#1
I'm going to buy a wah pedal (Dunlop GCB 95f) and I want to know if it is a pretty easy task to push it down. I will have a hurt leg and probably won't be able to bend it for a while. But I really need to use this wah, and can I do it sitting down? Or does it take a lot of leg strength to do it? If all else fails, I will have to use my left leg. Thanks a bunch
#2
Quote by Taxi_06
I'm going to buy a wah pedal (Dunlop GCB 95f) and I want to know if it is a pretty easy task to push it down. I will have a hurt leg and probably won't be able to bend it for a while. But I really need to use this wah, and can I do it sitting down? Or does it take a lot of leg strength to do it? If all else fails, I will have to use my left leg. Thanks a bunch



i have the same one and its pretty annoying to turn it on sitting down

sorry to hear about your leg, what happened?

TG
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#3
Morley for the win.

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Morley for the win.

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Definately a Bad Horsie II Contour Wah.
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Definately a Bad Horsie II Contour Wah.

Indeed. I love mine, wide range. That's my thing against cry babies wahs they don't seem to have a wide range.
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#8
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Yeah get the Morley or an Ibanez Weeping demon so you don't have to click it which takes a little bit of effort when sitting.

ibanez weeping demons suck.

wanna buy mine?
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#10
Quote by kool98769
ibanez weeping demons suck.

wanna buy mine?


You obviously don't play anything heavy? The WD is the best wah for hard rock and metal that I've heard

Besides, Herman Ri uses the WD-7 so that should say enough
#11
I had a problem getting my crybaby to turn on and off.(I weigh very little, and this couldn't apply alot of pressure to it.) So I tore the little rubber feet off the thing. Works wonders.
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#12
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i have the same one and its pretty annoying to turn it on sitting down

sorry to hear about your leg, what happened?

TG



I'll be having surgery right before thanksgiving....

I'm going to the music shop sometime this week to order my pedal, so I am happy about that. I guess I'll just have to use it sitting down for a while.... I think I'll be fine
#13
Quote by i_am_metalhead
You obviously don't play anything heavy? The WD is the best wah for hard rock and metal that I've heard

Besides, Herman Ri uses the WD-7 so that should say enough

apparently you haven't heard the WD then.
Because it's definitely not a good wah at all. It has a bad sweep, horrible bypass, and is extremely trebly after 1/4 of the way forward. i'm confident i could make dogs howl with the damn thing.
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#14
You can adjust the height of the switch by adjusting the top and bottom nuts on the switch barrel. You don't have to remove the rubber pads. If you adjust it high it will be easier to switch on and off, but it will also be easier to accidentally switch it while your working the treadle.
#15
yeah....I bought a WD7..liked it at first then wasnt too sure, lotsa controls but i dunno

Sweep seemed small no matter what, always thought there was no inbetweeny bit (lol)
So i gave it to my bassist, sounds bitchin' now when he uses it.

I never feckin used it anyways,

Im all into pedals that give you tone from the go, that you just leave on for the gig
Hence my sig, sittin on top of my head i've got a decimator a EQ and a TS9

Thinking about a comp too, for a laugh
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