#1
probably a stupid question but...
i just got a new crybaby a few days ago. i tried it out using it with a 9 volt adapter from another pedal i have and it seemed to work fine, but someone told me that your not supposed to use adapters that arent made for that specific pedal. it does mention a specific adapter in the instructions for the wah pedal, but i just figured they were all the same as long as its a 9 volt.
so do i really need to get the one dunlop made or can i just any kind of 9 volt adapter?
#2
any 9V will do. 200mA and up.
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#3
as long as it's center-negative, it should work. it did work, so i'm assuming it was center-negative, so....shouldn't be a problem. does the tone change at all when you use the adapter?
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Dunlop 535Q Crybaby Wah
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EHX Russian Big Muff Pi
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#4
The 1 Spot adapters by Visual Sound are great...

I bought one yesterday for my Ibanez SM7. It's finally great not having to worry about batteries dieing and having to unplug the leads from my pedal.
#5
It's just bollocks to try and make you buy Dunlop's overpriced adapters, of course they'd say that. I use a cheap 9V centre-negative with a daisy chain to power 4 pedals, no problem.