I use the Menatone Mail Bomb whenever I need a bit of Jerry Garcia-funk coming out of the amp. Its not a clone of the famed Mutron, but it does a very passable imitation when needed. It can also be set up like a standard autowah as well.
A number of cool options -- old Mutron, Zvex Seek-Wah, among others. Another thing, you could try out a Line 6 M9 or M5. They have models of both of those pedals and some others that, if you're into making weird sounds, are a lot of fun to mess around with.
The Seek-Wah is extremely cool.
“Life has got a habit of not standing hitched. You got to ride it like you find it. You got to change with it. If a day goes by that don't change some of your old notions for new ones, that is just about like trying to milk a dead cow.”
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The Digitech Synth Wah is pretty cool. I've had one on my board for about a year and really dig the flexibility of the unit. You get auto wah, envelope, filter and some early monophonic synth sounds too. The filter sounds are pretty cool - give you a vowel-like tone. It tends to add quite a bit of gain to your signal though and needs to be up front in the chain:
I have a Guyatone micro wah - pretty good for funky stuff. I mostly use a Keeley Nova Wah these days. Its better for lead sounds, doesn't do the funky chords or cry baby very well, its more like a wah set in the sweet spot and left there ala Shenker.
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