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Teese Picture or Supa-Quack??????

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Melodic Dreamer, Jul 12, 2006.

  1. Melodic Dreamer

    Melodic Dreamer Member

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    Which would be better for that Voodoo Chile wah? You know, that real vintage vocal growl. I want enough wah though that it will sound good when playing with dirt as well. (Not so much metal, but Landau/Henderson dirt).
     
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    JKoeth Supporting Member

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    Ditto. I owned a Pic wah and loved it until I got the Supa (which replaced it).

    Scotty is a genius.
     
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    Melodic Dreamer Member

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    Any other clips of this wah anywhere? Fat back makes a lot of things sound good.
     
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    EXP Supporting Member

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    + 1. as close as you can get to a vintage Clyde McCoy without spending ebay prices.
     
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    Fatbacks clips are true to what it sounds like. Regardless of the great playing. Just order one!!
     
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    Where can you order one, and how much?
     
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    PM The Pedal Nazi

    The prices vary because Scotty uses vitage cases and components.
     
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    Jkoeth how do you like the Juicebox? Is it worth the extra money compared to a pedal power? Thanks for the info by the way.
     
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    Is Scotty's wah TB? Or a exact replica of those vintage wahs?
     
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    For me, Picture Wah is the ultimate. I've never played or heard one better.
     
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    Is the Supa quack still being made? Can`t seem to find it anywhere.
     
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    the_Chris It's All Been Done Before Gold Supporting Member

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    It's a custom order, always has been :) Scotty is the man, his Supa Quack ended my wah search and I'm a dedicated Pro Analog user now :AOK

    I'm waiting on a Power Driver that should be arriving very soon in the mail, can't wait :dude
     
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    I have both, and the supa quack is definitely the one to choose for the vintage wah sounds. The pic wah is nice too, but it has it's own voice. I have both and I like switching between the two :).
     
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    Let me know if you decide to sell the Pic. :AOK
     
  17. Melodic Dreamer

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    Is it around the $200 or $300 mark?
     
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    The Supa will be in the $300 or more range. It depends on the case. PM The Pedal Nazi for details.
     
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    Jkoeth is right I think regarding the price. Basically, Scotty would be rich as hell if there was any way he could make a production version of the Supa. But unfortunately the parts are just too rare.
     
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    The important thing is, IT'S WORTH IT! It has a beautiful sound clean and it EATS pedals alive. I couldn't believe it.
     

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