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"Wah"t pedal?

Discussion in 'Theocracy' started by Treadplate, Mar 16, 2017.

  1. Treadplate

    Treadplate New Metal Member

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    I'm a recent Theocracy fan and I love what they are doing!

    I'm also a guitarist and wanted to know what wah pedal Val is using on Ghost Ship (I.e. Wishing Well solo)? I'm not usually a wah fan - they are too shrill for me, but I love the wah tone Val gets!

    Is he still using the Line 6 Bogner amps? With all of the Mark IV videos I've seen of Matt on YouTube I thought he was a Boogie guy. I read somewhere else on here he's more of a Marshall fan. Could have sworn I was hearing a Boogie on AtWB and Ghost Ship.
     
  2. Val Allen Wood

    Val Allen Wood Theocracy Guitarist

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    Thanks for the kind words! I actually just use a basic original crybaby wah. They have the best natural sound to me! You just have to be careful not to use too much gain when using them or the gain will literally drown the wah effect out and bury it. As far as amps go I've been using the Boogie JP2C lately but I prefer the JVM Marshall! On ATWB we used a combo between the JVM and the Dimebag Krank amp with a touch of Maxon Overdrive! The Ghost ship album was similar but with a few amp variations!
     
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    Val Allen Wood Theocracy Guitarist

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    ...& to answer your question I stopped using the Line 6 Bogner back in 2010! :)
     

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