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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Hey_Pauly, Sep 30, 2017.
Anyone have experience with this?
And there's the difference to bass chat
For what it's worth: I tried one out, and while I loved both the fuzz sound and the wah sound, when you're rocked all the way back it's filtered down to almost nothing so it's pretty quiet - meaning if you wanted to just play a line and throw the wah on for accent, you'll have to make sure the "back" position you start and end on is at least partway open, or kick the 'off' switch really quickly (since it's not a switchless triggered wah like Morley's other wahs are).
Thanks for sharing your experiences. I am still debating whether I should pick it up. I guess what I need to do is go to the store and try it.
I had one and returned it. I was hoping for the Anesthesia vibe but it didn’t work for me.
I'like the look and sound of the pedal, but I already have a CryBaby wah and several overdrive/fuzz pedals. Is the fuzz before or after the wah effect on this?
Dual Wah VS Burton Wah?
I had one and returned it. I didn't like that I would have to hit two separate (and awkwardly placed) footswitches to turn on the fuzz and wah at the same time. Could work in a looper though, but I think you are better off with separate (and better) fuzz and an auto-on wah like the Morley dual bass wah, or a switcher looper (Joyo makes an affordable one).
Sounded like fuzz>wah
Mix them together, with a compressor, and you get a killer Kill em all vibe
Also, I believe its Wah>Fuzz considering how much the wah takes over the fuzz
I recently picked up a couple of vintage Power Wah Boosts, and that is what you want for the Cliff tone, hands down. The boost circuit comes before the Wah, and is what gives it the dramatic, edgy, screaming effect. The high voltage circuit is also key to getting the headroom and output. Such a cool pedal.
I think I'm in the right place. I am new to effects and distortion pedals and equipment.
What makes Burton's Bass sound like it does in "For Whom the bell tolls"
What the guy above you said... fuzz into wah to get the over the top effect is how I’ve found it work. I’ve used various fuzz and a weeping demon wah to get close, not going to get exact but sounds good enough.
Thank you for your info. Im not looking to get the exact sound he had, just a sound base that I’ll tweak here or there. I imagine that, electronics, strings and other couple of things have a say On the final sound of the bass right?
Yep agreed, a google search should come up with what Cliff used pretty easily.
Vintage Morley Power Wah Boost.
I used it after and it sounded great.
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