OK, here was my wah dilemma: I've owned the following great wahs in my time on the planet: A 60s Vox, back in the 60s and 70s; A Teese Picture Wah: A Budda wah; and finally a Fulltone Clyde Deluxe. All had very good sound. My old vox...well, that's a long gone memory. The Teese was great on solos, maybe had a little too much of the classic vomit sound for chording; the Budda great on OD, less so on clean; the Fulltone was terrific, but none of the three positions was exactly what I was looking for, i.e., all close, but no cigar exactly, however it was my favorite modern wah to date. And all were sold. I was wah-less for several months. So this past weekend, I was at GC to help my son pick up his new amp, and on a recommendation, I took home a Dunlop Dime wah to try out. It was ok. Maybe I had a bad one, but it didn't approach my old wahs tonally. A day of experimenting left me feeling unsatisfied. Yet I didn't want to (a) spend well over 200 clams, and (b) get something I already before. So I took the Dime back, and said, "What else ya got?" They were out of Vox pedals, so I took home a Dunlop 535Q. At first, again, it was merely ok. I dialed it in a little. Better. Then I tried something else. Better still. On the third try, I found IT. Exactly, I mean exactly, the tone I had been looking for. Closer to the Fulltone in terms of less vomit sound, closer to the Teese in terms of quack! And we are talking about a $110 pedal! You have to understand, I've never really liked mass market wahs in the past, at least the ones I played after my original Vox from 1968. I like this one a lot. It isn't perfect; the bypass switch pops a bit (anyone know how to fix this?), but I do like the tone.