#1
I need to pick up a Noise Gate for my VH100R and got a few questions.

I've narrowed it down to an ISP Decimator and The BOSS NS-2. I've heard the NS-2 Has a little tone suckage but is the Decimator really worth the extra 40 dollars+adapter (the adapter is free with the NS-2).

And about Wahs: I play a lot High Gain stuff but I want some thing versatile enough to cover just about everything. I will try them all but which of these would you recommend:

Ibanez Weeping Demon
Morley Bad Horsie 2
Origional Cry Baby (modded)
Something else ($100-$120)


Thanks
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#2
get the ns-2...
as for wah, i would say the weeping demon, but im thinking of selling mine and getting a dunlop 535q...take a look at that.
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#3
Spend the extra green on an ISP.
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#5
I don't know about the noise suppressers, but do not go with the weeping demon... it sucks. The Crybaby from Hell is awesome for high gain... I'd give that a try
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#6
i've got a weeping demon and love it. it's one of the most versatile wahs on the market. lots of adjustability and the step on step of feature is nice.
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^Any reason to go for the ISP?

Thanks for the help so far
The ISP is more transparent when on and off. Your tone and attack is uneffected. I have an ISP in front of my amp, and a NS-2 in my loop which gets rid of a small amount of hum in the loop.
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