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  • Best Auto-Wah pedal.....

    I've been doing a Reggae gig for the past 5 years.
    I like the music & I Iike playing Reggae, it's fun.
    I use a 2004 Roland JC-120 as my primary amp.
    Guitars used are Custom Shop Strats & Teles.
    I own a KILLER pedal board, all true bypass pedals.
    All I need is a KILLER Auto-Wah pedal.
    I need something that "POPS" when I hit the strings.
    Any and all suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
    Respect
    Bernardo Gui
    "I don't flatten my 5th's..........I drink em !"
    "The Mighty Telecaster: The "Polygraph" Of Electric Guitars!"

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    I don't know about "best", but clearly the most famous and desired auto-wah pedal (also called an 'envelope filter') is the Mu-Tron III.

    It's the original and most famous envelope filter, the original was first produced in the 70s. I think a working vintage unit can go for $300 or more. There are plenty of modern clones and 'work-alikes' out there too.

    My only hands-on experience with an auto-wah pedal is my Ibanez SB-7 "synth bass" pedal, it's terrible.

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    • #3
      See if you like this. Modern footprint real estate friendly


      Mad Professor Snow White Auto Wah/Envelope Filter Guitar

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      • #4
        Kelley makes one too.


        Last edited by Mikeo; 08-25-2018, 02:55 PM.
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        • #5
          My favorite envelope filter has probably been the Electro-Harmonix Q-Tron+ (original big box version, just because) which was designed by Mike Beigel, the designer who made the MuTron. But the EHX Riddle and Enigma are also fantastic for more flexible control and a smaller footprint.

          My favorite modulated wah has always been the Electro-Harmonix Worm (again, the original big box version, just because), though the reissue has expression control and a smaller footprint.

          But I find myself syncing everything to a clock these days... so I get more mileage lately using an Electro-Harmonix HOG2 in filter mode controlled by an Electro-Harmonix 8-step Sequencer.

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          • #6
            This is one of the best auto-wah I heard and it's very simple in use
            https://www.sweetwater.com/store/det...ixed-wah-pedal
            But if You need something great and classik, I can recommend You this Boss
            https://musicsquare.co.uk/105657_BOS...tar-pedal.html

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