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    Your Pedal of Choice : Wah Pedals

    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.

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

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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.

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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.

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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
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    Clyde Deluxe here as well. Killer wah pedal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael B View Post
    I'm using the Mark Tremonti power wah by morley, I like it...also have the Vox Joe Satriani wah is is nice too
    I'm using the Morley Tremonti Patriot Power Wah. Same specs a yours just painted different.
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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.

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    From the 70's


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    Teese Wizard and a Dunlop J.B here.

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    Teese Picture Wah....

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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...
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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
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    Switchless Dunlop Cry Baby - I hate switched wah's now
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    Got the bog standard Dunlop Wah which is merely OK.

    Wouldn't mind the Joe Bonamassa wah though.

    I'm a JB fan but it's the features and look that attract me.

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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.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by gush View Post
    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.
    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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