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Discussion in 'Pedals' started by 2001standard, Dec 31, 2011.
+1 on the Budda Wah
I've tried many Dunlop and Vox models as well as Wilson and Area 51. My pic for 'classic' wah tones in the RMC4 Picture Wah. Really you have to try a bunch and keep the one you like the best.
I really like the sound of my JB wah. However, it doesn't feel as sturdy as my old Dunlop wah that I bought almost 15 years ago.
I actually sold the Teese wah.
I prefer my Jerry Cantrell Cry Baby.
There is no such a thing as best wah wah pedal ...But if I have to pick in terms of raw customizability and features - definitely Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah!
The fulltone is probably a future classic, but....uhhh....
You're a little late to this party.....
Welcome to MLP!
About a month ago I added an Xotic XW-1 wah to my collection and it's on my pedal board - I'm loving it
It does everything my favorite wah (Vox Clyde McCoy reissue) does, plus LOTS more
Very inspiring and tempting to over-wah myself with it
Highly recommend for those so inclined or at least worth checking out....
I like the smaller size (20% according to the specs)
I heard my friends kid play his mini Dunlop crybaby and it sounds pretty good.
Early 70's Maestro Boomerang BG2! Shaft Baby! Also early Cry Baby's with the .22 caps replaced with .1's and has a Stack O'Dime's inductor. Talk about Tone, clarity and vocal sound... It's got it!
I have a Cry Baby now and would prefer a true bypass pedal with a LED status light, what are my options?
I use ye old chrome top Vox. It gets nasty and can be like a foot controlled phaser, not to mention the notched sounds.
I don't hear any tone robbery.
My RMC has a really nice sweep and tone. Plays nice with humbuckers/p90s/fuzz too
started off with the GCB95F, then the 535Q but now I love the CBM95 mini-wah.