#1
i can't decide weather to get the snarling dog bootsy collins signature wah pedal or the cry baby 105Q wah pedal, im leaning towards the bootsy collins witch comes w/ fuz that can be turned off (altough im buying a pedal mainly for wah) but i havent decided yet any suggestions on witch to get?
#2
I like my bootsy wah, but I will say: don't expect that fuzz to be like a dedicated fuzz pedal. It is over the top, and trying to adjust it pretty much does nothing. Also, the presence of the wah is greatly reduced when the fuzz in engaged.

The cry baby has a "q dial" which lets you control the sweep of the wah more precicely, while the bootsy only has a three way switch for selecting the frequencies covered by the wah. So tweakability v. convenience there.

All that said, I won't be selling or trading my bootzilla anytime soon.
#3
I owned the bootzilla pedal, great sound and effect, but it gets worn out pretty quick after continuous use.
#5
if you've never purchased or used a wah before definitely go with the crybaby. Straight forward and great sound
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#6
k sweet thx for the info. i think im gonna go w/ the crybaby just straight forward wah... what i need
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k sweet thx for the info. i think im gonna go w/ the crybaby just straight forward wah... what i need


Have you considered the Morley Dual Bass Wah?
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#8
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Have you considered the Morley Dual Bass Wah?



Get that, I prefer the Morley Pedal much more.
#10
At this point, I'm pretty sure it would be beneficial for TS to get some sound bytes. Little research never hurt nobody.

...That being said, I'm not doing the research. I'm lazy.
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