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Tips & Techniques:Elec Gtr - Reverse wah fx

oldie but a goodie
ok..had to give some kinda tip..
plug your guitar lead into the OUTPUT of your wahwah and plug the INPUT of your wah into your amp...works best with les paul type pickup selectors turn one volume down on the guitar engage the wah and flick the pickup toggle...an oldie but a goodie best used by Rage Against The Machine..you know the one.

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Created by imaverysoundman, 9th January 2008 at 02:31 AM
Last edited by mw, 27th March 2012 at 03:05 PM
Last comment by CrankyRayHanky on 23rd January 2008 at 03:09 PM
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Old 9th January 2008
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What make of Wah is used for that Effect?

My Morley doesn't do the trick..?
Old 10th January 2008
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hey pan,
i had a dunlop crybaby..sorry,should have specified that
tris....
Old 11th January 2008
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You should add it to your Tip!

Cheers, Niko
Old 11th January 2008
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how do i get in to edit it...jules?????
Old 22nd January 2008
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I get the tip... but what does it sound like? I don't have a wah to try it on at the moment. But fill me in.
Old 23rd January 2008
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it creates a type of feedback (kinda whhoooping)that can be toggled on/off using the pickup selector...
tris...
Old 23rd January 2008
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Cant you edit it?
Old 23rd January 2008
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Exclamation

nothing from my Dunlop Bass Wah
Jimi Dunlop gives a little sound, but not enough...
I can't believe I don't have an original Dunlop anymore!
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