.
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#3
If you want a bit of variety and would like to try out a few wah pedals, check out the Weeping Demon.

I found it to be versatile as anything I have tried, a lot more options, and built like a tank.

Give it a try if you can.
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#4
may I suggest the Slash signature cry baby?
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#6
I myself really love my Dunlop 95Q. A clickless wah, you just have to step on it and go.
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#7
The 535q is a very good choice, very customizable.
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#8
the slash signature wah is amazing, it's really just a 535q on crack.

if you want versatility and an amazing sound, trust me, get the 535q. don't look anywhere else.
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#9
I'm probably going to want versatility because I'm just experiencing and stuff, I don't have like a set genre.. So the 535Q?
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Quote by tr3nt
I'm probably going to want versatility because I'm just experiencing and stuff, I don't have like a set genre.. So the 535Q?


535Q is a good choice and does handle higher gain well, but for a lower blusey feel check out some VOX wahs
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#11
Isn't the Dunlop Dimebag Signature just about the most versatile Wah ever made? I know John Frusciante used it on Stadium Arcadium, as well as this Ibanez Wah they don't make any more.
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#12
I dont' want to pay more for signature wahs. ;\
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Isn't the Dunlop Dimebag Signature just about the most versatile Wah ever made? I know John Frusciante used it on Stadium Arcadium, as well as this Ibanez Wah they don't make any more.


the dime wah is pretty much just a 535q with a redneck paintjob
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#14
Quote by Strat_Monkey
Isn't the Dunlop Dimebag Signature just about the most versatile Wah ever made? I know John Frusciante used it on Stadium Arcadium, as well as this Ibanez Wah they don't make any more.

They still make the Ibanez Weeping Demon, still listed on the Ibanez web site, check it out if you can.
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They still make the Ibanez Weeping Demon, still listed on the Ibanez web site, check it out if you can.



Um, he is talking about the WH-10 which is not made anymore. And, I would look into some more high end wahs trent, like fulltone and RMC. I own an RMC 6 and it kicks ass.
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#16
I use the Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah and its pretty good... but sincerely only the upper range of the wah is really nice, when you go all the way down its just too much noise, but really you should go to a guitar store and plug in several wahs and fool a couple of hours.
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#17
Quote by Strat_Monkey
Isn't the Dunlop Dimebag Signature just about the most versatile Wah ever made? I know John Frusciante used it on Stadium Arcadium, as well as this Ibanez Wah they don't make any more.


The most versatile wah is the RMC3 hands down. its 255. if you dont want to pay that much go for the 535Q
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