#1
I've never used a Wah before, so can you suggest a good one to start off with. I already have a Boss OS-2 and a Cube Street, and it'll be going through a honer mx and an Alden Reso. I can't really think of any wah styles. Maybe Hendrix, Hetfield, and Thin Lizzy. Thanks alot.
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#2
I like the Ibanez Weeping Demon. It has an adjustable range which is very useful.
#3
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I like the Ibanez Weeping Demon. It has an adjustable range which is very useful.

Same sorta. I have a Digitech GNX processor which has it's own adjustable wah. When I need to use the whammy or something I use my Cry Baby (which I got as a present).

I know I'm being difficult to read, so: Go for the Demon, or something else adjustable.
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#4
If you're not looking for anything specific a standard Crybaby or Vox would probably suit you fine.
#5
just bought myself a real McCoy wah 2, expensive, but worth every penny!
#6
I have a morley bad horsie 2 that has a spring and an auto off switch. Even though I remove the spring lolol.