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I have a Bad Horsie 2 and I have been offered a George Lynch in exchange for another pedal.

Which of the two do you prefer?
Is there any significant sound difference?

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Dutch people say the coolest shit. :metal:

I have a BH2 as well, and I like it, though I've never played the lynch pedal.
 

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Back on topic.
Anything on the George Lynch wah?
 

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Back on topic.
Anything on the George Lynch wah?
I'm quite interested in this, too. It's optimized to "work best with high gain," telling me that perhaps it has... a narrow Q? Something special about the frequency response.

Loomis sounded great when he was abusing his wah - it was a very clear and distinct wah tone, something I couldn't get when running high gain with a Dunlop Classic Wah or whatever they call those.

I was hoping to model the Lynch wah in the Axe-Fx.
 

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I have the Morley Tremonti Wah. Not a fan of Mark at all, but the wah kicks ass. I like it better than the BH2. Haven't tried the Lynch.
 

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Everyone seems to be talking about this AxeFX...
Why?
What have tubeamps done wrong?
 

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If only I could somehow combine the sweep range of a dunlop, with the tone of my morley I would actually use a wah. :lol: I haven't used many but I've tried dunlop original, and optical bass wah, and currently use a morley classic wah. I love how the morley sounds in most positions, but put the pedal all the way back and it takes away all your volume and gain, all the way forward and its a bit to nasaly. The sweep range on the two dunlops were right, but they just didn't sound good to me. I really need to try a RMC or something, I just haven't found a wah that's right for me I guess.
 

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If you like the tone of a Morley, but not the sweep, then go grab a Bad Horsie 2. It has the adjustable Q and volume knob, so you can dial it in the exact way you want.

Having said that, I have an RMC Wheels of Fire, and it is why my BH2 sits in my basement collecting dust.
 
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