Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: Cincinnati, OH USA
What I did for several years was use both a 95Q and Bad Horsie together. I use a lot of wah in the band I'm in now (a hybrid hard rock/funk band). I think the 95Q (like most Crybaby wahs) excels at clean tones for funk, but doesn't have a lot of edge to it. I prefered the Bad Horsie for distorted leads and soloing--it just seemed to cut through large amounts of distortion better. Although having 2 wahs was a little more $ and effort, the flexibility was amazing (and pretty easy to use, since both were switchless).
That said, if you primarily use wah with distortion, you may want to consider the Bad Horsie and Bad Horsie II (which my bandmate uses). Since the Bad Horsie II has a footswitch to adjust the contour, it actually does a pretty good job of balancing clean "clickity-click" wah with distorted "I need to cut through the mix now" wah.