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RE: Wah-ever...

I really like the Boss V-Wah. I know it is digital, but the Wah effects are
great for recording and live. Plus there is a Uni-Vibe effect on it that
completely kicks arse. I get comments from musicians in the audience all 
time - "What were you using to get that AMAZING Leslie sound?"

But the best thing about the V-Wah for me is the Infra-Red mechanism. No
having to deal with dirty potentiometers and so forth. This was a big pain
for me because I hate working on effects pedals.

It is the typical "solid" boss construction too. Super rugged.

Hope that helps,

Don Mak

-----Original Message-----
From: Legion [mailto:legion@helpwantedproductions.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, May 17, 2005 1:25 PM
To: analogue@hyperreal.org; Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Wah-ever...

I'm looking to get a nice sounding wah-wah pedal. This would mostly be for
greasy overdrive guitar playing but it would be great if it could double
as a good effect on drums machines and such as well. true bypass is a must
outside fo that I'm open to trying new things.

Was looking at the Ibanez "Demon" thingie which has unfortunate marketing
but apparently good sound.

Also there the tech 21 and the new Boss COSM one (not too keen on digital
emulations but again I'm open to hearing views)

As a data point the standard Crybaby ain't cutting it and again true
bypass would be nice.

Any/all suggestions appreciated!

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