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i might order a wah wah pedal but i have no clue whats cheap and good but not too cheapxD. thx guys!
#3
Vox V847

EDIT: Wait. What type of music do you play?
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#6
Well, the Vox isn't really going to do shit for metal. It's really only for lighter classic rock to modern rock....

I'd go with the original Crybaby.
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#7
Quote by god13g
i might order a wah wah pedal but i have no clue whats cheap and good but not too cheapxD. thx guys!


dammit you're like the 5th one today......give us a monetary budget. how much $$$ do you have to spend? dont use "expensive" and "cheap" as deciding factors because those are all subjective to different people.
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#8
When it comes to wah's, I've found you get what you pay for...I've yet to find a "steal," a good pedal at a cheap price.

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#9
^The only real steal out there for wah pedals is to buy a stock Crybaby and mod it.

It's hard to cover that many genres on a strict budget, so maybe you should mod a Crybaby. I would never suggest a regular, stock crybaby for any genre, but modified, maybe it can suit your needs on a budget.

But shredhead is right, we can make better suggestions if we have a tangible budget to work with.
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anyone know a site with directions as to how modding a crybaby ?
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#12
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If you want really cheap, Original crybaby. But is sucks unless you mod it so...

I'd say go with one too - Was down to a choice between a GCB65 crybaby and a weeping demon - I made the right one, and it handles capable amounts of distortion well too.
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#13
nice thx guys for the help im going with the Original crybaby and modding it
#14
I hope all goes well.
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