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Re: What's your wah pedal? [Re: KuruPrionz] #3023691 01/15/20 05:59 AM
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Originally Posted by surfergirl

Do you have one of those, surfergirl?


Originally Posted by KuruPrionz
Still gonna fix the Killer Wail too.

Good; best of luck with that!


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Re: What's your wah pedal? [Re: Caevan O'Shite] #3023776 01/15/20 06:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Caevan O'Shite
Originally Posted by surfergirl

Do you have one of those, surfergirl?


Originally Posted by KuruPrionz
Still gonna fix the Killer Wail too.

Good; best of luck with that!


No, I just loved the art work. I just started playing around with my cry baby, and deciding if I even want to use one yet. I'm having trouble with my timing, which is usually not an issue with me. If I do get another wah, it would be on my list. I don't want to buy something just because I like the looks, but all things equal this would be my choice. I don't mind paying a little more for something I like the looks of.




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Re: What's your wah pedal? [Re: KuruPrionz] #3023795 01/15/20 07:17 PM
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Lots of big names using it...


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Re: What's your wah pedal? [Re: KuruPrionz] #3024569 01/19/20 07:22 PM
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My last Dunlop wah pedal was killed at a gig long ago when some MMA fighters were in town and decided to start throwing 300 lbs. oak tables around the room for fun, one landing on my wah and literally bending the metal shell.

Just as well, Voodoo Chile is too trendy now and I don't play in cover bands anymore. I'd prefer a Vox 845 or Teese if it was free.


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Re: What's your wah pedal? [Re: KuruPrionz] #3024591 01/19/20 11:18 PM
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I went to Fulltone about a decade ago after too many others crapped out on me, or didn't have good ergonomics, travel range, or grip. I also like how Fulltone's has a three-way switch for emulating the three most popular wah brands of yore. But I have some almost-wah pedals too (probably all from Fulltone), such as the one that Hendrix used.

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Re: What's your wah pedal? [Re: KuruPrionz] #3025162 01/22/20 11:13 PM
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Today I did my "tour" of the local thrift stores.

Found a Dunlop 150Q, Cry Baby Bass Wah in white. Very nice condition, battery compartment clean.
With tax it was $7.60. Sweetwater wants almost $120 for one.

Just tested it, no issues, fully functional.
For now, that's what wah I use!!! Cheers, Kuru


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Re: What's your wah pedal? [Re: KuruPrionz] #3025216 01/23/20 01:29 AM
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Re: What's your wah pedal? [Re: Scott Fraser] #3025228 01/23/20 02:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Scott Fraser
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Indeed. It has been my experience over and over that if you look, you will find.
I do my tour at least once a week. I don't always find cool stuff, sometimes i find nothing.
My best returns to date - Fresno CA Starvation Army. Bought a Gurian guitar that needed work for $65. Sold it as-is on ebay for nearly $1,300.
And up here in sleepy Bellingham I found a vintage ukulele (Ernest K Kaihi Co went out of business in 1920) for $5. I got $600 for that, as-is (cracked but repairable).

What I love about thrift stores is you don't have to worry about stuff being stolen, crooks do not donate their stolen items to thrift stores.


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Originally Posted by KuruPrionz
Today I did my "tour" of the local thrift stores.

Found a Dunlop 150Q, Cry Baby Bass Wah in white. Very nice condition, battery compartment clean.
With tax it was $7.60. Sweetwater wants almost $120 for one.

Just tested it, no issues, fully functional.
For now, that's what wah I use!!! Cheers, Kuru

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