Question about Bad Horsie Wah

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SRVoodoo
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Is there a secret setting besides the "wah off delay"?
I ask because when MY wah shuts off, I can definately hear a difference. Like I can hear it switch from Bass to "normal".
I never hear that when Steve uses it.
so again I ask, is there another setting to mess with?
And does anyone know how Steve's is set?
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sounds like you need to adjust the delay inside the wah. you can adjust the time that it takes to engage and disengage. yours sounds like it is set too ong
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Thanks but mine is already set for "instant off"
I'm thinking that maybe I need to set it for a slightly longer delay.
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I think you will always hear that, as it is usual, that you have a more bassy sound when the wah is down. Also, why should you hear it, when Steve plays, if he knows how to handle it ;)
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Yeah exactly!
When Steve uses it you can't tell when it actually shuts off!
I want to know HOW to do THAT :mrgreen:
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you just gotta learn to tame that bad horsie :twisted:
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hmm, Morley says, the factory setting was Steves favourite. I thought it was about 1-1,5 seconds or something. I never felt like adjusting it.

What point do you mean, if you talk about you can´t hear if it´s turned off? I think he will make a break while it turns off.
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