#1
I'm looking to buy a wah pedal/stompbox because I'm in jazz band and we do some funk songs and such, but I'm not sure if I want a Dunlop GCB 95 Original Crybaby or a Behringer UW300 Auto Wah? I really love the sound of the Dunlop, but I'm not sure I have the skill to make the pedal sound right. I need a pedal that is under 50 or 60 dollars, I don't really have that much money. Thanks
#5
I've never tried an auto-wah, but I've only heard bad things about them.

Havn't heard anything bad about Dunlop wahs.
#6
A normal wah is better becasue obviously you can control the wah yourself.

I have a standard dunlop crybaby and i think its pretty dull. I would try out a range of wahs, Dunlop, morley, vox et and see which you like best.
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
#7
Quote by Alopikal
I've never tried an auto-wah, but I've only heard bad things about them.

Havn't heard anything bad about Dunlop wahs.

theres a reason for that, wahs > auto wahs
basic dunlop wahs do have too much treble bite though, just my opinion though
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be the music, not the scene
#9
Both.

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Seriously, though. Autowahs are useful for one thing, wahs for another. If you want to see a really good use of autowah, check out "Unring the Bell" by Gov't Mule. It's a great song.

If you've only got enough cash for one, though, get the wah. I like the Vox wahs more than the Crybabies, but if you want to modify it I'd suggest an Original Crybaby.