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Afro_Raven  
3 Dec 2007 05:18 | Quote
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This is kinda similar to tAUG's post but I am looking at getting a new wah for Xmas. I have a standard crybaby, but want something with a much fatter sound and a larger sweep range. A couple of pedals have been suggested: Steve Vai Bad Horsie (Morley), Dunlop Crybaby 535Q, Dimebag signature crybaby from hell...

Any knowledge/ideas/opinions would be great.

Cheers guys,

Afro
iqo_riffai  
3 Dec 2007 05:50 | Quote
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chek out zakk wylde's signature crybaby
tc merry Xmas..
blackholesun  
3 Dec 2007 06:27 | Quote
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Check out the Boss PW-10. Has loads of wah presets and is programmable so you can use as large a sweep range as you want.

http://www.bosscorp.co.jp/products/en/PW-10/index.html

http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/pw-10/3077

Guitarslinger124  
3 Dec 2007 12:53 | Quote
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i got the ibanez weeping demon...and it has a huge ranges which includes-three tone controls, a soft range adjuster, and you can set the pedal for high or low frequencies which is a really great feature....the wah isnt all that great when playing with a clean tone...but when youre all cranked up for some heavy metal this is the best!
Tilikidis  
3 Dec 2007 23:18 | Quote
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i've heard good things about the slash signature wah pedal. havent tried it myself though so i cant give you any insight on it but i'd check it out if i were you. cheers
Afro_Raven  
4 Dec 2007 11:38 | Quote
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Cheers guys, I'll have a look at all of them...anyone got any more ideas?

Afro
Guitarslinger124  
4 Dec 2007 21:01 | Quote
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go to a sam ash or guitar center and try out every single pedal they have to offer!
thedeadlysonicarts  
6 Dec 2007 18:30 | Quote
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If you like the crybaby sound but want more options, I recommend the crybaby 535q, not only does it do tonal adjustments, but db boost controls as well. ultimately though, you're probably gonna have to try out a bunch to find the one you like.
league  
7 Dec 2007 16:42 | Quote
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The Crybaby 535Q is pretty cool.I reccomend you crank your amp or a store amp real loud to try the Wah.Do they have Guitar center in the UK?
blackwolfrising  
8 Dec 2007 12:28 | Quote
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I like the ex-7 from digitech and the Ibanez weeping demon WD7 they are both very good with a wide range.
Notim  
8 Dec 2007 18:14 | Quote
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I dont understand why you need one?
chcrush27  
5 Jan 2008 23:36 | Quote
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I have a Line 6 Distortion Rig that goes well with the wah has a decent sweep range can't use it on bypass though.


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