#1
Hey guys, here's my gear to be
PGM301
GH100L
Laney Cab

Im looking for a

Reverb- To give those slow solos more emotion

Wah wah - Hendrix style / Satriani - Weeping Demon/ Cry baby / Bad Horsie?

Chorus?- The kind of tone Hammet get's in the Fade to Black verse

Thank you I'm looking at £100 maximum per pedal
#2
i like the vox wah if you could stretch it then the dunlop 535q might be better as you can adjust lots of stuff on it, but for a good classic wah sound the vox is great IMO
#3
The Mark Tremonti power wah is amazzzzzzzing, and it's switchless with electro optical circuitry.
Proud owner of:
1981 Carvin X100B
1987 Strat Plus w/ DiMarzios
BBE Main Squeeze
Boss CE-5
Boss DD-7
Morley Mark Tremonti Power Wah
#5
Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb
Vox McCoy Wah
Electro Harmonix Chorus (which one depends on how much versatility/adjustability you want)
My Rig
>MIM Fender Stratocaster and SX SJM-62
>various magicial noise boxes
>Peavey Classic 50 212

For the funk:
>Ibanez ATK300
>Acoustic B100
#6
Quote by red star
Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb
Vox McCoy Wah
Electro Harmonix Chorus (which one depends on how much versatility/adjustability you want)


haha that is exactly what i'd recommend. TS found bad reviews for the holy grail but IMO it sounds great... anyone wanna back me up?
#7
Id get a Holy Grail Plus. If you can afford it, a Gig-FX Mega wah or a Clyde McCoy if your on a smaller budget. As for a chorus, try a Boss or a Visual Sound Liquid Chorus.
#8
Can you tell me why nobody has suggested a cry baby and how comes you'd suggest a Clyde McCoy over a Vox V847
#9
your £100 price limit may be why - crybabys dont get good until after that price. the standard GCB-95 is in my opinion truly awful
#10
Reverb: EHX Holy Grail
Wah: Tremonti Morley
Chorus: Boss Ensemble
Gear:

07 Gibson LP Vintage Mahogany
90-91 Fender MIJ '62 Reissue Strat
Fender Acoustic/Electric
Marshall TSL601 Combo
Crybaby Wah
Ibanez TS-9
Boss Tu-2
#11
Quote by Leper_Messiah_
Reverb: EHX Holy Grail
Wah: Tremonti Morley
Chorus: Boss Ensemble


I have the ensemble too, as well as the Tremonti. This man is genius.
Proud owner of:
1981 Carvin X100B
1987 Strat Plus w/ DiMarzios
BBE Main Squeeze
Boss CE-5
Boss DD-7
Morley Mark Tremonti Power Wah
#13
Quote by sharpy1


Avoid it. If you want Jimis wah tone, get a Vox Wah. He didnt use a crybaby, he used a vox.
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#15
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Avoid it. If you want Jimis wah tone, get a Vox Wah. He didnt use a crybaby, he used a vox.



this.

IMO the vox is the best all-rounder
#19
v847 is crap with gain IMO

535q all the way
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#20
don't particularly like wah wah with tones of gain, highest I'd go is sweet child of mine / surfing with the alien
#21
thats high gain enough

my GBC-95 sounds better than my mates VOX at any sort of gain.

i'd say the vox is better at low gain but in all honesty, the 95 is fine
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