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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Big_Bend, Jan 14, 2021.
+ Shaft and papa was a rolling stone.
Ty Tabor tearing it up with his Jelly Jam project.
Presence of the Lord - Blind Faith (Eric Clapton)
For some extremely UN-subtle wah, may I present-
I can't believe it! No one mentioned Zappa, the guy who turned Hendrix on to the Wah. You just gotta listen to Frank use the pedal on lots of his songs. I have a favorite album, not a song, "Apostrophe" that features fantastic use of the wah. Gotta include Zappa, just gotta.
Jerry Cantrell - Man in the Box
Kirk Hammett - Enter Sandman
Dime - A New Level
Tom Morello (Audioslave) - Like a Stone
Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs
Forgot Clapton/Cream - White Room
My favorite wah solo ever. With a Tele no less.
Jeff Beck - Sweet Surrender.
My all time favorites are Tales of Brave Ulysses by Cteam and Voodoo Child by Jimi Hendrix.
My favorite on my band’s current song list is Lie To Me by Johnny Lang
The master of slide Wah
About 10 seconds after somebody, yours truly included, turns on the wah pedal, I start wishing they'd turn the d----d thing off. Not sure why I feel this way. Seems like a cheap trick maybe. To me a volume pedal is much more expressive (and I'm too lazy to master the pinky volume roll).
How Many More Times. LZ.
This guy did some slide Wah too
Is this wah?
You beat me to it . Well played .
Steven Stills / Season of the Witch