Who makes a really small Wah?

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  1. Rod

    Rod Tone is Paramount Silver Supporting Member

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    I don't have much room on my PT3 but would love a good sounding Wah.. Does anyone make a really small one that's good quality?
     
  2. Bman20

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    Dunlop released the mini cry baby at namm
     
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    Hotone and Mooer.
     
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    Morley has the mini wah. I use the mini wah/volume and it's typical Morley tone. Also have the Chi-wah-wah you could check out. The use is a bit unconventional but I use my Harmonist in whammy mode in that manner too.
     
  5. trower

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    Yup...this is probably what you want if you want small.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tj48b0NVXMo

    Xotic is also coming out with this larger than the above but smaller that a traditional Wah, but look-out! it's pricey;
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srs1XpBcw20

    The good thing about these is they are still traditional wah's in smaller enclosures...not optical types.
     
  6. RockDebris

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    I have the AMT Wah. Sounds good, no cleaning required, bypasses well. Fair warning though, if you are placing this on a pedal board thinking that it'll be on the bottom (closest) row with another pedal above it in the top row, that doesn't work very well. You can't play these with your toes, you have to put your heel near the bottom of the pedal, which means a big portion of your foot will be sticking over the top and will hit any pedal you have up there. In the upper row, it works well.
     
  7. vintage66

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    I was thinking this same thing. One solution might be to actually remove it once you get to the gig using a longer cable and setting it next to the board. Not as convenient as leaving it on there but more convenient than having to carry a full size wah separately or having it take up twice the space (one less pedal on your board).
     
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    AMT wah or Dunlop Crybaby mini
     
  9. per erik

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    Xotic makes a tiny and exellent wha pedal!
     

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