#1
my last one was a dunlop original wah, and i like it, buts its really old and falling apart, so i need a new one. any suggestions? i was thinking a Morley bad horsie??? whats the best in your opinion?
#2
I really like my Morley Bad Horsie but have not played many others excepth the Zach Wylde dunlop which was not that great IMO.
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#3
Morley's(in my experience) have no sweep; if you like the feel of a Crybaby get one that's suited to your style (I.E: 95Q, ZW sig, Classic...), the list goes on.


EDIT: ZW Crybaby is decent, but if you've got lots of cash, go for the Dime wah.
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#4
I've got an Ernie Ball, it's pretty nice. The actual physical sweep of the pedal is a lot wider than others that I've tried (crybabies, etc.) so it's easier to control, and it never gets as harsh and brittle as a crybaby. It cost me almost $200, but it's a really nice pedal.
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#5
I bought the new Ernie Ball wah pedal too, and I love it. I saw a blues saraceno video promoting it on you tube and bought it and am more than impressed with the sweep. Love the green LED.
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#6
If you liked the original, get an original. I personally think it's a great wah, easily outclasses many others, though the Vox V-847A is a bit better.
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#7
ive tried out 2 different wahs recently:
Classic Crybaby
Morley Steve Vai signature wah

IMO, the morley raped the crybaby, mainly because it was cheaper and sounded better. you might go "ew, a signature wah" at first, but after you get past that its smooth sailing
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#8
Either a bad horsie or a Tremonti wah both by Morley. I love my bad horsie but I kinda wish I waited for the shipment for the Tremonti's.

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#10
The 535q is also a good, tweakable wah pedal -- worth checking out to compare.
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my last one was a dunlop original wah, and i like it, buts its really old and falling apart, so i need a new one. any suggestions? i was thinking a Morley bad horsie??? whats the best in your opinion?



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#12
Since i use two wahs in my setup i'd suggest you get dime's signiture wah.
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