#1
Hey. I'm lookin at wah pedals on ebay right now and I wasn't sure about this wah pedal. I was going to get a cry baby but after looking at the reviews on Harmony Central, then looking at my bank account I figured this could be a good alternative for a year or two when I have more money.

Anyone have experience, opinions or advice on this wah?
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Danelectro Metal. Digitech Bad Monkey, Digitech CF-7, Crybaby Wah, Danelectro EQ.
#2
go with the crybaby. i own one and it is very reliable and and it is able to produce a lot of wah sounds ranging from metal to blues.
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#3
I got a Lyon wah. It really suxx. It has a pitiful range, the sweep is bad, and mine squeaks. Get a Crybaby. At least you can mod it and make it sound better.
#4
Go for a used one to save some cash.
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#5
aren't they from Target...?
i used to be a mod, then i took an arrow in the knee.
#6
hhaha yah I think they are. I was probably not going to get it, but if it was almost as good I wanted to save a few bucks. I'm basically broke now, but I guess 60-70 bucks wont hurt.
Epiphone Les Paul (Modded with 2 passive pickups and an EMG81)
Yamaha RG guitar w/ Floyd Rose
Rogue Acoustic

BlackHeart BH5 Tube Amp


Danelectro Metal. Digitech Bad Monkey, Digitech CF-7, Crybaby Wah, Danelectro EQ.
#7
Quote by mikeyElite
aren't they from Target...?



Yeah I'm pretty sure they're from Target or Wal Mart.
#9
Get a used CB original for $40ish. You can't really change the tone much, but it gets the job done for those on a budget. AND there is a million different ways to mod it to sound better.
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