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> Slash Wah Wah Pedal, compared to a standard cry baby
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post Oct 28 2007, 07:31 PM
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gday mates,

just wondering if anyone has heard the differences between the standard jim dunlop cry baby and the slash signature wah.......i mainly just want to know if there is much difference between em?


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post Oct 28 2007, 07:48 PM
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The Slash Wah is a 2in1 Pedal. It is a WahWah with Slashs signature sound(which is pretty much the standard crybaby sound fattend up a little) and an overdrive to boost the lead sound. I think it's a good wah but the overdrive isn't worth the money. You can get a far better sound with a regular overdrive from boss or ibanez. And also it is hard to activate cause the switch for the OD is on the side of the wahwah.

My advice: get yourself a standard crybaby because its much cheaper or get yourself a Zakk Wylde Crybaby which sounds even better than the Slash signature ( compare them at a musicstore if possible)


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post Oct 28 2007, 07:57 PM
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QUOTE (ZakkWylde @ Oct 29 2007, 04:48 AM) *
The Slash Wah is a 2in1 Pedal. It is a WahWah with Slashs signature sound(which is pretty much the standard crybaby sound fattend up a little) and an overdrive to boost the lead sound. I think it's a good wah but the overdrive isn't worth the money. You can get a far better sound with a regular overdrive from boss or ibanez. And also it is hard to activate cause the switch for the OD is on the side of the wahwah.

My advice: get yourself a standard crybaby because its much cheaper or get yourself a Zakk Wylde Crybaby which sounds even better than the Slash signature ( compare them at a musicstore if possible)


cheers mate.......i already have meself a standard crybaby but being the avid slash fan that i am im always looking for that slash tone and was wondering if it was much different to the standard that i have.........but cheers for the advice i wont worry about gettin it wink.gif


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