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what about a crybaby?
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#3
Depends

How much gain will you be using with it?
How wide a sweep range do you need?

My best options would for you to get a used Dunlop crybaby and mod the shit out of it, or get a Vox V847 wah
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Quote by Highwaytohell
Depends

How much gain will you be using with it?
How wide a sweep range do you need?

My best options would for you to get a used Dunlop crybaby and mod the shit out of it, or get a Vox V847 wah

That's pretty much it.

I went for a Crybaby and modded it, sounds a hell of a lot better, and it's really, really easy.

Then again, if you wont use much gain, and play a lot of classic rock and blues and such, a Vox V847 would be the way to go, and it can be modded too.
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#6
used crybaby - 40-60$ (depending on the condition)
Fasel inductor - 20$ max (you can prolly get them cheaper on eBay)
Other capacitors/resisotors/MODs - 20$
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used crybaby - 40-60$ (depending on the condition)
Fasel inductor - 20$ max (you can prolly get them cheaper on eBay)
Other capacitors/resisotors/MODs - 20$

Cost me around £1 to get all of the components I wanted for my mods.

Unless of course, you can't get your hands on a soldering iron and some solder.
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#9
I got an Ibanez Weeping Demon for $100. Great wah pedal with lots of features. I especially like using the spring mode where the pedal will automatically go back up like Steve Vai's pedal. It sounds pretty good too, a lot to EQ with and supports the normal wah style of course.
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#10
I got a vox v847 on ebay for $50 that already had a true bypass mod done to it.
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Quote by Khoifish321
I got an Ibanez Weeping Demon for $100. Great wah pedal with lots of features. I especially like using the spring mode where the pedal will automatically go back up like Steve Vai's pedal. It sounds pretty good too, a lot to EQ with and supports the normal wah style of course.


if you want a wah that turn off automatically, get a used morley. IMO, the Demon sucks. the old Ibanez wah (WH-10, i think)is used my John Frusciante and sounds excellent. but those go fer 150+ on the used market.

like i said, get a used wah and 20$ worth of mod stuff, like multiple resestors on the vocal point of the wah to make it like a 535Q. the wah circuit is actually pretty simple when you look at it.
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#13
I recommend the Bad Horsie if you play metal. It might be a tad bit noisy though, but it has a huge cut in comparison to most wahs.
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There vox and crybaby are both very easy to mod. Mines got a midboost switch, adjustable gain, adjustable voiceing, truebypass, and has a momentary switch in the treddle so it will turn on or off automatic.
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Quote by Khoifish321
I got an Ibanez Weeping Demon for $100. Great wah pedal with lots of features. I especially like using the spring mode where the pedal will automatically go back up like Steve Vai's pedal. It sounds pretty good too, a lot to EQ with and supports the normal wah style of course.

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