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Can anyone tell me how what this is called?

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TheAmericanBrit  
15 Nov 2008 13:59 | Quote
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The result I'm looking for is kinda like a muted wah effect. It kinda sounds like, "Waka waka". I think Slash used it in "Sweet Child O'Mine". You can hear it during the "Where do we go.....where do we go now?" pause during the song.

Ozzfan486  
15 Nov 2008 14:32 | Quote
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Its just a muted Wah sound out of a Marshall using a Gibson Les Paul, no other pedals but a crybaby is what he used if I remember correctly.

So you need - A Les Paul, a Crybaby, and a Marshall.....uhhmmmmm Christmas is next month if that helps?
TheAmericanBrit  
15 Nov 2008 14:57 | Quote
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Maybe if I add up the next 3 Christmas', lol.
Ozzfan486  
15 Nov 2008 16:48 | Quote
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haha. yeah.
EMB5490  
15 Nov 2008 17:24 | Quote
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get a wah, and put it forward and do tht, when u strum push it forward, when you dont move it back.
sixtiesguy  
16 Nov 2008 06:40 | Quote
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@T.A.B

Just had a look at 'Sweet child....' on utube. The 'waka-waka' sound is created when he depresses his cry baby over timing strokes.
telecrater  
16 Nov 2008 06:44 | Quote
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You can get that tone without a Gibson LP or a Marshall half stack thought it will sound different. try using a guitar with humbuckers and a high gain amp settings but the wah is a must.

Wah's are fun to play with but though to master.


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