That's a good question, he uses a wah-wah during the receding parts of his notes...but you wont get the exact same sound as he does it without a wah-wah. but the best thing you can do to get it close… Full Answer
I think you mean "what is a wah wah pedal?". There is an accessory which is a pedal for guitar. You rock it back and forth and what results resembles the sound of exactly that, wah wah. It is made… Full Answer
The Fasel inductor is an electronic component inside the Wah Wah pedal that gives that real cool low end growl and wide sweeping depth to the Wah as heard in Hendrix's "Rainy Day, Dream Away". The Wah with the non-Fasel… Full Answer
yes. you can use a wah wah pedal on a semi-hollow guitar and any other electrical instrument with a 1/4 output jack/cord, such as a digital piano, microphone, electric bass guitar, electric violin, etc.
Dunlop Crybaby is a Wah Wah pedal used for rock guitars. It was first introduced in 1966 by Thomas Organ Company. The famous names who used and still using Wah Wah Crybaby pedals were Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton. Dunlop… Full Answer
Boom Chicka Wah Wah was used in a Lynx commercial and an Axe commercial. It is also used to describe how "hot" someone is, usually with a dance or swaying of the hips. The "Wah-wah" probably originated with the Wah… Full Answer
The use of a wah pedal, or any other effect pedal usually associated with electric guitar on an acoustic/electric is interesting. This will work and good examples exist. Jack Conte shows in this video song, great textures created with an… Full Answer
how to use the slider....when a long note is played, notes you would usually use the whammy bar with, tap the note on the slider bar, and go back and forth on the bar, and it'll make a wah-wah sound(EX:cry… Full Answer