Your Pedal of Choice : Wah Pedals

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  1. Harker1440

    Harker1440 New Member

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    Everybody has one and they are all great Which one do you claim?

    Ive been running a Fulltone Clyde Delux for 3 years now with its changeable sweep patterns it covers all the ground I need from 70's Funk to a decent vocal recreation to tried and true Metallica type soloing.
     
  2. yankeebulldog

    yankeebulldog I don't like to get that specific

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    I'm liking my new Slash Classic Cry Baby. Was using the Morley Lynch Dragon 2 for a while but the basic tone of the Slash is a little more to my liking, thicker sound that's great with buckers.
     
  3. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    Clyde Deluxe for the past few years. Teese Picture Wah before that.
     
  4. sergiodeblanc

    sergiodeblanc “Evil” Sergio. You can tell by the goatee

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  5. Goldtop

    Goldtop A Top (and Heart) of Gold

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    I've got just a regular Dunlop CryBaby. No signature or anything; just their standard model. I haven't used it in I don't know when. It's packed safely away.

    Goldtop Lloyd
     
  6. vchizzle

    vchizzle Zomb!e Nine, DFZ

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    I'm using the Jerry Cantrell sig. I love the heel down tone more than any I've tried. I wish it had a hair more top end with the toe down though. I think I'm gonna mod my 535Q to be similar with the heel down.
     
  7. Michael B

    Michael B New Member

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    I'm using the Mark Tremonti power wah by morley, I like it...also have the Vox Joe Satriani wah is is nice too
     
  8. geese_com

    geese_com New Member

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    Clyde Deluxe here as well. Killer wah pedal.
     
  9. tdiers

    tdiers New Member

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    I'm using the Morley Tremonti Patriot Power Wah. Same specs a yours just painted different.
     
  10. aduayer

    aduayer Zomb!e One, DFZ

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    I got the Vox one and I like it very much. I wish I could find a store to try out all those Dunlop Signature wha.
     
  11. t.shamone

    t.shamone New Member

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    From the 70's

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  12. Aeetus

    Aeetus New Member

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    Teese Wizard and a Dunlop J.B here.
     
  13. 38Roars

    38Roars Bless the Blues

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    Teese Picture Wah....
     
  14. BostonGuitar

    BostonGuitar Former DGT Club President

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    Early 2000s Vox V848 "reissue" housing with the gunmetal gray bottom and chrome rocker...
    But the VOX stops right there, bucause inside is a drop in kit of ALL electronics from Area 51 that slays the rest...
    Converted it in 2006, it has been tried and true ever since... GREAT tone...
     
  15. south89

    south89 New Member

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    I'vebeen through quite a few and I switch between the Jerry Cantrell wah and the old purple Budda wah . Depending on which pedal board :vroam:
     
  16. hippietim

    hippietim Not a new user...

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    Switchless Dunlop Cry Baby - I hate switched wah's now
     
  17. Mikegarveyblues

    Mikegarveyblues Cream Crackered

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  18. gush

    gush She said "huge bag of dibs".

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    i wore out my cry baby. hated having to rock it forward to activate. using morley now, dont like tone so much, like how it activates. any suggestions? would buy a new one in a heartbeat if i knew what to buy.
     
  19. clcwarlock

    clcwarlock New Member

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    I am using the Jerry Cantrell crybaby, works great for me.
     
  20. hippietim

    hippietim Not a new user...

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    Get the Dunlop switchless wah - they'll also do a number of the other wahs as a switchless model through the custom shop.

    http://www.jimdunlop.com/product/95q-cry-baby-wah-wah
     

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