Best Wah Wah pedal

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  1. mmcquain

    mmcquain V.I.P. Member

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    +1 on the Budda Wah

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  2. Darkburst

    Darkburst Senior Member

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    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.
     
  3. odin69

    odin69 Senior Member

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    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.
     
  4. SlyStrat

    SlyStrat Senior Member

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    I actually sold the Teese wah.
    I prefer my Jerry Cantrell Cry Baby.
     
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  6. Marshall & Moonshine

    Marshall & Moonshine Senior Member

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    The fulltone is probably a future classic, but....uhhh....
    You're a little late to this party.....
    ;)
    Welcome to MLP!
    :cheers2:
     
  7. X–Ray

    X–Ray Cowbell by Misadventure Premium Member

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    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....
     
  8. GibsonKramer

    GibsonKramer The Three G's Premium Member

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    X–Ray Cowbell by Misadventure Premium Member

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    I like the smaller size (20% according to the specs)
     
  10. Marshall & Moonshine

    Marshall & Moonshine Senior Member

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    I heard my friends kid play his mini Dunlop crybaby and it sounds pretty good.
     
  11. TM1

    TM1 Senior Member

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    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!
     
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    djsuckapunch Senior Member

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    bum Senior Member

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    I have a Cry Baby now and would prefer a true bypass pedal with a LED status light, what are my options?
    Thanks :)
     
  14. FUS44

    FUS44 Senior Member

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    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.
     
  15. drugprowlingwolf

    drugprowlingwolf Senior Member

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    My RMC has a really nice sweep and tone. Plays nice with humbuckers/p90s/fuzz too
     
  16. nitrodave08

    nitrodave08 Senior Member

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    started off with the GCB95F, then the 535Q but now I love the CBM95 mini-wah.
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